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17 Sep 16:50 Thanks for joining us during the Singapore GP weekend! We'll return with live F1 coverage of the 2017 Malaysian GP from Sept 29 - Oct 1.
17 Sep 16:48 Lewis Hamilton profited from the early chaos to win the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix while title rival Sebastian Vettel lost huge ground after crashing out on the first lap.
17 Sep 16:07 Riccirdo in P2, Bottas in P3.
17 Sep 16:07 Victory for Hamilton and he is now 28points clear of Vettel.
17 Sep 16:03 LAST LAP!
17 Sep 15:56 That's 9 cars out of this race in total.
17 Sep 15:55 Magnussen out of the race too.
17 Sep 15:54 13 cars left on track, just 9mins left of the race.
17 Sep 15:47 Vandoorne told by engineers: 'Maximum focus now, let others make mistakes'
17 Sep 15:46 Just 17mins left of this race.
17 Sep 15:46 Just 17mins left of this race.
17 Sep 15:27 Massa pits for new tyres.
17 Sep 15:27 Safetyt car out for the third time. Sauber facing the wrong way!
17 Sep 15:26 Oops Ericsson has hit the wall
17 Sep 15:26 Oops Ericsson has hit the wall
FINISH Wow, that was a good one thanks to the early drama. Thanks for your company today and do join us again in a fortnight for the Malaysian GP.
FINISH Sainz claims his best-ever finish in Formula 1 as he takes the chequered flag in P4, ahead of Perez, Palmer, Vandroone, Stroll, Grosjean, Ocon, Massa and Wehrlein.
FINISH Ricciardo finishes second with Bottas completing the podium.
FINISH Lewis Hamilton wins the Singapore Grand Prix to increase his lead in the standings to 28 points over Vettel. It's his 60th GP win.
TIME UP We will have another lap as Hamilton crossed the line before the two hours were up.
Lap 56 Hamilton comes around for what looks like is the final lap. He will make it three wins in a row.
Lap 55 Hamilton puts in a fastest lap of 1:55.008. This could be the penultimate lap.
Lap 54 Bottas has managed to reduce the gap to Ricciardo to two seconds, but we have less than three minutes to go.
Lap 53 Perez is told that Palmer, who is behind him, is not under pressure, but the Mexican replies that 'I don't care about him, I want to put pressure on Sainz'.
Lap 53 We are into the final five minutes of the 2017 Singapore GP.
Lap 52 We only have 12 drivers in the race and Massa and Wehrlein are the ones who are set to miss out on points.
Lap 51 We have seven minutes to go in this race and it looks like it will be a Hamilton-Ricciardo-Bottas podium.
Lap 51 Sainz is on course for his best-ever finish in F1.
Lap 50 Magnussen's car lost MGU-K, but he managed to get the car back to the Haas garage.
Lap 49 Hulkenberg is out of the car and he is seventh driver to retire. Magnussen will join the list is told to 'slow down, slow down'. His reply is 'f**** sake'.
Lap 49 Hamilton reports something is flapping on the front tyre, but it looks like it is gone now.
Lap 48 A late pit stop for Hulkenberg. It looked good for the German at one stage as he was in the podium spots, but it looks like his race is done.
Lap 48 Hamilton's lead is 2.4s while Ricciardo is 2.0s ahead of Ricciardo. Sainz, meanwhile, is 1.5s clear of Perez.
Lap 47 The Grosjean, Hulkenberg, Ocon, Massa train have caught up with Stroll in P8.
Lap 46 Merc tell Hamilton that they want to keep the field compressed as they don't want to give anyone a free stop should there be another Safety Car, but Hamilton says he is not comfortable with that strategy and is told 'okay you dictate the pace'.
Lap 45 Some concerned faces in the Mercedes garage as Ricciardo has upped the pace again, but Hamilton now puts in a fastest lap.
Lap 45 We have just under 20 minutes to go in this race.
