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The 15th round of the 2018 Formula 1 World Championship takes us to Singapore, more precisely in the city circuit known as the Marina Bay Circuit.
It's been 10 years since Singapore Grand Prix became part of the F1 calendar, but the charm of the only night race in the calendar remains unchanged.
As the only night event of the F1, the race has a very different ambience than during the day. Visibility is only possible with the 1,500 halogen bulbs, with drivers often wearing tinted visors to reduce glare.
And the short straights, tight bends and bumpy surface make the Marina Bay Circuit one of the trickiest tracks of the season for setup. The good part is that it gives some of the slower teams a better chance, just like in Monaco. We already saw that on Friday during training, where Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing was one of the fastest.