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DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
October 26, 2007Formel-1-Rennen in Singapur und ValènciaWikinews
September 27, 2008Felipe Massa takes pole for the first night Formula One race at SingaporeWikinews
September 28, 2008Alonso consigue su primera victoria del año en la Fórmula 1Wikinoticias
August 31, 2009Reports suggest probe into Formula One race-fixing allegationsWikinews
September 25, 2009Renault's F1 sponsors quit as Grosjean crashes on same corner as PiquetWikinews
September 28, 2009Lewis Hamilton wins 2009 Singapore Grand PrixWikinews
September 26, 2010Spain’s Alonzo Wins Singapore Grand PrixVOA Breaking News
September 27, 2010Fernando Alonso wins 2010 Singapore Grand PrixWikinews
September 27, 2010Formula 1: Fernando Alonso vince il Gran Premio di Singapore 2010Wikinotizie
September 24, 2013Mark Webber points out the bleeding obvious (to anyone but the FIA)Matt Hubbard


Video

The Flying Lap, Episode 38: Singapore Debrief with ScabsF1 & Timo Glock
September 29, 2011
Duration: 1:04:59
The SingTel Singapore GP was another Seb Vettel classic. Jenson Button set fastest lap towards the end of the race in his McLaren-Mercedes but Red Bull's World Champion otherwise stole all the stats. He won the pole, he quickly disappeared from the pack and he led every lap. Behind, other races-within-races were taking place. Jenson Button won the battle for second place and Mark Webber beat Fernando Alonso into the lower podium position. What was it like, though, for the drivers in less competitive cars? Timo Glock, lead driver for Marussia Virgin F1, joins us live from Germany to discuss his weekend in Singapore, his season to date - and the team's new technical partnership with McLaren. We also discuss technical developments with the excellent Craig Scarborough, a familiar face on The Flying Lap and an engineer-journalist respected the full length of the F1 pit-lane for his attention to detail, constant creativity and lucid descriptions of the complicated.

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The Flying Lap, Episode 83: Singapore GP Preview
September 21, 2012
Duration: 1:03:29
Run under lights in the exotic "Jewel of the Orient", the Singapore Grand Prix has in its short, five-year life quickly established new standards in terms of race presentation, logistics and global approbation. In order to capture some of the flavour of this exotic event, we will be airing this week's show live from Singapore. We'll be talking about the atmosphere in the F1 paddock as the 2012 F1 World Championship approaches its increasingly tension-filled final phase and discussing possible outcomes. And, to accommodate the time difference between Singapore and Europe/the USA, we'll be doing so in a later time slot this week: the show airs on Thursday, rather than the usual Wednesday, and will do so at 11:00 ET (16:00 UK and 23:00 Singapore time).

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The Flying Lap, Episode 84: Singtel Singapore GP Debrief
September 28, 2012
Duration: 1:09:40
Already rated as one of the "classic" F1 races (despite its relatively short, five-year life), last Sunday's Singtel Singapore GP was memorable for a multitude of reasons. Lewis Hamilton was leading from the pole when his McLaren-Mercedes ground to a halt with an unusual gearbox failure. Despite recent reliability worries, Sebastian Vettel went on to score a decisive victory for Red Bull Racing-Renault - his first since Bahrain, back in April. Fernando Alonso earned more healthy points with a third place finish for Ferrari - but of course benefitted from the retirement of Lewis. Jenson Button upheld McLaren honour with a clean second-place finish; and Sahara Force India's Paul di Resta drove beautifully to finish fourth. We'll be talking about all this - and more - on Episode 84 with a variety of guests from different backgrounds. Otmar Szafnauer, CEO of Sahara Force India, fills in the details of his team's excellent weekend; from RenaultSport, Remi Taffin, Head of Track Operations, will be telling us how recent alternator problems were overcome in the build-up to Sev Vettel's win - and about that engine-melting retirement of Williams' Bruno Senna! I'll be talking, too, to Luiz Razia, the rapid Brazilian who has been winning races this year in GP2 and who recently tested for Sahara Force India. Like many young drivers out there, Luiz has F1 in the cross-hairs, and he'll be explaining how the young driver market works, 2012-style - and what it was like to race GP2 in Singapore.

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