The Singapore Grand Prix is becoming the race which makes Formula 1 world title winners.

The Marina Bay Street Circuit has exclusively hosted race winners who have also clinched world championships – the sole track on the current F1 calendar to hold that feat.

Nico Rosberg initially broke the run with victory in 2016 but later that year he sealed his F1 world title in Abu Dhabi to restore the impressive record.

The circuit is situated in the heart of the Singapore city and is considered one of the toughest challenges to both drivers and teams in F1 due to the intense heat and humidity plus the non-stop twists and turns of the street track layout.

As the sport’s original night race, Singapore offers a wonderful variety of entertainment ranging from the on-track action in F1 to the five-star music acts on show in the city each year.

A wide selection of ticket options are also available to allow fans to tailor their own F1 experiences to their needs – from prime grandstand spots to exclusive five-star hospitality packages.

With F1’s title fights heating up over the closing rounds of the season, Singapore is often a race where the track battles could mean the difference between claiming the title and finishing second-best at the end of the season.

The 2017 edition of the Singapore Grand Prix remains a classic race when Max Verstappen, Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso were all involved in an first-corner clash which turned the F1 world championship picture on its head and paved the way for Lewis Hamilton to storm to victory and kickstart his title bid.

With Singapore Grand Prix organisers securing a recent contract extension, ensuring the race stays on the F1 calendar until at least 2021, the Marina Bay Street Circuit remains a firm fixture in the sport and a not-to-miss event.

 

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