Formula One moves to Singapore, where Mercedes and Red Bull will once again take over as favorite, with Ferrari winning Monaco and Monza to the full. Despite the advantages on paper, Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff is convinced that the Ferrari will not be as powerless on the Singapore street lane as it was before the Budapest slow lane before summer.
While Charles Leclerc remained unbeaten on the fast lane in Spay and Monza, Ferrari had significantly more problems in slow Hungaoring, with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen fighting to win. In the Hungarian GP race, Sebastian Vettel was third behind the fat minute, however, Toto Wolff is confident that Ferrari will be significantly more competitive on the Singapore track.
We don't take anything for granted. We knew that the weekend at Spa and Monza would be very challenging for us, while Singapore would have to be much more relevant to us and Red Bull on paper. However, we are aware that they are not resting at Ferrari and I am sure that they will have a much better package in Singapore than they did in Hungary.