Singapore grand prix is 50C race that pushes drivers to the limit

Singapore grand prix is 50C race that pushes drivers to the limit

Singapore grand prix is 50C race that pushes drivers to the limit

Yes, Formula One is in Singapore and at the Marina Bay circuit for the 14th race of the 2017 season.

In 2015, the average was 87,000 and the highest was 100,000 in 2008 when the first Singapore Grand Prix was hosted.

"Singapore is new territory for me, but I don't mind that at all", he says in Williams' race preview.

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo holds the single lap record in-race in Singapore and was a standout on the first day of practice. The race is on Sunday, Sept. 17, at 8 a.m. ET, and NBCSN's pre-race live coverage will start at 7 a.m. ET.

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From next year, Singapore will be the sole stop that Formula One makes in Southeast Asia, as next month's Malaysian Grand Prix is to be the last. The Australian has never won the race, however, with Nico Rosberg, Sebastian Vettel and Hamilton splitting the last three editions.

Lewis Hamilton will put his slender championship lead on the line on Sunday as the Formula 1 circus will race under the lights of the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. Vettel has four wins this year with five runner-up finishes.

Sergio Perez is another driver to look out for - he has finished in the points on each of his six visits to Singapore. Mercedes now lead Ferrari by 62 points - and this weekend represents a great chance for Ferrari, who undoubtedly hold the upper hand in Singapore - to close the gap on the Silver Arrows. During the race, Ricciardo stormed through the field, making up 11 positions on the way to a sensational fourth place finish.

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