The world of Formula One has arrived at Madame Tussauds Singapore, with a major new interactive visitor attraction.
Ahead of this year’s Singapore Grand Prix, which is due to return to the city’s streets in September, Madame Tussauds Singapore is has launched a new “F1 Experience” that harnesses virtual reality technology.
The new attraction includes two F1 cars – one Mercedes and one Ferrari – which are installed with VR technology and a motion seat system to offer visitors a full multi-sensory F1 experience.
“Stand toe-to-toe with Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel and check out the competition via the live stream on the TV screens. This is the first F1 Experience opened by Madame Tussauds worldwide and one not to be missed,” the attraction said in a statement.
Other sports stars currently on display at Madame Tussauds Singapore include Cristiano Ronaldo, Muhammad Ali and Serena Williams.