The outstanding leader of the championship, the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull), will have his first opportunity this weekend to leave the reaffirmation of the Formula 1 world championship mathematically solved. Singapore Grand Prix: the seventeenth of the year, which will take place at the Marina Bay street circuit, which hosts the traditional night race; He Healing after two years due to pandemic.

If ‘Mad Max’ wins and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) fails to take ninth place in Singapore, the Dutchman will be declared mathematical world champion next Sunday; as long as he has a partner, Mexicanor Sergio PereWith z-numeric probabilities, though- don’t raise fourth place or finish in that position until you set the fastest lap. Also if he wins by fastest lap, Monegasque won’t move up to eighth place and ‘Checo’ won’t make it to the podium.

‘Checo’ and Carlos Sainz (Ferrari), who are third in the World Cup with 210 points, who won in Monaco this year, increasing the F1 win rate to three, will be very careful and will not miss the race. An opportunity to achieve a new success in Marina Bay if conditions permit. Fernando AlonsoMeanwhile, he will improve Kimi Raikkonen’s all-time record at F1 races in Singapore.He started in 349 races. The double Asturian world champion, who beat the Finnish record at the Lombard temple of speed two Sundays ago, will raise that number to 350 this Sunday at Marina Bay – if nothing goes wrong. Over the weekend, he hopes his car will “regain its competitive level” in Singapore, where he won it again with a Ferrari in 2010 after doing it with Renault in 2008. And Brands will try to finish in fourth place against Alpine, which is 18 points ahead of McLaren in the World Cup.

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F1 Singapore GP training schedule


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