The European season is over as F1 heads to Singapore
Singapore Grand Prix 2018
Winner: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
Singapore Grand Prix 2019 Schedule
Friday 20th September
16:30 – 18:00: Formula 1 First Practice Session
20:30 – 22:00 Formula 1 – Second Practice Session
Saturday 21st September
18:00 – 19:00 Formula 1 – Third Practice Session
21:00 – 22:00 Formula 1 – Qualifying Session
Sunday 22nd September
18:30 – 19:00 Formula 1 – Drivers’ Track Parade
20:10 – 22:10 Formula 1 – F1 SINGAPORE AIRLINES SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX 2019
Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton are the only two drivers with pole experience in Singapore. Hamilton, has won the last two races in Singapore. Currently, the Brit driver holds a 63-points lead over teammate Valtteri Bottas.
Red Bull’s strengths are again expected to shine through, though it remains unclear whether Ferrari has closed the gap despite Charles Leclerc’s wins in Belgium and Italy.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes his team is still the one to beat this weekend in Singapore.
“For a long time, Singapore used to be one of our weakest tracks, but we’ve made some inroads into that and performed well last year,” Wolff said.
“However, there are no home runs at a track like Singapore … we take absolutely nothing for granted in our approach to the weekend.
“We are looking forward to a tough battle.”
Singapore Circuit – Marina Bay
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— Formula 1 (@F1) September 18, 2019
Marina Bay, Singapore is a downtown street track. Singapore Grand Prix will be taking place at night here so it will make for an amazing spectacle.
The Singapore circuit gives drivers opportunities to overtake. The best opportunity comes into Turn 7, where drivers have been at full throttle for a relatively long spell with only the right-handed kink at Turn 6 to contend with.
Circuit Location: The Marina Street Bay Circuit, Singapore
Most Wins: Lewis Hamilton (4) Sebastian Vettel (4)
Lap Record: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes – 1:36.015
Number of racing laps:
Track length: 5.063 km
Race distance: 308.706 km
F1 Standings – so far (prior to Singapore GP):
L. Hamilton, Mercedes
V. Bottas, Mercedes
M. Verstappen, Red Bull
C. Leclerc, Ferrari
S. Vettel, Ferrari
Singapore Grand Prix Betting Odds
A repeat of Lewis Hamilton’s ‘magic lap’ from last year seems probable.
Max Verstappen has been on the front row at Marina Bay for the past two years. If Honda’s Spec 4 engine can give him the power to challenge the Mercedes in his RB15, we’d predict a Q3 shoot-out between Verstappen and Hamilton.
*Odds are subject to change. Find the latest Formula 1 Grand Prix odds here on Yobetit.com