The Singapore Grand Prix track layout will change next year and again in subsequent seasons when a new stadium section is completed.
Beitske Visser won her first race of 2022 in Singapore and closed the gap to championship leader Jamie Chadwick, who crashed out in the final laps.
Alpine’s Singapore GP upgrade package includes a new floor that they hope will return them to their previous form after not scoring at Monza
The Singapore Grand Prix will remain on the F1 calendar until at least the 2028 season after event organisers signed a seven-year extension with Formula 1.
Having held its first Grand Prix Singapore is adjusting to having grandstands and other racing construction dotted around its harbour front all year long. One fan took a look around the track to see what evidence he could find of the night race that captivated out attention two months ago. Here are some of his … Continue reading Singapore after the Grand Prix (pictures)
Frank Williams joined the chorus of approval for last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix: It has a good chance of challenging Monaco for being the jewel in the crown of Formula One. That is the most accurate thing to say. They have great weather, a very good track, and the grandstands packed. I think there is … Continue reading Does Bernie Ecclestone want the Singapore GP to be the new Monaco?
I wrote at length about a revealing interview Max Mosley gave recently in which he made this remark: It’s a far more credible championship [calendar] than it was 20 years ago. That’s Mosley’s verdict on the modern Formula 1 calendar. Have a look at how the 2008 F1 calendar compares with the 1988 schedule and … Continue reading 2008 F1 calendar ‘more credible’ than 20 years ago?
The debates have raged all year long on F1 Fanatic. Here’s a few more of my favourites including the raging row over Lewis Hamilton’s controversial restart via the crane at the Nurburgring plus thoughts on street tracks, rookie drivers and ugly F1 cars…