All eyes will be on the technically challenging Marina Bay Street Circuit that will once again test drivers and their cars as they are likely to reach a maximum speed in excess of 300 km per hour. A new 1.2km road that forms eastern section of the circuit was constructed alongside the pit building. With strategically located grandstands and hospitality suites, spectators will be assured of a great view of the action and an unforgettable F1 experience.
Qualifying is always spectacular under the lights and the start of the race is crucial because overtaking is difficult. A lot can be won and lost in the opening 200 metres/0.124 miles. The firework display as the cars take the chequered flag is something not to be missed either.
Join us later in the afternoon for the latest updates, news and results from the Marina Bay Street Circuit, as the qualifying session for the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix is about to get underway, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen at the wheel of the SF71H, ready to challenge Mercedes for pole.