Another electric Formula 1 weekend has come and gone, leaving us with fond memories of the races. As with every Singapore Grand Prix, every year sees ground-breaking records at the races and a gamut of glam parties where celebrities, artists and society elites rub shoulders. Some of our Prestige followers were out and about soaking in and even in the throes of all the action, sharing plenty of Instagram snaps all weekend.
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1. Angelique Teo basked in the F1 weekend
Decked in the signature Jo Kilda jumpsuit (a classic number spotted on local celebrities and movers and shakers), the celebrity host hit backstage of Amber Lounge. Teo was kept busy all weekend, hosting the Renault Sport F1 Showcase on Friday.
2. Yuey Tan bagged a win
Race car driver Yuey Tan did Singapore proud by scoring P1 for Round 8 in the Carrera Cup Asia Pro Am.
3. Claire Jedrek celebrates her husband’s win
Watching by the sidelines, Tan’s wife and race car driver Claire Jedrek describes the “hairy moments” where Yuey’s “tyre pressures peaked…with [the] rear end of his [car] sliding every corner”.
A cause for celebration, she danced up a storm at the Podium Lounge on Sunday.
3. Dr Adrian volunteered with the Formula 1 trackside marshall team
Marking his 11th year in the pitlane, Dr Adrian Ng once again tirelessly volunteered with the F1 trackside medical team and thanked his fellow-marshals for the “smashing experience”. We’re sure he’ll be back on the circuit for the next one.
4. Glen Keith partied with the Crazy Rich Asians
Over at Amber Lounge, Glen Keith took celebrations up a notch with local Crazy Rich Asians stars Fiona Xie and Constance Lau.
5. Society elites hit up the Roger Dubuis x Lamborghini party
JeweLuxe founder Angela Loh and Tan Min-Li got frocked up and fabulous with their glamourous friends at the Roger Dubuis and Lamborghini F1 finale party party at Italian restaurant Forlino.
7. It was a family affair for Paige Parker and Dr Karen Soh
For many, the ‘F’ in F1 stands for family. Paige Parker brought her teenage daughter to the Singapore Grand Prix, basking in the atmosphere with the race-themed activities over at the F1 Pit Building.
Likewise, for Privé Clinic’s Dr Karen Soh, the weekend was made complete with ringside seats to all the action. Pictured is her son Luke waiting for the night to kick off.