Lewis Hamilton commands the very first wet Formula One night race, the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.
A race into the unknown as Formula One celebrated the 10th Singapore Grand Prix with the very first night race in wet conditions. A new prospect for the 20 man field, unsure of what tyres to start on and whether the weather would create glare under the lights. Though the drama came when Vettel pinched Verstappen into Raikkonen to take the trio out before the first corner. Promoting Hamilton into a lead he mastered to move 28-points clear of the Ferrari.
Final practice for the Singapore Grand Prix topped by Max Verstappen.
Red Bull remain atop of the field at the Marina Bay Street Circuit as Ferrari come to play, with Vettel pushing Verstappen to less than a tenth. Making the fight to be fastest a three-team affair, while McLaren pick up the track improvements to emerge fourth and fifth fastest.
Second practice at the Singapore Grand Prix topped by Daniel Ricciardo.
The lights come on in Singapore and the deals were signed at the Marina Bay Street Circuit, as McLaren ditched Honda for Renault power, Toro Rosso took their Japanese supply and Carlos Sainz was loaned to the French manufacturer for 2018. Cramming a silly-season of deals into the between session-window, and overshadowing Daniel Ricciardo’s rapid table-topping FP2 runs.
Daniel Ricciardo sets the opening pace at the Singapore Grand Prix.
The evening sun may still have been beaming down over the Singapore streets, but the Red Bull was shining as Daniel Ricciardo posted the fastest time in First Free Practice for the Singapore Grand Prix. Setting a new absolute lap record for the Marina Bay Street Circuit, with times only set to continue to fall as night creeps in.
Preview Round 14 of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton holds the championship lead for the very first time in 2017, as Formula One flies away from Europe once more and the calendar edges towards the Abu Dhabi closer. Still to go, though, are trips to Asia and the Americas with Singapore’s Marina Bay Street Circuit the first to welcome the mechanical circus that brings drama both on and off the track.
Lewis Hamilton claims record 69th pole position at the Italian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton breaks Michael Schumacher’s 11-year pole record with a sensational lap to claim pole by 1.1 seconds in challenging conditions. Mastering a drenched Monza just an hour after playing against Bottas on the PlayStation while rain flooded a red flagged track caused by Romain Grosjean aquaplaning.