The last race in Singapore was in 2019 when Vettel ended 13 months of misery with an unlikely victory ahead of his disgruntled Ferrari teammate. Leclerc had gained pole yet again and was controlling the race from the front. Vettel, marooned in third, was called in early to protect him from being undercut by Verstappen. This propelled Sebastian ahead of not only Hamilton but also Leclerc – both of whom stopped on the next lap. No one was more surprised than Seb to find himself in the lead. “The undercut was more powerful than expected,” explained team chief Mattia Binotto, “We thought Charles would have remained ahead”. Like many observers, Leclerc smelt a rat and complained bitterly over the radio, before accepting the situation when in full possession of the facts. The German was not going to waste his good fortune and, despite having to fend off the Monegasque in three separate safety car restarts, kept his head and his lead.

The undercut was more powerful than expected

F1's original night race on public roads running between historic landmarks and the spectacular marina has become an instant classic. Despite its claim to being the world's busiest port, the city itself is relatively compact and easy to explore. Little India, Raffles Hotel and other remnants of a rich colonial past will vie for your attention with the space age architecture and modern shopping malls. The Miramar Hotel has long been popular with our clients and is no more than a thirty minute stroll from the track.

RACE TICKET SERVICE

       
All tickets are valid for 3 days. Approximate locations are shown on our diagram. All grandstands are uncovered and those offered here have a view of a large screen. At time of writing, Walkabout tickets had not been released.

CONDITIONS OF TICKET SALES.

 
2022 Prices 3 Days
Premier Walkabout TBA
A Pit Grandstand £749
B Turn 1 Grandstand £749
D Bay Grandstand £205
J Stamford Grandstand £299