Singapore Grand Prix F1 Race info

Singapore Grand Prix info & wiki Singapore Grand Prix F1 Race Details
Grand Prix nr:16
Date:3rd of October 2021
Track:Singapore Circuit
Lap Distance:5.063 km
Total Laps:61
Distance:308.706 km
2021 Singapore Grand Prix F1 Event Timetable
Friday Oct. 1stpractice 1:
practice 2:
09:30 - 11:00
13:30 - 15:00
Saturday Oct. 2ndpractice 3:
qualifying:
11:00 - 12:00
14:00
Sunday Oct. 3rdF1 RACE:Startgrid 13:10 GMT
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Infographic

 

Singapore F1 Grand Prix Infographic

Infographic Singapore F1 Grand Prix

Podiums

 

Podiums Singapore F1 Grand Prix

YearCircuitDateDriverTeamLaps
2019Singapore CircuitSeptember 221th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th Monaco Charles Leclerc
3th Netherlands Max Verstappen
Italy Ferrari
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
61
61
61
2018Singapore CircuitSeptember 161th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Netherlands Max Verstappen
3th Germany Sebastian Vettel
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
Italy Ferrari
61
61
61
2017Singapore CircuitSeptember 171th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
3th Finland Valtteri Bottas
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
Germany Mercedes
58
58
58
2016Singapore CircuitSeptember 181th Germany Nico Rosberg
2th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
3th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
Germany Mercedes
61
61
61
2015Singapore CircuitSeptember 201th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
3th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
Italy Ferrari
61
61
61
2014Singapore CircuitSeptember 211th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Germany Sebastian Vettel
3th Australia Daniel Ricciardo
Germany Mercedes
Austria Red Bull
Austria Red Bull
60
60
60
2013Singapore CircuitSeptember 221th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th Spain Fernando Alonso
3th Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Austria Red Bull
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Lotus F1
61
61
61
2012Singapore CircuitSeptember 231th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th United Kingdom Jenson Button
3th Spain Fernando Alonso
Austria Red Bull
United Kingdom McLaren
Italy Ferrari
59
59
59
2011Singapore CircuitSeptember 251th Germany Sebastian Vettel
2th United Kingdom Jenson Button
3th Australia Mark Webber
Austria Red Bull
United Kingdom McLaren
Austria Red Bull
61
61
61
2010Singapore CircuitSeptember 261th Spain Fernando Alonso
2th Germany Sebastian Vettel
3th Australia Mark Webber
Italy Ferrari
Austria Red Bull
Austria Red Bull
61
61
61
2009Singapore CircuitSeptember 271th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
2th Germany Timo Glock
3th Spain Fernando Alonso
United Kingdom McLaren
Japan Toyota
France Renault
61
61
61
2008Singapore CircuitSeptember 281th Spain Fernando Alonso
2th Germany Nico Rosberg
3th United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
France Renault
United Kingdom Williams
United Kingdom McLaren
61
61
61

Driver Ranking

 

