Your 2022 Singapore Grand Prix Predictions: The Results

Did you predict that neither Mercedes driver would finish in the top eight? Or that only 14 drivers would finish the race? How many of your pre-race predictions for the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix were correct? Find out below!


1. WILL VERSTAPPEN WIN THE TITLE?

YOUR PREDICTION: NO

CORRECT ANSWER: NO

Max Verstappen needed a win to secure the title at the Singapore Grand Prix. After starting eighth, Verstappen had a troubled race and made up only one position to finish seventh. Verstappen will have a better shot at winning the title in Japan.


2. WHERE WILL THE TOP MERCEDES DRIVER FINISH?

YOUR PREDICTION: 2ND OR 3RD

CORRECT ANSWER: 6th OR LOWER

Lewis Hamilton started third at the Singapore Grand Prix, while George Russell started from the pit lane after a change of engine. Hamilton made a mistake in the race, hitting the barriers and costing himself time. He ultimately finished ninth, while Russell struggled to make progress and finished only 14; last of the finishers.


3. WILL ASTON MARTIN OR WILLIAMS SCORE ANY POINTS?

YOUR PREDICTION: YES

CORRECT ANSWER: YES

While Williams suffered a double retirement, Aston Martin finished with both cars in the points for the first time since the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Lance Stroll finished sixth and, with Sebastian Vettel eighth, this was the team’s first double top eight finish since the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix.


4. HOW MANY CARS WILL CROSS THE FINISH LINE?

YOUR PREDICTION: 17 OR 18

CORRECT ANSWER: FEWER THAN 15

Only 14 drivers crossed the finish line at the Singapore Grand Prix. Nicholas Latifi, Zhou Guanyu and Yuki Tsunoda all crashed out, Alex Albon retired with damage and both Alpine drivers retired with mechanical issues.


5. FROM WHICH GRID SLOT WILL THE RACE BE WON?

YOUR PREDICTION: POLE

CORRECT ANSWER: 2nd

Sergio Perez won the Singapore Grand Prix from second on the grid, becoming the first driver to win at Marina Bay having started from second.


Let us know how you got on with this race’s predictions! There’ll be more predictions to be made ahead of the next Grand Prix. Follow Lights Out on twitter to take part: @LightsOutF1Blog!

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