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The 2017 Singapore Grand Prix (officially the 2017 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix)[1] was the fourteenth race of the 2017 Formula One season, and the tenth time the Singapore Grand Prix was held. It was held between 15 September and 17 September 2017.

In qualifying, Sebastian Vettel took his third pole position of the season, while Max Verstappen, who was fastest in the first two sessions, went second fastest in the final session to score his second front row start. Verstappen's teammate Daniel Ricciardo qualified fourth, while championship leader Lewis Hamilton could only manage fifth on the grid.

In the race, on a wet track Vettel moved left after the start, attempting to protect his position. In so doing, he squeezed Verstappen into Kimi Räikkönen, and the three collided and were out of the race. Fernando Alonso also suffered damage that would lead to his retirement, a few laps later. Hamilton inherited the lead, and led every lap for the victory. Ricciardo was second, ahead of Hamilton's Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas in third.


BackgroundEdit

Looking to the FutureEdit

Whilst it had yet to be officially confirmed, the press were already making the rounds that McLaren and Honda were set to end their partnership. Honda instead after much deliberations were set to bring their engines to Toro Rosso. Nonetheless, all the concerned parties remained tight-lipped about the futures of their organisation.  

Fernando Alonso simply stated to Ted Kravitz " I don't know, I've read the same news you have." Asked about the future for himself and his team in the press conference, Alonso simply stated "there are options everywhere, and they are all very good. You just need to be patient and wait a couple of weeks."

However it appeared clear that Alonso was waiting for the team to make a decision over their own future before he decided his own. Alonso noted "his main priority is McLaren" and "after they make decisions, I will need to study what kind of performance they will have next year and after that I will make my decision." However he further added to Ted Kravitz, "I will make my decision to win next year and to be able to enjoy the podiums next year." Albeit as he mentioned in the press conference, there was still suggestions that he would be entering IndyCar or Le Mans 24 Hours to pursue his dream of the triple crown.

Toro Rosso appeared to be set to lose their lead driver Carlos Sainz, Jr. to the Renault team. Concerned for Toro Rosso,Ted Kravitz noted to Sainz "they're gonna get a pretty bad deal. They're gonna have a worse engine and they are going to lose their best driver, which is you. I'm worried about the future of this team, it looks like they are going to go backwards next year. Am I wrong to be worried about it?"

 Sainz responded by stating "I'm not worried. I'm convinced with the group of people in this team, whatever happens they will end up sorting something out. I've been at this team for three years now, they've always come up with a decent car to be in the points in very tricky conditions." Will Buxton, however noted that Red Bull would simply be "loaning him out."

The drivers also appeared to be curt about whether Toro Rosso were to receive Honda engines for 2018. Daniil Kvyat simply said,"I don't know anything about it to be honest." . Ted Kravitz made the assertion that more news on the matter would be revealed on the Friday of the weekend and that Kvyat simply "couldn't talk about it".

However,  Daniel Ricciardo provided further clarrification in stating "As a driver, we know things. But we still don't know everything. You know, I'm sure if it is going to happen then there is probably more reasons and more faith, lets say. You know, obviously right now they're not performing with McLaren. Yeah, you would need to see improvements for that to work. But obviously, probably more than I know, there is reason and there is probably more improvements to come."  

Sainz, meanwhile stated "if there are rumours, it could be true, no?".

Interestingly there were rumours that Red Bull and Renault were finally set for a break in their partnership. Will Buxton noted "Red Bull have denigrated their partners ever since the Hybrid-era began." Red Bull and Renault were no longer set to remain partners after the expiration of their existing contract that ran until the end of 2018. With Mercedes and Ferrari unable to supply the team, Red Bull were looking increasingly likely to being forced to run Honda engines for the 2019 season.

Ted Kravitz further implied that it was all "long term planning" and suggested the idea that Porsche were set to enter Formula One as a "partner with Red Bull". Ricciardo responded by stating, "I think Porsche would be good for the sport. As a brand its huge and you know everyone seems to be dipping into Formula E or wanting to." However in regards to the potential of being powered by Honda in 2019, he noted "its still pretty early to start thinking about it but for sure I'll keep an eye on it and could dictate where I could go."

