The Singapore Grand Prix is one of the most famous races on the calendar, for several reasons:
The Singapore Grand Prix offers a tight and twisty layout, with extremely tight corners and fast straights. The humid climate makes it even more challenging for drivers. The circuit demands precision and skill in a way that very few circuits do. With the added bonus of the stunning Singapore skyline.
Going into this race, Max is 145 points ahead of his teammate in the Drivers’ Championship, and Red Bull Racing is a whopping 310 points ahead of Mercedes in the Constructors’ Championship. While Ferrari has finally taken over Aston Martin for P3 in the standings, will they make it stick? Or will Ferrari’s strategy be the cause of their downfall, again?
Among all this, no positive news yet on Daniel Ricciardo’s return as he recovers from a hand injury. Hopefully, we’ll hear soon. But all eyes on the Red Bull garage this time, to see what they have up their sleeve.
Make sure you check the schedule as there are performances across the three days, before and after the on-track action.
See you at the races!