F1 Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore Grand Prix is one of the most iconic Formula One races in Asia. The Singapore GP takes place on the Marina Bay Street Circuit and is the inaugural night race and first street circuit in Asia.

This Formula 1 Grand Prix race is known as one of the most difficult and at least one safety car has been involved in every edition since 2008.

Race Information

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  • Course: Marina Bay Street Circuit.
  • Location:  Downtown Core and Kallang, Singapore
  • Course Length: 3.146 miles (5.063 kilometers)
  • Distance: 61 laps, 191.821 miles (308.706 kilometers)
  • Date:

Circuit Information

The Marina Bay Street Circuit is challenging and originally drew criticism from drivers mainly for being excessively bumpy. But in 2022, the track’s asphalt has been improved to ease the porpoising effects on the vehicles.

The track was famous for the “Singapore Sling”, a Turn 10 chicane, but it has since been removed and replaced with a single-apex-left-hand bend. This increased the corner entry speed and TecPro barriers were added to improve safety.

Singapore GP

2022 Schedule

Current F1 Standings- 2022 Season

History of Singapore Grand Prix

The Singapore GP has roots as far back as 1961. The race was organized as the Orient Year Grand Prix at the Thomson Road Grand Prix Circuit. It was renamed the Singapore Grand Prix in 1966 and 2008, the course officially joined F1. Fernando Alonso of Renault won the race.

The course has seen plenty of renowned duels particularly when Ferrari and Mercedes outdid each other in the F1 standings. As of 2022, Ferrari and Mercedes are tied with four wins apiece. Among the drivers, Sebastian Vettel holds the record for most wins in Singapore with five while Lewis Hamilton is in second with four.

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