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Singapore 2011 - The race // Red Bull dominate proceedings again, can they continue today?

Published by Christine

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All eyes on the big screenCredit: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic

With Red Bull dominating qualifying again, and Sebastian Vettel on pole position, it's hard to think we're going to see anyone else take victory at the race today. However, it's a long, challenging Grand Prix, and tyre strategy could play a part as the action unfolds.

Lewis Hamilton is on the back foot after losing a set of tyres in qualifying to a puncture, and we have a couple of out of place drivers who could do something surprising once the red lights go out.

The action begins at 1pm GMT+1 with the Factbyte Factbox opening half an hour beforehand for some fabulous build up.

Statistics

showers

Marina Bay Street Circuit, Sunday

29℃

  • Low 28℃
  • Humidity 90%

Rain showers

2010 Session Results
PosDriverTeamTime
1F AlonsoFerrari1:57:53.579
2S VettelRed Bull+0.2
3M WebberRed Bull+29.1
4J ButtonMcLaren+30.3
5N RosbergMercedes+49.3

Predictions

Sing 2011: Will Sebastian Vettel secure the championship this weekend?

  • Yes, we're looking at a double World Champ.

    48%
  • Not yet, it'll go on to Japan.

    52%

21 votes

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With Red Bull dominating qualifying again, and Sebastian Vettel on pole position, it's hard to think we're going to see anyone else take victory at the race today. However, it's a long, challenging Grand Prix, and tyre strategy could play a part as the action unfolds. Lewis Hamilton is on the back foot after losing a set of tyres in qualifying to a puncture, and we have a couple of out of place drivers who could do something surprising once the red lights go out.
Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic

Event start

13:00GMT +01:00

25 September 2011