?? THE 2020 SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX
ROUND 15. 18th – 20th SEPTEMBER.
1033rd F1 GRAND PRIX | 21st SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX | 13th GRAND PRIX AT MARINA BAY CIRCUIT
2019 POLESITTER: CHARLES LECLERC | 2019 WINNER: SEBASTIAN VETTEL
Friday 18th September
Free Practice 1 (4:30pm Local Time/ 9:30am UK Time)
Free Practice 2 (8:30pm Local Time/ 1:30pm UK Time)
Saturday 19th September
Free Practice 3 (6pm Local Time/ 11am UK Time)
Qualifying (9pm Local Time/ 2pm UK Time)
Sunday 20th September
The 2020 Singapore Grand Prix (8:10pm Local Time/ 1:10pm UK Time)
- Information about the race weekend, such as DRS zones and track changes, will be posted here.
?? WEEKEND MILESTONES AND RECORDS
- If Lewis Hamilton wins this weekend, he will once again equal Sebastian Vettel’s record tally of Singapore Grand Prix wins. The pair were previously tied for most wins at the event, until Vettel took his fifth win at the track last season.
- A win for any driver other than Lewis Hamilton or Sebastian Vettel would make them the fifth driver to triumph at the Marina Bay Circuit.
- Both Ferrari and Red Bull could equal Mercedes record tally of Singapore Grand Prix wins this weekend. Mercedes have won here four times, compared to Ferrari and Red Bull’s three wins each.
- A pole position for Charles Leclerc would make him the first driver to have taken back-to-back poles at the Singapore Grand Prix.
- Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are currently tied for most pole positions at the Marina Bay Circuit. A pole for either driver would take the outright record to five.
You can find more information about the records which could be beaten this weekend in our Milestones and Records to Beat post.
ALL THE INFO
Click the links below to see all the stats and circuit history you could need ahead of the race!
- Marina Bay Circuit: The Ultimate Track Guide
- Marina Bay Circuit Track Stats
- Milestones and Records to Beat
- Team Form
- Driver Form
- Grid Slot Stats
- Singapore Power Performers
- 2019 Singapore Grand Prix Statistics
- 2018 Singapore Grand Prix Statistics
2019 RACE RECAP
Charles Leclerc took a third consecutive pole position, but it was Sebastian Vettel who took a record-breaking fifth Singapore Grand Prix victory.
Charles Leclerc dominated in qualifying, securing a third consecutive pole position and starting alongside Lewis Hamilton. Hamilton came under pressure from Sebastian Vettel on the first lap, but was able to stay ahead. Further back, Carlos Sainz picked up a puncture following contact with Nico Hulkenberg. Vettel and Max Verstappen were first of the front runners to pit, with Leclerc pitting from the lead on the next lap. But Vettel’s pace advantage saw him pull off the undercut, much to Leclerc’s dismay. As the two Mercedes pitted, Antonio Giovinazzi found himself in the lead of the race for Alfa Romeo, but Vettel soon found a way past the Italian. Another Renault made contact, this time Daniel Ricciardo on former race leader Giovinazzi. The Australian picked up a puncture as a result. The Safety Car came out following contact between Romain Grosjean and George Russell, with the Williams driver recording the first retirement of his career. Lance Stroll picked up a puncture after the restart, while Sergio Perez pulled off in the other Racing Point after being ordered to stop by the team. Kimi Raikkonen was then forced out of the race following a collision with Daniil Kvayt, bringing out the Safety Car once more. Vettel was unphased by the restarts, keeping his cool to claim his first win of the season. Leclerc and Verstappen completed the podium, while Kevin Magnussen picked up the Fastest Lap at the event for the second year in a row.
PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULES
The world’s media will have the opportunity to talk to the drivers on the Thursday before the race. Appearing in the Drivers’ Press Conference for this race weekend will be:
The media also be talking to prominent members of Formula 1’s teams on Friday. Appearing in the Teams’ Press Conference for this race weekend will be:
Each weekend a former Formula 1 driver, or a driver from another prominent series of motorsport, joins the stewards to help judge any incidents from a drivers’ perspective. The Driver Steward this weekend will be TBC.
The weather forecast for the week ahead at the circuit currently looks like this:
FASTEST EVER LAP
Pirelli are yet to reveal which tyre compounds will be used for the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. Each driver’s selection of tyres will be announced closer to the event.
RECENT FASTEST LAPS IN EACH SESSION
|Free Practice 1
|1:42.489 (Daniel Ricciardo)
|1:39.711 (Daniel Ricciardo)
|1:40.259 (Max Verstappen)
|Free Practice 2
|1:40.852 (Daniel Ricciardo)
|1:38.699 (Kimi Raikkonen)
|1:38.773 (Lewis Hamilton)
|Free Practice 3
|1:41.829 (Max Verstappen)
|1:38.054 (Sebastian Vettel)
|1:38.192 (Charles Leclerc)
|1:39.491 (Sebastian Vettel)
|1:36.015 (Lewis Hamilton)
|1:36.217 (Charles Leclerc)
|1:45.008 (Lewis Hamilton)
|1:41.905 (Kevin Magnussen)
|1:42.301 (Kevin Magnussen)