Max Verstappen was more curt on the issue stating "I don't know what's going to happen in the future because that's not up to me, I'm not the boss." However despite his tumultuous season with Red Bull, he maintained a positive outlook with Red Bull for the future stating "I believe in the team. That's outside the engine."  

With Sainz set to join Renault, Jolyon Palmer was looking increasingly like he wouldn't have a drive for 2018. "the reliability has been a problem this year, but I would stay with Renault. I like the team and I've been here two years now." Despite rumours that Sainz was set to replace Palmer before the end of the season, Palmer assured the press that he had a solid contract for the remainder of the season. He remained positive stating "we're getting more and more competitive every weekend. Apart from Monza, of course, which was a difficult track for us, but Spa was good. My performance compared to Nico has been strong as well, so I have seven races. Strong tracks for us, strong tracks for me. Show what I can do and end the year on a high anyway."

His teammate, Hülkenberg had some sympathy for his teammate stating "He's still here fighting. He's had a lot of bad luck and some technical issues, but you know, lets see what happens."

Heading into the weekend, there was one definitive discussion point for the future as Valtteri Bottas was finally confirmed to be extending his contract with Mercedes. Bottas stated he could now "focus for long term development together as well. So I'm happy with the situation." However, once again, Bottas had confirmed only for a single year deal. Ted Kravitz, curious about this asked "Another one year deal. Do you like a one year deal?".  A surprised Bottas replied "it seems like I've always had a one year deal. Maybe it keeps me on my toes?". 

Hamilton was curt in his response to Ted Kravitz about Bottas being confirmed for the future. He simply replied "it doesn't really make any difference really." Upon further questioning from Kravitz, Hamilton begrudginly stated "its nice for the team. We can just focus on doing our job."

However with Mercedes's line-up confirmed, discussion had already moved on to who would be driving for the team in 2019. Craig Slater suggested Esteban Ocon was being groomed for the seat to which he responded "I don't know. Its not me deciding that, its the bosses."

Entry listEdit

Given their successful history at the track, Ferrari were expected to be the favourites heading into the weekend. However there was also talk that Red Bull would be able to amount a serious threat to both Ferrari and Mercedes. Max Verstappen noted "you know when you look at Monaco, we were not too far off and our car was not as good by far as we have now. So I think we can be quite competitive." 

On the developments of his car, he noted "I think they can build a really good car, but of course, was a bit tricky in the beginning of the year. We were just clearly off but I think in the last few races already, we've been really close and its not always easy to make a compromise downforce levels wise." ' When asked by Craig Slater as to whether the year would have been a failure if he didn't win, Verstappen simply responded by saying "I don't have to do anything." Daniel Ricciardo meanwhile noted, "we've been close the last two years. Last year we were within a second, then I think the year before with Seb, we were within a couple of seconds."  

Nonetheless, Ferrari were the clear favourites and with Sebastian Vettel already taking four victories at the circuit, the expectation was to see a Ferrari victory. Ted Kravitz posed the question at the Ferrari press conference whether "it would be a let down if you didn't win this weekend." Vettel was calm in his response stating "I think it depends on the race. If you have the chance to win and you don't win, then yes. If you don't have the chance to win and you don't win, well you know... pfff." Concering whether Ferrari were the favourites, Kimi Räikkönen noted, "I don't know. Not in our minds."

However, Hamilton was also a multiple winner at the circuit having taken two victories at the circuit. Nonetheless, he was unsure of the overall pace of the Mercedes stating "we've prepared the best we could. I don't know, we'll find out I guess tomorrow." He was quick to alleviate the concerns of the circuit, stating "positioning is everything here. Its very hard to overtake. It comes down to strategy." Despite his previous two victories, Hamilton noted "I've not always gone well here. Its not a particularly strong track for me, but its been okay. However having studied and understood past years, it is a track where time on the circuit really, really counts. Obviously last year, I think I missed P2."

Accounting for a seemingly distant Hamilton, Ricciardo noted "I think Mercedes won't be as dominant here as they were last year. I think the way their car is, it doesn't seem as suited to the tighter stuff as it did last year. "

In regards to the characteristics of the circuit, Vettel stated "I go with what we have. What I will feel with tomorrow on the track. The car that I will have under me, obviously its important that you trust the car. It makes a big difference on street circuits. But yeah, there is no reason to believe that the car shouldn't be any good. But how good it will be, we'll find out." 

Talking to French television, Fernando Alonso stated in regards to his coming weekend, "I'm here in body, but not in mind."

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W08 EQ Power+ Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes W08 EQ Power+ Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB13 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB13 TAG Heuer TAG Heuer P
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF70H Ferrari 062 P
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari SF70H Ferrari 062 P
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM10 Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
31 France Esteban Ocon India Sahara Force India F1 Team Force India VJM10 Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW40 Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams Martini Racing Williams FW40 Mercedes M08 EQ Power+ P
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren Honda McLaren MCL32 Honda RA617H P
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren Honda McLaren MCL32 Honda RA617H P
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault Sport F1 Team Renault R.S.17 Renault R.E.17 P
30 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer France Renault Sport F1 Team Renault R.S.17 Renault R.E.17 P
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR12 Renault R.E.17 P
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR12 Renault R.E.17 P
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-17 Ferrari 062 P
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-17 Ferrari 062 P
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C36 Ferrari 061 P
94 Germany Pascal Wehrlein Switzerland Sauber F1 Team Sauber C36 Ferrari 061 P
Free Practice 1 only
38 Indonesia Sean Gelael Italy Scuderia Toro Rosso Toro Rosso STR12 Renault R.E.17 P
50 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi United States Haas F1 Team Haas VF-17 Ferrari 062 P
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Practice OverviewEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

FP3Edit

Practice ResultsEdit

No Driver Team FP1 FP2 FP3
Time Pos Time Pos Time Pos
2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 1:44.340 11 1:42.501 6 1:42.439 5
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1:42.489 1 1:40.852 1 1:42.517 6
5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 1:42.598 2 1:43.104 11 1:41.901 2
7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 1:43.734 7 1:42.835 9 1:42.708 9
8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 1:46.456 15 1:44.928 18 1:44.295 18
9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:47.699 19 1:45.721 20 1:46.339 20
11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 1:43.423 5 1:42.826 8 1:43.010 10
14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 1:43.759 8 1:42.788 7 1:42.383 4
18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:47.190 17 1:44.301 16 1:44.223 17
19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 1:45.084 14 1:43.836 15 1:43.724 15
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari DNP 1:44.417 17 1:44.041 16
26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso 1:44.220 10 1:43.608 13 1:43.574 14
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 1:44.101 9 1:42.448 5 1:42.549 7
30 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer France Renault 1:44.961 12 1:43.795 14 1:43.368 13
31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 1:45.053 13 1:43.054 10 1:43.109 11
33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1:42.610 3 1:41.408 2 1:41.829 1
38 Indonesia Sean Gelael Italy Toro Rosso 1:47.570 18 DNP DNP
44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 1:42.904 4 1:41.555 3 1:41.971 3
50 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi United States Haas-Ferrari 1:46.782 16 DNP DNP
55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Toro Rosso DNP 1:43.236 12 1:43.356 12
77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 1:43.434 6 1:42.104 4 1:42.592 8
94 Germany Pascal Wehrlein Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 1:47.886 20 1:45.673 19 1:45.760 19
Source: [2][3][4]

