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Starting grid for the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix

  • Published on 16 Sep 2018 12:31
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position on Saturday, taking the top spot by over three-tenths of a second ahead of Max Verstappen. Hamilton's championship rival Sebastian Vettel will start from third place, and will be looking to get the better of Hamilton to claw back some points in the championship.

 

Max Verstappen will be hunting for his first race win since Austria, as Singapore may be Red Bull's last realistic chance at a race victory for some time. Force India will also be looking to claim more points as it climbs the championship standings.

Take a look below at how the grid will line-up for Sunday's race; 

SG Marina Bay Street Circuit - 16 September 2018

2

  • 1:36.334
  • +0.319

3

  • 1:36.628
  • +0.613

4

  • 1:36.702
  • +0.687

5

  • 1:36.794
  • +0.779

6

  • 1:36.996
  • +0.981

7

  • 1:37.985
  • +1.970

8

  • 1:38.320
  • +2.305

9

  • 1:38.365
  • +2.350

10

  • 1:38.588
  • +2.573

11

  • 1:38.641
  • +2.626

12

  • 1:38.716
  • +2.701

13

  • 1:38.747
  • +2.732

14

  • 1:39.453
  • +3.438

15

  • 1:39.691
  • +3.676

16

  • 1:39.644
  • +3.629

17

  • 1:39.809
  • +3.794

18

  • 1:39.864
  • +3.849

19

  • 1:41.263
  • +5.248

20

  • 1:41.334
  • +5.319

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