When did the world of racing get so boring?

It’s a question you can’t really answer with any precision but it is the sort of thing that comes with the territory.

The world of track-day is an exciting place, but it can also be a very dull place, especially when you are racing in the most exciting and glamorous sport on earth.

It’s a world that has a lot to offer.

The last time we ran our inaugural race in Singapore, we set a new lap record, beating the previous record by almost 40 seconds.

We finished fifth, but we also won our second race, taking home the prize of our sport’s greatest honour, the F1 Grand Prix.

This time we are competing against some of the world’s best drivers and, as a result, a different kind of race.

The rules are simple.

All drivers and their team mates will get a race day pass.

This is for three reasons: to get the best out of each other and to give each other an opportunity to improve.

There is no such thing as a perfect day, but there are some things you can do to help your team to prepare for tomorrow.

Firstly, we are racing the race on a Saturday.

That means you will have a lot more time to relax and relax on the track.

Second, there are no weather restrictions in Singapore.

There are also no weather limits at all.

The weather here is so unpredictable, it’s possible to have the race day in the middle of nowhere, with temperatures dropping to the freezing point.

Third, it is a one-day race.

There is no time limit on qualifying and you can drive as much as you want in your cars.

And finally, Singapore is a track that is ideal for us to race on.

The race is scheduled to start at 2.30pm local time (4.30am GMT) on Sunday, the same time that the Singapore Grand Prix will start.

If you want to get in early to catch the action, there is a good chance you can get your race pass on race day.

You can book your ticket on the website www.sph.sg/event/sphf1.php and you will need to pay your own way.

You will also need to book your seat on the bus, which will cost about $8 per person.

The race starts at 5.00am (8am GMT), so you will not need to do anything extra.

There are two options: race day passes are sold for about $35, which is good for those who are only planning to do one race day or race day tickets for $75, which gives you three races.

Alternatively, if you want a ticket for both races, you can buy both tickets for about the same price.

Race day tickets are sold separately, so you can choose between one race ticket for each race.

Race day passes can also include two tickets to the Singapore GP and a seat in the bus.

There are also two options to race in the race bus: you can either buy a race ticket and get your seat in one of the race buses, or you can just pay the race fee for the race and buy a ticket and sit in one bus.

This article originally appeared on The Straits Times.