The Singapore Grand Prix was not wet at all but dry and dusty. That didn't make it any less eventful though, despite a lack of overtaking. There was plenty of action both in and out of the pitlane.
We saw drivers out after only a couple of laps, two drive through penalties, one safety car, lots of yellow flags, debris flying all over the place, cars facing the wrong direction, and an awful lot of dust.
Those who had bad weekends really did have bad weekends, with Toro Rosso facing a double DNF, Red Bull having all kinds of mechanical problems and Ferrari not able to find the pace. For those on top form, it was a great weekend, as Hamilton, Alonso and Glock will agree.
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