After a long three week break F1 racing is set to return to one of the most spectacular racing venues in the world, Marina Bay circuit for the Singapore Grand Prix. If you like night races, this isn’t one you’d wanna miss! Following the triple header of Belgium, Holland and Italy, I’m sure the drivers are thankful for this three week break as Singapore is physically the most demanding circuit on the calendar no thanks to the high downforce nature of the track akin to Monaco and Hungary but unlike Monaco and Hungary, Singapore is known for it’s high temperatures and the high humidity which can cause drivers to lose up to 5 kilograms (11 pounds) in body weight! You however won’t have to break a single sweat in finding the best F1 Betting Sites as we’ve got all for you right here!
It’s without a doubt that the Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay circuit is suited more towards the Ferrari. The 61 lap race which will take place under artificial light has a circuit length of 5 KM’s (3.11 miles). The Scuderia better make good use of the high downforce track as both Charles and his team must deliver over the course of the next two races and act on any potential mistakes that Red Bull or any other teams may make in order to capitalise on any potential point gains. It’s easier said than done though as Red Bull are performing on such a high level, they seem to have everything under control and are almost ready for anything that might come their way. Although, I’m almost certain that Charles will be on pole for this one and given the fact that during the past races overtaking hasn’t been very easy around here. The new rules and car designs might eliminate that though and he might have a chance to win if he’s kind enough to his tyres and if Ferrari have a bullet proof strategy, they absolutely cannot afford any mistakes going forward. I’m sure Charles will go into the Grand Prix weekend with some form of confidence as he had finished second the last time F1 went racing around here with his then teammate Seb Vettel taking the last win of his career back in 2019. Both current Ferrari drivers have been training hard to get ready for this highly physical and intense race but then again I’m sure they’re not the only ones.
As mentioned, Red Bull, especially Max have been performing at an incredible level akin to their domination from 2010 – 2013 when Sebastian Vettel won four consecutive world championships with the team. It’s absolutely incredible at how the team managed to deliver after the Australian Grand Prix when they were 49 points adrift no thanks to their reliability issues. At the time this came to no surprise as this is the first season in which Red Bull are making use and managing their own power units much like Ferrari and Mercedes. Providing the fact that it’s basically all rebranded Honda underneath, the team still needs to maintain, build and produce parts for their engines, which is a massive undertaking when these power units can cost upwards of $10 million! With a team boss like Christian Horner at the helm pointing the team in the right direction, they’ve managed to capitalise on Ferrari’s mistakes and Max has been their trusty and speedy delivery man. The package they’ve managed to craft is outright the best on raw pace alone and believe it or not, that’s their weakness. The team heavily developed their car earlier on in the season to assert their dominance on the track especially on race day and it seems that they ran out of budget much earlier than anyone else on the grid thanks to the budget cap rule but they’ve made it work, so far. With Ferrari slowly but surely making progress with their car to increase their race pace and Mercedes slowly climbing back up the order to take the fight up front, so far the Red Bull’s gamble has paid off and they’ve given the chance for Verstappen to win his second consecutive title at the Singapore Grand Prix, should things go his way of course.
Judging by comparing the Online F1 Betting Odds, there’s no doubt that Mercedes have been hard at work understanding the physics surrounding their car and are slowly climbing back up to winning ways. We’ve seen a spectacular lap from George Russell at the Hungarian Grand Prix where he managed to take pole and led much of the Grand Prix until he was under-cut by Max who would eventually win the race. Since then Mercedes haven’t stopped chasing that win with 7 time world champion Lewis Hamilton not ever finishing an F1 season without a single win! Yet that’s the position in which he finds himself in. The silver arrows might challenge for big points and podium places this weekend but I don’t think they will win the Singapore Grand Prix. One of the reasons I say that is due to the bumpy nature of the track. Marina bay is a street circuit, a very bumpy one at best. We all know by now that bumps and the W13 don’t exactly go hand in hand. Mercedes will have to run a low ride height to cope with the increase in downforce and that’s going to cause a few back aches, as if this circuit was not physically demanding enough. Instead if you’re looking to place a bet on any of the Mercedes drivers winning, you might want to look at the U.S Grand Prix which is set to take place next month. I also suspect that the driver championship will also be determined in Texas, if Charles can’t stop Max that is.
Try running a marathon keeping the same running pace throughout the entire race distance in 30°C+ (86°F+) without losing concentration once. It’ll be hard not to, right? Not unless you train for it of course and that’s what these drivers do, they are athletes after all. The Singapore Grand Prix will separate drivers in terms of fitness. We have a mixed up grid with Fernando Alonso from Alpine in his 40’s, Lewis is in his late 30’s five more drivers in their early 30’s, the rest of the grid are all in their 20’s with the youngest being Alpha Tauri’s Yuki Tsunoda at 21. These drivers are all high performance athletes but the regulations play their part at increasing the challenges that this race will bring. Keep an eye out for Hamilton and Alonso, both have had a few scraps around Marina Bay. The two HAAS drivers are a pair to keep an eye out for as well, if they can bring a decent package to the track they can take advantage of race pace. Magnussen, 29 has been impressive this year and this race will surely test the Danish mans’ fitness as he missed a year in F1 and also didn’t race here in two years, although he does hold the race lap record around here from 2018. His teammate Schumacher meanwhile who’s six years younger is exceptionally fit, making use of his Father’s trainer and physio from his racing days might give him an edge. Of course you also got Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz who are locked in battle as to who will finish ahead of each other, George Russel completes that battle as he also made his way into the fight thanks to his consistency. Don’t miss the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend!
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