The F1 Singapore Grand Prix, one of the most iconic races on the Formula 1 calendar, takes place on the stunning Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. This night race is a unique spectacle, with the city’s dazzling skyline forming a breathtaking backdrop as the cars zoom through the streets under the bright lights.
The Singapore GP is renowned for its challenging layout, featuring a mix of high-speed straights and tight, twisty corners that test the drivers’ skills and precision to the limit. The track’s 23 turns and lack of margin for error demand utmost concentration and finesse from the drivers, making it a true driver’s circuit.
Not long to go until the next round on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar so make sure to join us back here on the ScuderiaFans.com website to check for for the most important updates, stats, videos, images analysis, telemetry and other significant data from the 4.928-km Marina Bay Street Circuit. Scuderia Ferrari will hit the Singapore track with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz ready to start preparations for the race weekend on a track similar in style to the Circuit de Monaco and the Valencia Street Circuit.
The two Ferrari men drivers will get behind the wheel of the SF-23 single-seater with the clear goal of collecting as much info and data as possible in FP1 and help the Maranello team find the optimal setup and configuration for the rest of the Singapore weekend, as well as to evaluate tyre management and degradation, a very important aspect ahead of Saturday’s qualifying session and Sunday’s main event at the 4.928-km Marina Bay racing track.
Follow the minute-by-minute Formula 1 data, results, telemetry and timings from the opening practice session for the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix in the video below: