Sebastian Vettel, thanks to his excellent strategy, received a showdown for both Ferrari racers and celebrated a major victory in the Singapore GP. Starting from the best starting position, Charles Leclerc lost the win due to a late stop and Monacan, visibly dissatisfied with Ferrari's strategy, had to settle for second place. Third place was occupied by Max Verstappen [Red Bull], who defended all Lewis Hamilton attacks at the end of the race.

Sebastian Vettel took advantage of a fresh start by taking advantage of the fresh tires and overtaking Charles Leclerc with a formidable exit lap. Monacan, who was visibly disappointed after losing the city, repeatedly reminded his team that Ferrari's strategy was not fair in his opinion.

Max Verstappen won third place, while Lewis Hamilton lost the podium after a failed Mercedes strategy. The current world champion had to contend with fourth place, with teammate Valtteri Bottas fifth.

Alexander Albon [Red Bull] finished sixth and Lando Norris [Mclaren] finished seventh

Pierre Gasly [Toro Rosso] also took the eighth place, with Nica Hulkenberg and Antonio Giovinazzi [Alfa Romeo] top ten.

BREAKING: Sebastian Vettel wins in Singapore!

It's his first F1 race to win since Spa in 2018

And Ferrari secures the first 1-2 finish in the event history # F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/ hd0VfEKJTw

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September , 2019


From the pole position, Charles Leclerc started sovereignly and easily retained the lead in the first corner. Lewis Hamilton started slightly worse and the Briton found himself under pressure from Sebastian Vettl in the first corner. The German tried to attack, but the Briton managed to retain second place.



Leclerc surges away from Hamilton in the lead # F1

# SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/ EQdGoC 34 ep

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September , 550

In the fight for seventh place, there was a collision between Carlos Sainz and Nic Hulkenberg, and both runners had to go to the boxing standings in the first round. Daniel Ricciardo and George Russell also collided and the Williams racer had to get boxed in due to a broken front wing.

A nightmare pit stop for Sainz means he's already a lap down ?

It was tagged by Hulkenberg at Turn 5 on the opening lap # F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/alCD3V9Wkv

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 550

Charles Leclerc was saving the tires with a slow pace and Lewis Hamilton followed him in a bad second. After the British, Verstappen, Bottas and Albon ranked at a similar interval. As expected, the rhythm of the race was extremely slow, with all the racers saving their tires.

V 20. The boxing stops were started by Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen. In the next round, the leading Leclerc started the tire change, but Sebastian Vettel overtook his team mate with an extremely fast exit lap. Lewis Hamilton stayed on the track until 27. laps, and the Brit also returned to the track for Max Verstappen.

LAP 19 / 44

Hamilton stays out, and Ferraris up the pace on fresh rubber # F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/KEfCG7Fm2r

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September

, 550

Antonio Giovinazzi took the lead in the race ahead of Pierre Gasly and Daniel Ricciard, and Sebastian Vettel was best in the fight to win.

LAP 34 / 44

Ricciardo and Giovinazzi collide ?

The Aussie limps back with a puncture, while our former race-leader makes a routine stop for tires # F1

# SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/WML9AooqaI

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 550

V 35. the lap had a collision between Romain George Russell and, because of a stopped Williams, he pulled a security car onto the track. Vettel led ahead of Leclerc, with Max Verstappen in third place.


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Grosjean and Russell collide, and the Williams is out

RUS: “******… I shouldn't be surprised” # F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/V12 BQfZX2I

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 550

The safety car pulled away after a few laps, and shortly after, Sergio Perez stopped along the track and the race was stopped again.


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It's a nightmare few laps for Racing Point ?

Perez pulls over on the back straight # F1

# SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/WuzunENLta

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 550

Not long after, we saw a third security car as Raikkonen and Kvyat collided in the first bend. The Finisher finished the race early with a broken suspension, and the new suspension of the race went heavily on the leader Sebastian Vettel.

No amount of steering wheels could make that wheel point the right way ? # F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/GONRLgkHFG

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 22,


By the end of the race, Vettel held the race lead with no major hassle and celebrated his first win of the season. Ferrari's Singapore success was complemented by Charles Leclerc's second place and Max Verstappen's third place.

1 5 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari
2 14 Charles Leclerc Ferrari
3 26 Max Verstappen Red Bull-Honda
4 36 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes
5 61 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes
6 20 Alexander Albon Red Bull-Honda
7 4 Lando Norris McLaren-Renault
8 (****************************************************************************************************) Pierre Gasly Toro Rosso-Honda
9 23 Nico Hulkenberg Renault
(****************************************************************************************************) 77 Antonio Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo-Ferrari
(***************************************************************************************************) 8 Romain Grosjean Haas-Ferrari
10 43 Carlos Sainz Jnr McLaren-Renault
11 16 Lance Stroll Racing Point-Mercedes
12 3 Daniel Ricciardo Renault
13 22 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso-Honda
14 63 Robert Kubica Williams-Mercedes
15 18
Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari 16 7 Kimi Raikkonen Alfa Romeo-Ferrari 17 (***************************************************************************************************) Sergio Perez Racing Point-Mercedes 18 55 George Russell Williams-Mercedes

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Hamilton Bottas
# F1 # SingaporeGP pic.twitter.com/ ddAgKSW4Fk

– Formula 1 (@ F1) September 19, 550

Oops # SingaporeGP # f1 # racing # crash


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September 19, 2019

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