The Singapore Grand Prix is the third night time race on the calendar. Along with Abu Dhabi and Bahrain it brings and added dimension to the world of Formula one and they say that it is just like a big night time party. It is one that you can experience if you take a look at https://edgeglobalevents.com/f1-paddock-club/f1-paddock-club-singapore/ and the fun of the Singapore F1 Paddock Club. You ‘ll be able to enjoy this race in complete style plus get a chance to have a look at the cars up close when there are in the paddock. Imagine what drivers go through as they take on this tricky course.
As is the way with some of the newer tracks the race is run anti clockwise which means that the drivers neck muscles will get a bit of a test but as this race doesn’t not use the overall speed of the cars as much, so it does save them a bit of wear and tear. The start leads down to turn 1 which is a 90-degree left into a near 90 right and up to mini hairpin. This series of complex bends sets the tone for the race as they 164 miles per hour before the curve at 5 and the slight bend of 6 which sees the cars get up to almost 200 mile per hour then it’s a big drop down to 167 as you manoeuvre around the tight bend of 7 and still not half way round.
The next 4 bends are hard left handers as you start to head back for home. The drivers average anywhere between 170 to 90 miles per hour, but they must be careful to protect their racing line and any mistake can see them off and into the barriers although as it’s a modern track Singapore has generous runoff zones. 13 to 14 sees the driver’s cross water for the one and only time in the calendar but there is no real chance to overtake on the bridge partly for safety but the point bend 14 could be if you’ve got a good run along it.
Now you real start to head for home but there are still some really tricky corners 15 is a slight kink into 16 which is a huge right hander then into a slight bend to pick up speed into a series of tight 90 degree corners as the track is set in some of the busiest parts of the city and like Monaco it is tight and bumpy despite being new. The final turn is ponderous final left that seems to take and age before the power is applied and the drivers get a break from the corners as they speed past the start finish straight and it all starts again for 62 laps.