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Marina Bay Street Circuit

The 10th running of the Singapore Grand Prix Sunday night at Marina Bay Street Circuit began with a bang as a multicar accident at the start jettisoned both the Scuderia Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Räikkönen, along with the Red Bull of Max Verstappen.

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Haas F1 Team: Singapore Friday Recap

The 14th round of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship began with practice Friday at Marina Bay Street Circuit as teams prepared for the Singapore Grand Prix Sunday night.

Singapore Grand Prix Preview

Held at the glamorous Marina Bay street circuit, the Singapore night race sees Formula One enter the final international leg of the season.

Racing Spectrum Swings to Singapore

After competing in the quickest race in terms of duration, as the Sept. 3 Italian Grand Prix at the 5.793-kilometer (3.6-mile) Autodromo Nazionale Monza ended in a blistering 1 hour and 15 minutes, teams head to the series’ longest race – the Singapore Grand Prix Sept. 17 at the 5.065-kilometer (3.147-mile) Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Singapore Grand Prix: Haas F1 Team Friday Practice Recap

Haas F1 Team’s preparation for the Singapore Grand Prix Sunday at Marina Bay Street Circuit got off to an inauspicious start on Friday when in the first of two 90-minute practice sessions, the car of Romain Grosjean developed problems on its installation lap.

Seeking More In Singapore

After competing in the quickest race in terms of duration, as the Sept. 4 Italian Grand Prix at the 5.793-kilometer (3.6-mile) Autodromo Nazionale Monza ended in a blistering 1 hour and 17 minutes, teams participating in the FIA Formula One World Championship head to the series’ longest race – the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday at the 5.065-kilometer (3.147-mile) Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Pirelli Preview: Singapore Grand Prix

For the only true night race of the calendar, held on the stunning streets of Singapore, Pirelli’s P Zero Purple ultrasoft tyres make a return for the first race since Austria, alongside the supersoft and soft.

Singapore Grand Prix Preview: Singapore

Following Monza, where the two hardest compounds of the Pirelli F1 range were nominated, Formula One now heads to Singapore where the two softest compounds in the range will be present: P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft.