F1 Singapore GP: Five things to know ahead of the night race

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"We know the Singapore Grand Prix is unpredictable, anything can happen, you just have to be ready and stay on your toes for the entire race".

Singapore will host a grand prix until at least 2021 after signing a new contract with Formula 1.

Being F1's only night event, the race has a completely different ambiance to those held during the day.

Meanwhile, Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton will enter the race this Sunday with a slim three-point lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, but he thinks he's going to have a "difficult weekend".

Nico Hülkenberg was delighted with the outcome of qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday, and will start from seventh on the grid on Sunday.

"We have a strong package here this weekend", said Hülkenberg. We can still be in the mix.

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"We think agreements should always reflect ongoing fair value between two parties and we're happy to have to build this sport if we want to receive increased value over time, to make sure we're delivering better and better events". "Maybe on a single lap we will have a better scenario and that is so important here", the three-time Formula One World Champion said, via the BBC. But it is a very challenging circuit here, getting the set-up right, getting the timing right, understanding the tyres.

The on-off engine saga between McLaren and Honda has come to an end, with the Woking-based team officially announcing a new deal with Renault.

"The F1 Singapore Grand Prix has generated significant benefits for our economy as well as the Formula 1 franchise", said Minister for Trade and Industry S Iswaran.

"Performance-wise, we are where we are", he said.

Haas driver Romain Grosjean said: "Fitness has evolved, but there is a high probability that we could get a heat shock and be in a pretty bad situation".

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