Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
The track was drying out as practice began.
The Red Bulls were flying but Max Verstappen consistently had a few hundredths of a second in hand over Daniel Ricciardo during qualifying.
Verstappen claimed a place on the front row but Sebastian Vettel denied him the chance to become F1’s first teenage pole-sitter.
Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen
When Kimi Raikkonen made a flying start the trio found themselves on a spectacular collision course. Fernando Alonso’s car was hit during the carnage.
McLaren team members took photographs of Alonso’s sidepod as he passed through the pits during a Safety Car period in order to assess the extent of the damage.
Smoke and sparks: Lewis Hamilton pressed on in the lead after his major rivals had been eliminated.
The Safety Car made a total of three appearances, the final coming after Marcus Ericsson left his Sauber pointing the wrong way on the Andersen bridge.
Hamilton’s third consecutive win came at a track where Mercedes had been expected to struggle, making his triumph all the sweeter.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Marco Matassa
Carlos Sainz Jnr took his best-ever finish with fourth place for Toro Rosso in the first race following the confirmation he will drive for Renault next year.
A spectacular sign-off to Singapore’s tenth grand prix. During the weekend it confirmed it will continue to hold the race until at least 2021.
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