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Mark Webber his Singapore.

After the drama of Monza and the first win for Sebastien Vettel, Formula One now moves on from Europe to Singapore for the first night race in the history of the sport.

The race around the Singapore streets is set to be one of the most memorable in recent years as the 20 drivers do battle under lights for 61 laps of the 5.067km circuit.

Ahead of the event later this month, Red Bull has released this computer simulation of the circuit with Mark Webber going head-to-head with Vettel on a lap of the Singapore streets, with Australian ace Webber talking through the lap in the process.

Tickets for the event are still available by clicking HERE.


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