Singapore 2024
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Race Weekend
Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 20 September, 09:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 20 September, 13:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 21 September, 09:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 21 September, 13:00
Qualifying
Sun, 22 September, 12:00
Race
Welcome to the Marina Bay Street Circuit, set against the spectacular Singaporean skyline, and host to the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix.
As the first night race in Formula 1 history, this event offered something special from its very first race and was a precursor of F1's day-or-night future.
The circuit winds through the city-state's streets, passing by landmark after landmark through a mix of high-speed sections, tight corners, and technical challenges — all with the threat of a tropical storm hitting at any time.
Circuit Overview:
The Marina Bay Street Circuit stretches over 4.940 km (3.070 miles) with a reduced 19 turns after last year's tweaks in the final sector but is still a long track that demands concentration under the bright lights.
Sector 1 contains the end of the start-finish straight's DRS zone and another zone on the exit of Turn 5 and into Turn 7 before the second sector's technical section takes over.
The third sector begins with the last overtaking spot on the track, with the heavy braking zone into Turn 14 before wrapping around the Singapore Flyer, the city's observation wheel, to conclude the lap.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Marina Bay Street Circuit
Location: Singapore
First Grand Prix: 2008
Circuit Length: 4.940 km (3.070 miles)
Race Distance: 306.143 km (190.228 miles)
Laps: 62
Lap Record: 1:35.867 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 2023)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P11
Fastest Lap: 1:37.342 (Lap 46)
Qualifying: P14 (1:33.719)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P14
Fastest Lap: 1:38.531 (Lap 45)
Qualifying: P18 (1:33.252)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Singapore GP History
Best Finish: P2 (Nico Rosberg, 2008)
Best Qualifying: P3 (Nico Rosberg, 2009)
Alex's Best Finish: P6 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P14 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nico celebrated a stunning P2 victory in F1’s first memorable Singapore trip, despite picking up a stop-go penalty and starting the race in P8, his best finish in the sport to that date.
Singapore At A Glance
Capital: Singapore
Population: 5.9 million
Size: 734 sq km
Language: English, Malay, Singaporean Mandarin, Tamil
Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Singapore 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 20 September, 09:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 20 September, 13:00
Free Practice 2
Sat, 21 September, 09:30
Free Practice 3
Sat, 21 September, 13:00
Qualifying
Sun, 22 September, 12:00
Race
Welcome to the Marina Bay Street Circuit, set against the spectacular Singaporean skyline, and host to the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix.
As the first night race in Formula 1 history, this event offered something special from its very first race and was a precursor of F1's day-or-night future.
The circuit winds through the city-state's streets, passing by landmark after landmark through a mix of high-speed sections, tight corners, and technical challenges — all with the threat of a tropical storm hitting at any time.
Circuit Overview:
The Marina Bay Street Circuit stretches over 4.940 km (3.070 miles) with a reduced 19 turns after last year's tweaks in the final sector but is still a long track that demands concentration under the bright lights.
Sector 1 contains the end of the start-finish straight's DRS zone and another zone on the exit of Turn 5 and into Turn 7 before the second sector's technical section takes over.
The third sector begins with the last overtaking spot on the track, with the heavy braking zone into Turn 14 before wrapping around the Singapore Flyer, the city's observation wheel, to conclude the lap.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Marina Bay Street Circuit
Location: Singapore
First Grand Prix: 2008
Circuit Length: 4.940 km (3.070 miles)
Race Distance: 306.143 km (190.228 miles)
Laps: 62
Lap Record: 1:35.867 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 2023)
2024 Support Series: F1 Academy
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: P11
Fastest Lap: 1:37.342 (Lap 46)
Qualifying: P14 (1:33.719)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P14
Fastest Lap: 1:38.531 (Lap 45)
Qualifying: P18 (1:33.252)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Hard-Medium
Williams Racing's Singapore GP History
Best Finish: P2 (Nico Rosberg, 2008)
Best Qualifying: P3 (Nico Rosberg, 2009)
Alex's Best Finish: P6 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P14 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nico celebrated a stunning P2 victory in F1’s first memorable Singapore trip, despite picking up a stop-go penalty and starting the race in P8, his best finish in the sport to that date.
Singapore At A Glance
Capital: Singapore
Population: 5.9 million
Size: 734 sq km
Language: English, Malay, Singaporean Mandarin, Tamil
Currency: Singapore Dollar (SGD)
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