Grand Prix

Singapore Grand Prix



city
Singapore
Circuit length
5.063 km
rounds count
61
fastest lap
1:46.458

Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix

Sweltering hot and high humidity: two things that make the Singapore Grand Prix the most difficult of the year for drivers. The drivers and pit crew will be trying to cool down often, and it's a welcome relief to have the event take place at night. On the Marina Bay Street Circuit, drivers are pushed to their limits. Trying not to cause a safety car is a big focus. That is the challenge of Singapore!

F1 Standings

Pos.NameTeamRoundsTimePoints
1PERSergio PerezRed Bull Racing60--
2LECCharles LeclercFerrari60+2.595-
3SAICarlos SainzFerrari60+10.305-
4NORLando NorrisMcLaren60+21.133-
5RICDaniel RicciardoMcLaren60+53.282-
6STRLance StrollAston Martin F1 team60+56.330-
7VERMax VerstappenRed Bull Racing60+58.825-
8VETSebastian VettelAston Martin F1 team60+1:00.032-
9HAMLewis HamiltonMercedes AMG F1 team60+1:01.515-
10GASPierre GaslyScuderia AlphaTauri60+1:09.576-
11BOTValtteri BottasAlfa Romeo F1 team60+1:28.844-
12MAGKevin MagnussenHaas F160+1:32.610-
13SCHMick SchumacherHaas F160+1LAP-
14RUSGeorge RussellMercedes AMG F1 team60+2LAP-
15TSUYuki TsunodaScuderia AlphaTauri35DNF-
16OCOEsteban OconAlpine F1 team27DNF-
17ALBAlexander AlbonWilliams26DNF-
18ALOFernando AlonsoAlpine F1 team21DNF-
19LATNicholas LatifiWilliams8DNF-
20ZHOGuanyu ZhouAlfa Romeo F1 team7DNF-

The 2022 Singapore Grand Prix

The name of the designer of the Marina Bay Street Circuit? Yes, again Hermann Tilke, nowadays the house architect of Formula 1. Then you know one thing for sure: Despite the fact that it is a street circuit, there will be enough straight parts to be found!

And indeed, three to four straight stretches of asphalt where the engine can be pushed hard. Interspersed with right angles and slow turns, making it a favourite track for Red Bull Racing!

With the event in the dark, the drivers return to the garage physically and mentally exhausted after the race. Picking the perfect line for 61 laps, knowing that otherwise, you'll end up being one of the many drivers who park their car in the wall. And that's only the challenge if you survive the chaotic start of the race!

What does the Singapore Grand Prix race weekend look like?

On September 30, the drivers will take their seats in their cars for the free practice sessions. FP1 is on the program at 11:00am UK time. Later, the second practice session will be held at 14:00. Qualifying starts on Saturday, October 1, at 2:00 PM, after which the race will be held on Sunday, October 2.

What time does the Singapore Grand Prix start?

As in previous years, the Singapore GP can be followed live in the GPblog.com live blog from one hour before the start of the race. The start time of the Singapore Grand Prix is ​​13:00 UK time and the race can also be followed live on your local TV option.