MAX VERSTAPPEN is arguably one of the best F1 racers to have lived – but he has never had success in Singapore.
The Dutch superstar secured the all-time record in Italy by winning his 10th consecutive race.
Max Verstappen recorded a 10th consecutive win at the Italian GPRex
And as a result, Verstappen is now 145 points clear of his second-placed Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez.
But the F1 icon will need to break his Marina Bay duck if he is to continue this incredible form.
However, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso have other ideas as they battle it out for third place on the leaderboards.
When is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023?
The F1 Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 17.
It is expected to get underway from 1pm UK time – 8pm local time.
Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore will be the allocated track for this race and it can host a staggering 90,000 supporters.
Sergio Perez clinched first place on the podium in the 2022 edition.
What TV channel is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix 2023 on and can it be live streamed?
The Singapore Grand Prix will be broadcast LIVE on Sky Sports F1.
Subscription members of Sky Sports can stream the entire action on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website.
The race will also be available to NOW TV users via all mobile devices and tablets.
Alternatively, SunSport will have lap-by-lap coverage of the whole race including podium reaction.
Friday, September 15
Practice One – 10:30am BST
Practice Two – 2pm BST
Saturday, September 16
Practice Three – 10:30am BST
Qualifying – 2pm BST
Sunday, September 17
Grand Prix – 1pm BST
Complete F1 2023 race calendar – details on every Grand Prix this year
Here are the current F1 Driver standings:
Max Verstappen / Red Bull Racing / 364
Sergio Perez / Red Bull Racing / 219
Fernando Alonso / Aston Martin / 170
Lewis Hamilton / Mercedes / 164
Carlos Sainz / Ferrari / 117
Charles Leclerc / Ferrari / 111
George Russell / Mercedes / 109
Lando Norris / McLaren / 79
Lance Stroll / Aston Martin / 47
Pierre Gasly / Alpine / 37
Esteban Ocon / Alpine / 36
Oscar Piastri / McLaren / 36
Alexander Albon / Williams / 21
Nico Hulkenberg / Haas / 9
Valtteri Bottas / Alfa Romeo / 6
Zhou Guanyu / Alfa Romeo / 4
Yuki Tsounda / Alphatauri / 3
Kevin Magnussen / Haas / 2
Logan Sargeant / Williams / 0
Daniel Ricciardo / Alphatauri / 0
Nyck De Vries / Alphatauri / 0 OUT