QualifyingEdit

Q1Edit

Q2Edit

Q3Edit

Qualifying ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Grid
Pos Time Pos Time Pos Time
1 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 12 1:43.336 4 1:40.529 1 1:39.491 1
2 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 1 1:42.010 1 1:40.332 2 1:39.814 2
3 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 2 1:42.063 2 1:40.385 3 1:39.840 3
4 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 11 1:43.328 3 1:40.525 4 1:40.069 4
5 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 6 1:42.455 5 1:40.577 5 1:40.126 5
6 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 10 1:43.137 8 1:41.409 6 1:40.810 6
7 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 9 1:42.586 7 1:41.277 7 1:41.013 7
8 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 3 1:42.086 9 1:41.442 8 1:41.179 8
9 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 5 1:42.222 6 1:41.227 9 1:41.398 9
10 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Toro Rosso 4 1:42.176 10 1:41.826 10 1:42.056 10
11 30 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer France Renault 7 1:42.472 11 1:42.107 11
12 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 13 1:43.594 12 1:42.246 12
13 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso 8 1:42.544 13 1:42.338 13
14 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 14 1:43.626 14 1:42.760 14
15 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 15 1:43.627 15 1:43.883 15
16 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 16 1:43.756 16
17 19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 17 1:44.014 17
18 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 18 1:44.728 18
19 94 Germany Pascal Wehrlein Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 19 1:45.059 19
20 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 20 1:45.570 20*
107% time: 1:49.150
Source: [5]
  • * Ericsson was given a five-place grid penalty for an unscheduled gearbox change.[6]

GridEdit

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 ______________ 1
2 Sebastian Vettel
Max Verstappen ______________
Row 2 ______________ 3
4 Daniel Ricciardo
Kimi Räikkönen ______________
Row 3 ______________ 5
6 Lewis Hamilton
Valtteri Bottas ______________
Row 4 ______________ 7
8 Nico Hülkenberg
Fernando Alonso ______________
Row 5 ______________ 9
10 Stoffel Vandoorne
Carlos Sainz, Jr. ______________
Row 6 ______________ 11
12 Jolyon Palmer
Sergio Pérez ______________
Row 7 ______________ 13
14 Daniil Kvyat
Esteban Ocon ______________
Row 8 ______________ 15
16 Romain Grosjean
Kevin Magnussen ______________
Row 9 ______________ 17
18 Felipe Massa
Lance Stroll ______________
Row 10 ______________ 19
20 Pascal Wehrlein
Marcus Ericsson* ______________

Source

  • * Ericsson was given a five-place grid penalty for an unscheduled gearbox change.[6]

RaceEdit

ReportEdit

ResultsEdit

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Germany Mercedes 58 2:03:23.544 5 25
2 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 58 +4.507 3 18
3 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas Germany Mercedes 58 +8.800 6 15
4 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Toro Rosso 58 +22.822 10 12
5 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez India Force India-Mercedes 58 +25.359 12 10
6 30 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer France Renault 58 +27.259 11 8
7 2 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 58 +30.388 9 6
8 18 Canada Lance Stroll United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 58 +41.696 18 4
9 8 France Romain Grosjean United States Haas-Ferrari 58 +43.282 15 2
10 31 France Esteban Ocon India Force India-Mercedes 58 +44.795 14 1
11 19 Brazil Felipe Massa United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 58 +46.536 17
12 94 Germany Pascal Wehrlein Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 56 +2 Laps 19
Ret 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 50 MGU-K 16
Ret 27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg France Renault 48 Pneumatics 7
Ret 9 Sweden Marcus Ericsson Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 35 Accident 20
Ret 26 Russia Daniil Kvyat Italy Toro Rosso 10 Accident 13
Ret 14 Spain Fernando Alonso United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 8 Collision damage 8
Ret 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel Italy Ferrari 0 Collision damage 1
Ret 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 0 Collision 2
Ret 7 Finland Kimi Räikkönen Italy Ferrari 0 Collision 4
Source: [7]