Lap 45 Ricciardo responds with a fastest lap and the gap is back up to two seconds.
Lap 44 Bottas has finally woken up from his slumber as he is only 1.3s behind Ricciardo in second place. Hamilton has 1.8s lead at the front.
Lap 44 DRS has been re-enabled again. The battle for P9 is the most interesting one as Grosjean has Hulkenberg, Ocon and Massa behind him.
Lap 44 It looks like we will only get 55 laps in before we hit the two-hour mark. Magnussen outbrakes himself and loses touch with the battle for P9.
Lap 43 Hamilton is already two seconds clear of Ricciardo.
Lap 43 Sainz is once again under pressure from Perez, but the Spaniard again holds firm. They are followed by Palmer and Vandoorne.
Lap 43 Here we go again and Hamilton is away without much problems and he is followed by Ricciardo and Bottas.
Lap 42 We only have 28 minutes left to complete this race. At least the crane has arrived and they are starting to move the Sauber.
Lap 41 And here is Kimi. He says he doesn't think he could've done anything differently. 'It's a shame.'
Lap 40 That Sauber of Ericsson is still stuck on the bridge. Hamilton asks 'where is everyone'.
Lap 40 Verstappen has finally talked to the media and he says 'I don't think it's a racing incident'.
Lap 40 Hamilton dropped to P10. Hamilton, Ricciardo, Bottas, Sainz and Perez have all stayed out.
Lap 39 Hulkenberg has decided to duck into the pits, but it's a slow one as they are refilling the hydraulics. He will drop way down the order.
Lap 39 Hamilton asks 'why another Safety Car? Surely the VSC'. Well Lewis, there is a car on the bridge.
Lap 39 Massa has stopped for a fresh set of tyres.
Lap 39 His car is on the bridge and they had to call for the Safety Car.
Lap 38 And we will have a third Safety Car.
Lap 38 Yellow flags in sector 2 and Ericsson's car is facing the wrong way.
Lap 38 Big lock-up from Bottas, but no serious damage done. He is 16s behind Ricciardo.
Lap 37 Hamilton tells the team that the pedal is getting a bit soft, but he is informed that brake temperatures are under control.
Lap 36 Still no way past Sainz for Perez. The Spaniard was given an update by his pit crew and his reply was 'shut up'.
Lap 36 Hamilton, Ricciardo and Bottas trade fastest laps.
Lap 35 Bottas has finally woken up as he posts a fastest lap of 1:49.018. He is still 15s behind Ricciardo.
Lap 35 Magnussen loses two places as first his team-mate Grosjean and then Ocon move past him.
Lap 34 Hulkenberg looked like he was still in with a shout of getting P3 from Bottas a few laps ago, but he has now dropped four second behind the Merc driver.
Lap 33 Again Perez tries to go on the inside and Sainz locks up, but somehow keeps it together and keeps P5.
Lap 33 Sainz-Perez are in the DRS zone, but the Toro Rosso driver is holding on, for now at least. Will Perez make another move at Turn 7.
Lap 33 Hamilton and Ricciardo are trading fastest laps at the front.
Lap 32 Perez is all over the back of Sainz. The Force India man tries to go on the outside at Turn 7, but the Spaniard stays ahead.
Lap 32 Hamilton puts the foot down and the 1:52.323 puts him eight second clear of Ricciardo, but the Red Bull man goes better on his lap with a 1:52.285.
Lap 31 Vandoorne goes on the inside of Palmer, but the Renault man fights back to reclaim P7. The McLaren man is not giving up though.
Lap 30 And after all that pit stop drama, Hamilton has a nine-second lead over Ricciardo while the Red Bull driver is 17s ahead of the second Merc of Bottas.
Lap 30 Palmer pits from second place and that sees Ricciardo move back into third place with Bottas third.
Lap 30 Hamilton is told 'box, box' and he makes his way into the pits. He should rejoin comfortably in the lead. Merc have gone for the ultra soft tyres. Safe and sound from Merc as the stop was 2.5s.
