Singapore to host F1 World Championship until 2021

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Singapore Grand Prix: Circuit to host race until at least 2021

17 September, 2017

McLaren's Fernando Alonso on Thursday said he wanted to win with whichever Formula 1 team he races for in 2018.

Momentum is certainly with the Silver Arrows after the Italian Grand Prix, but given the tricky nature of the Marina Bay circuit and the many incidents we can expect, Hamilton and Company cannot afford to lose focus or rest easy. "The Singapore race is clearly a signature event, the spectacular skyline of Singapore lit up at night (with) a crowd that's truly from around the world".

"We wanted to thoroughly evaluate the medium-term prospects for F1 and the value a term extension could bring to Singapore", said Iswaran. "As always, I am hoping we can have a good result".

Singapore will continue to host Formula One races until 2021 after agreeing on a four-year deal on Friday.

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Carey called the race "most thrilling" as debuted in 2008, Singapore GP is the first ever night Grand Prix and one of the most attractive races.

I am looking forward to the race, although I know it will be very hot and humid, which makes it one of the most hard tracks.

Meanwhile, Lionel Yeo, Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board, stated that the race has provided an excellent platform for businesses to test bed new lifestyle initiatives and products.

Sebastian Vettel is the dominant driver in Singapore, having won it four times. Aside from being a street race, the Singapore GP is also known for holding a strong line-up of concerts as well as other entertainment shows.

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