MilestonesEdit

Standings after raceEdit

Drivers' World Championship
Pos. Driver Pts +/-
1 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton 263
2 Germany Sebastian Vettel 235
3 Finland Valtteri Bottas 212
4 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 162
5 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 138
6 Netherlands Max Verstappen 68
6 Mexico Sergio Pérez 68 ▲ 1
8 France Esteban Ocon 56
9 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. 48
10 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 34
11 Brazil Felipe Massa 31
12 Canada Lance Stroll 28
13 France Romain Grosjean 26 ▼ 1
14 Denmark Kevin Magnussen 11
15 Spain Fernando Alonso 10
16 United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer 8 ▲ 3
17 Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne 7 ▲ 1
18 Germany Pascal Wehrlein 5 ▼ 2
19 Russia Daniil Kvyat 4 ▼ 2
20 Italy Antonio Giovinazzi 0 ▼ 1
20 Sweden Marcus Ericsson 0 ▼ 1
20 United Kingdom Jenson Button 0 ▼ 1
Source:[8]
Constructors' World Championship
Pos. Team Pts +/-
1 Germany Mercedes 475
2 Italy Ferrari 373
3 Austria Red Bull-TAG Heuer 230
4 India Force India-Mercedes 124
5 United Kingdom Williams-Mercedes 59
6 Italy Toro Rosso-Ferrari 52
7 France Renault 42 ▲ 1
8 United States Haas-Ferrari 37 ▼ 1
9 United Kingdom McLaren-Honda 17
10 Switzerland Sauber-Ferrari 5
Source:[8]


NotesEdit

  1. "2017 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix". formula1.com. Formula One Administration. https://www.formula1.com/en/championship/races/2017/Singapore.html. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  2. "2017 Singapore Grand Prix – Practice 1 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 15 September 2017. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2017/races/972/singapore/practice-1.html. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  3. "2017 Singapore Grand Prix – Practice 2 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 15 September 2017. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2017/races/972/singapore/practice-2.html. Retrieved 15 September 2017.
  4. "2017 Singapore Grand Prix – Practice 3 results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 16 September 2017. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2017/races/972/singapore/practice-3.html. Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  5. "2017 Singapore Grand Prix – Qualifying results". Formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 16 September 2017. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2017/races/972/singapore/qualifying.html. Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "FIA Stewards Decision — Document No. 20". FIA.com. Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 16 September 2017. http://www.fia.com/file/61494/download?token=XeCiWFyg. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  7. "Singapore Grand Prix 2017 Race Results". formula1.com (Formula One Administration). 17 September 2017. https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2017/races/972/singapore/race-result.html. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Collantine, Keith (27 August 2017). "2017 Italian Grand Prix championship points". F1 Fanatic (Keith Collantine). http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2017/09/03/2017-italian-grand-prix-championship-points/. Retrieved 30 September 2017.
V T E 2017 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • Force India • Haas • McLaren • Mercedes • Red Bull • Renault • Sauber • Toro Rosso • Williams
Engines Ferrari • Honda • Mercedes • Renault • TAG Heuer
Drivers Vandoorne • 3 Ricciardo • 5 Vettel • 7 Räikkönen • 8 Grosjean • 9 Ericsson • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 18 Stroll • 19 Massa • 20 Magnussen • 22 Button • 26 Kvyat • 27 Hülkenberg • 30 Palmer • 31 Ocon • 33 Verstappen • 36 Giovinazzi • 39 Hartley • 40 di Resta • 44 Hamilton • 55 Sainz • 77 Bottas • 94 Wehrlein
Other Drivers Calderon • Celis • Fong • Fuoco • Gasly • Kari • Matsushita • Russell • Turvey
Cars Ferrari SF70H • Force India VJM10 • Haas VF-17 • McLaren MCL32 • Mercedes AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+ • Red Bull RB13 • Renault R.S.17 • Sauber C36 • Toro Rosso STR12 • Williams FW40
Tyres Pirelli
Races Australia • China • Bahrain • Russia • Spain • Monaco • Canada • Azerbaijan • Austria • Britain • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Singapore • Malaysia • Japan • United States • Mexico • Brazil • Abu Dhabi
Tests Barcelona 1 • Barcelona 2
See also 2016 Formula One Season • 2018 Formula One Season • Category
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Circuits Marina Bay Street Circuit (2008–present)
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Races 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017
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