Singapore Grand Prix – Key information:

Formula One returns this weekend after a two week hiatus, with Max Verstappen aiming to win his 11th race in a row at the Singapore Grand Prix. The Red Bull star comes into this weekend’s action off the back of a win at the Italian Grand Prixย – becoming the first driver ever to win 10 races in a row. Mail Sport breaks down everything you need to know ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix. The Singapore Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, September 17 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The Singapore Grand Prix is set to be shown live on Sky Sports F1 – with coverage starting at 11.30am. Channel 4 will also be showing highlights of the Dutch Grand Prix at 5.30pm. Mail Sport will also be providing live coverage of the Singapore Grand Prix so you can keep up-to-date with all the latest developments here.

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