Driver Ranking Singapore F1 GP

DriverGP  1st  2nd  3rd  Pod  Pole  FL  Avg GridAvg PosPoints
1Germany Sebastian Vettel125218414.13.7195
2United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton124026422.87.1138
3Spain Fernando Alonso112125127.66.0110
4Germany Nico Rosberg91102105.16.783
5Australia Daniel Ricciardo90314029.28.879
6United Kingdom Jenson Button90202018.99.158
7Netherlands Max Verstappen50112004.07.645
8Monaco Charles Leclerc20101107.05.520
9Germany Timo Glock501010014.611.813
10Finland Kimi Räikkönen100022017.69.264
11Australia Mark Webber60022005.811.230
12Finland Valtteri Bottas70011008.08.747
13Mexico Sergio Pérez900000013.210.032
14Brazil Felipe Massa900001010.310.128
15United Kingdom Paul di Resta300000011.010.020
16Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.50000009.89.418
17Brazil Rubens Barrichello400000011.311.011
18Russian Federation Daniil Kvyat50000009.612.010
19Thailand Alexander Albon10000006.06.08
20United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer200000015.010.58
21France Jean-Eric Vergne300000013.313.38
22France Romain Grosjean800000011.913.68
23Germany Nico Hülkenberg900000110.712.98
24Poland Robert Kubica40000009.510.57
25Germany Adrian Sutil600000015.013.57
26United Kingdom Lando Norris10000009.07.06
27Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne200000013.59.56
28France Pierre Gasly200000013.010.54
29Canada Lance Stroll300000018.011.74
30Germany Nick Heidfeld300000014.314.33
31United Kingdom David Coulthard100000014.07.02
32Denmark Kevin Magnussen500000214.013.62
33Finland Heikki Kovalainen500000014.212.82
34Italy Antonio Giovinazzi100000010.010.01
35Brazil Felipe Nasr200000016.511.51
36Japan Kazuki Nakajima200000010.08.51
37France Esteban Ocon300000014.716.01
38United Kingdom Will Stevens100000019.015.00
39Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio100000022.018.00
40Netherlands Giedo van der Garde100000020.016.00
41Russian Federation Sergey Sirotkin100000019.019.00
42Spain Pedro de la Rosa100000024.017.00
43France Sébastien Bourdais100000017.012.00
44United States Alexander Rossi100000020.014.00
45Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr.100000016.020.00
46Brazil Lucas di Grassi100000020.015.00
47India Narain Karthikeyan100000023.023.00
48United Kingdom George Russell100000018.020.00
49New Zealand Brendon Hartley100000017.017.00
50Austria Christian Klien100000022.020.00
51Italy Giancarlo Fisichella200000018.513.50
52France Jules Bianchi200000020.017.00
53Germany Pascal Wehrlein200000019.514.00
54United Kingdom Max Chilton200000021.517.00
55France Charles Pic200000020.517.50
56Germany Michael Schumacher30000008.719.00
57Spain Jaime Alguersuari300000014.316.00
58Japan Kamui Kobayashi300000015.016.00
59Mexico Esteban Gutierrez300000012.314.30
60Switzerland Sébastien Buemi300000013.314.00
61Brazil Bruno Senna300000018.318.30
62Russian Federation Vitaly Petrov300000016.315.70
63Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi300000019.719.30
64Italy Jarno Trulli400000016.518.30
65Sweden Marcus Ericsson500000017.613.80
66Venezuela Pastor Maldonado500000013.813.60

Team Ranking

 

Team Ranking Singapore F1 GP

TeamGP  1st  2nd  3rd  Pod  Pole  FL  Avg GridAvg PosPoints
1Germany Mercedes104024324.97.5224
2Austria Red Bull1236410234.25.9282
3Italy Ferrari123236526.76.9234
4United Kingdom McLaren121214217.810.0111
5France Renault810120113.111.338
6United Kingdom Williams1201010012.312.342
7Japan Toyota20101009.58.513
8United Kingdom Lotus F1400110012.310.929
9India Force India1000000113.812.356
10Italy Toro Rosso1200000012.312.738
11United Kingdom Brawn100000010.05.57
12Switzerland Sauber800000015.212.87
13Switzerland BMW Sauber300000010.713.84
14United States Haas400000214.013.42
15Switzerland Alfa Romeo100000011.014.01
16Japan Honda100000015.014.00
17United Kingdom Racing Point200000011.817.00
18United Kingdom Virgin Racing200000020.318.50
19Spain HRT300000023.220.20
20United Kingdom Caterham500000019.917.90
21United Kingdom Manor500000020.615.90

History

Singapore Grand Prix History


2008 Renault RS28 driven by Fernando Alonso who won in Singapore

2008 Renault RS28 driven by Fernando Alonso who won in Singapore

When Formula One rolled up in Marina Bay in 2008, few could imagine how that famous weekend would change the sport for good and start a new era.

The first ever night race was a spectacular event. Sport is said to be a better experience at night, as the artificial light theatrically illuminates every inch and detail.

There is something fresh and exciting about it. And Formula One turned glitz and glamour into an extravagant night-time party.

The atmosphere was more electric, and the racing appeared more dramatic. Formula One comes alive at night. Something stirs inside the drivers. The racing never comes across as dull.

Singapore A pioneer that has changed F1Take the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix. An event that is regularly criticised for being tedious, produced arguably the best race of the season after the sun went down.

Bahrain joined Singapore and Abu Dhabi as night races. As the calendar expands so does the potential for nocturnal racing. We, the fans, want more and that is very important.

A backdrop of city skyscrapers is in vogue in Formula One, and it stems from the spectacular Marina Bay setting.

