Formula 1 drivers are hopeful the removal of four corners from the Singapore Grand Prix circuit will make for a more exciting race.
Formula 1 teams expect lap times will fall by 10 seconds at this weekend Singapore Grand Prix due to changes to the circuit.
The Singapore Grand Prix promoters have confirmed details of the changes to the track for next year’s race, which will make lap times considerably quicker.
The Singapore Grand Prix track layout will change next year and again in subsequent seasons when a new stadium section is completed.
Three sections of Singapore’s Marina Bay circuit have been resurfaced for Formula 1’s return to the venue this weekend following a three-year absence.
Formula 1 has cancelled three races as a result of the pandemic. The grands prix at Azerbaijan, Suzuka and Singapore not go ahead this year.
In the round-up: Singapore Grand Prix won’t be held behind closed doors • Further rumours of Alonso-Renault deal • Driving for midfield team ‘the worst thing Vettel can do’
A four-corner stretch of Singapore’s Marina Bay circuit could be altered for future races due to planned construction work in the city.
In the round-up: Fans ‘bribed their way onto track’ • Caveat over Renault equality – McLaren • Aitken has first F1 test
Formula One had announced the Singapore Grand Prix will remain on the calendar for the next four years.
In the round-up: Singapore won’t drop F1 after 2017 – Ecclestone • Honda will improve – Sauber • Massa ‘did Bottas a favour twice’
The alterations to the Marina Bay circuit in Singapore have drawn mixed reactions from drivers ahead of today’s race.
The Singapore Grand Prix track layout has been revised in an attempt to aid overtaking around the tight street circuit.
Singapore has extended its Grand Prix contract by five years but is considering revising its F1 track. How should it be changed?
The Singapore Grand Prix is set to remain on the F1 calendar after Bernie Ecclestone and the race promoters agreed terms for a contract extension.
In today’s round-up: competition from Singapore is a concern for the Malaysian GP organisers.
F1 Fanatic reader Wei Jian worked as a track marshal during the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. He tells us about his experience recovering cars and reveals some interesting facts about marshalling. Almost a thousand trackside and non-trackside volunteers were on hand to help the Singapore Grand Prix run smoothly. I was one of them, stationed … Continue reading Behind the scenes with a track marshal at the Singapore Grand Prix
The operators of the Singapore Marina Bay circuit, which held F1’s first night race last year, have revealed they are making changes to the track for 2009. What would you change about Singapore’s street track? Would you leave it the way it is? Here’s what I think needs fixing – and what doesn’t.
Turn 10 on the Singapore track is causing some concern among the F1 drivers. Several of them have criticised the high kerbs on the corner. Felipe Massa has an unusual name for them: The kerbs are like little tortoises and if you get something wrong you wreck the car. As mentioned in the Sinagpore track … Continue reading F1 drivers largely happy with the Singapore track, apart from the tortoises
Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo is not looking forward to F1 racing at the new Singapore street circuit at night: The drivers are concentrating on what needs to be improved and on the next grand prix in Singapore. But I have the impression that it’s another track where you can’t overtake, Valencia-style. To go on … Continue reading Thoughts on Singapore’s F1 street track (2008 Singapore Grand Prix preview)