The 5km circuit isn’t just aesthetically pleasing, it’s a unique challenge which Lewis Hamiltononce described as “twice as hard as Monaco”. In an age where modern circuits are boring, repetitive and simple to drive; Singapore has produced a track which challenges everyone.

For a street circuit, it is very wide but it has the bumpy and twisty features which are essential. Overtaking is possible but difficult.

Only the bravest and the best can make moves stick. Unlike the procession at Monaco, Singapore offers the potential of high-energy thrilling races.

Sebastian Vettel is the king of the bay, having won three years in a row. Singapore has often been the first of a series of races that favour the German, but he might find that harder now that the rules have changed and Red Bull are no longer dominant.

Singapore A pioneer that has changed F1

In 2010, a gripping race saw Vettel chase Fernando Alonso all night, only to just fall short.

That encouraging race gave Vettel the confidence he needed to go on and win his first of four straight championships.

But Singapore has been the scene of negativity too. In the country’s first race,Renault fixed the event so that Fernando Alonso could win.

The Spaniard was unaware that his team-mate, Nelson Piquet Jnr, deliberately crashed so that a safety car would favour Alonso, who would go and win the race.

Alonso is, along with Vettel and Hamilton, one of just three drivers who have won around the twisty track. Although that could expand now that the new rules are in place.

The Singapore Grand Prix is a key fixture on the F1 calendar, and will remain until at least 2017. However, the legacy is has created will remain for much longer.

The Singapore circuit is also called Marina Bay street circuit and is drawn in the heart of down town Singapore for the Singapore Grand Prix.

News

 

Latest Singapore Grand Prix News


Imola to replace Paul Ricard track on next season's calendar?

Sep.24 - Imola looks set to nudge Paul Ricard off the Formula 1 calendar. Early this week, a leaked version of the purported 2022 race calendar emerged, and it showed that one..

September 24, 2021 with 5 Comments

More events now risk being cancelled due to new covid measures

Jun.8 - Alternative race hosts are lining up for potentially vacant spots on the 2021 Formula 1 calendar. Singapore's 2021 race is the latest casualty of the ongoing covid crisis,..

June 8, 2021 with 5 Comments

Second US GP can replace cancelled Singapore event

Jun.5 - Formula 1 says it is weighing up "several options" to replace the newly-axed 2021 Singapore GP. Singapore promoter Colin Syn said organisers had no choice but to cancel..

June 5, 2021 with 0 Comments

F1 Update on 2020 Corona Calendar Schedule

Formula 1 has issued an update regarding the calendar for the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship. The FIA fully supports the ongoing efforts to ensure that the highest level..

June 13, 2020 with 1 Comment

Lewis Hamilton Calls Singapore Circuit 'Boring'

Lewis Hamilton has suggested that the Singapore circuit is a bit boring and could use a tight hairpin to liven things up,” per Motorsport.com. Hamilton wasn’t all that pleased..

September 28, 2019 with 0 Comments

Abiteboul criticises FIA over penalty

Cyril Abiteboul has accused the FIA of being inconsistent about how it hands out penalties for sporting and technical infractions. In 2019, the tendency to penalise every on-track..

September 27, 2019 with 3 Comments

McLaren Unboxed: A Night's Tale at Singapore

Mclaren  had their ups and downs but, on balance, after a couple of disappointing grands prix, head to Russia back on track and with the glass definitely half full. Please share..

September 26, 2019 with 0 Comments

Mercedes 2019 Singapore F1 GP Debrief Video

Andrew Shovlin, Mercedes F1 Team Trackside Engineering Director, tackles your Singapore F1 GP questions - from why they went for the overcut, to how we analyse a difficult race.....

September 26, 2019 with 0 Comments

Peter Windsor: What happened to Red Bull in Singapore?

Peter Windsor looks back at Max Verstappen's P3 in the Singapore GP. Quick enough to beat the two Mercedes, Max nonetheless finished behind the two Ferraris. Were they super-quick..

September 25, 2019 with 0 Comments

Hamilton warns he could lose 2019 title

Lewis Hamilton has warned Mercedes that he risks not winning the 2019 world championship. The Briton's championship lead is actually huge -- 96 points on Charles Leclerc and 102..

September 24, 2019 with 22 Comments

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