Lap 29 Hamilton is still going well on the inters as he posts another fastest lap of 1:58.469. Palmer, he who has lost his seat, is now P2.
Lap 29 Red Bull have reacted and Ricciardo is into the pits. Bottas also pits, as does Hulkenberg.
Lap 29 Fastest lap of 1:58 from Magnussen and it sees him move past his team-mate Grosjean and up to P10.
Lap 28 Hamilton, Ricciardo, Bottas, Hulkenberg and Perez have stayed out. For now at least.
Lap 28 It's a slow stop for Vandoorne as there is a problem with the front left.
Lap 28 Magnussen is starting to pick up pace and it's getting pretty busy in the pit lane, but Hamilton tells the team he is happy with the inters.
Lap 28 We still haven't reached the halfway stage of this race.
Lap 27 Williams asks Massa if the slicks are the correct call and he replies 'yes'. Williams immediately call Stroll into the pits to switch from inters to the ultra softs.
Lap 26 Hamilton has caught up with Massa on the slicks. He moves past the Williams without much fuss. Massa is looking uncomfortable on those tyres.
Lap 26 Hamilton puts in a 1:59.952 to move 6.8s clear of Ricciardo. Speaking of Ricciardo, he still doesn't think it is dry enough for slicks.
Lap 26 Okay all eyes will be on Magnussen and Massa now. The former rejoined in P13 and Massa in P14.
Lap 25 Okay Magnussen tells the team 'box now' and he is the first one to switch to slicks. It's the ultra softs. Massa is also into the pits.
Lap 25 Hulkenberg is told 'in the event of a Safety Car, we think slick tyres', but he replies 'I'm skeptical about that'.
Lap 25 Wow, 61 laps are a long way away.
Lap 24 Hamilton's lead is five seconds. It's much more interesting further down the track as Ocon is putting pressure on Magnussen in the battle over P11.
Lap 23 Some dry lines are now appearing on the track. Meanwhile in the paddock, Raikkonen is set to talk to the media.
Lap 23 Wehrlein pits from P15 and this will be an interesting stop for the rest of the pack. Actually it's not interesting as he switched from full wets to inters.
Lap 22 Massa has had a tough weekend, but he is up to P14 after going on the inside of Wehrlein. Next up for the Brazilian is the second Sauber of Ericsson.
Lap 21 A fastest lap of 2:00.985 from Hamilton puts him five seconds clear of Ricciardo, who in turn is 10s ahead of Bottas. It must be said, Bottas is having a very lonely race.
Lap 21 Vandoorne is up to P8 as he passes the Williams of Stroll, who looked up.
Lap 20 Hamilton says 'signs are still good, this track is drying very slow'.
Lap 20 DRS has been re-enabled and that should help Hulkenberg as he looks to take P4 from Sainz.
Lap 19 Ricciardo is asked about conditions and he says the 'wet parts are still too wet'.
Lap 19 Hulkenberg is now all over the back of Sainz. Remember the two will be team-mates next season.
Lap 18 Hamilton has built another handy three-second lead over Ricciardo while Bottas is five seconds behind the Red Bull driver.
Lap 18 Massa pits as the change from wets to intermediates.
Lap 17 A right old scrap here between Magnussen, Ocon and Massa over P11. Massa and Magnussen first make contact, but they keep it out of the wall. And then Ocon decides he wants a piece of the action as well. Massa started the scrap in P11 and by the end of it he was down in P13.
Lap 17 Massa and Magnussen made contact.
Lap 16 Magnussen gets past Ocon at Turn 14 and he is up to P12. So it's Grosjean, Massa, Magnussen and Ocon.
Lap 16 Grosjean has three cars behind him as Massa, Ocon and Magnussen fight over P10.
Lap 16 Sainz and Hulkenberg get slightly out of shape at the chicane, but they keep it on track. Stroll now locks up just before Turn 2 and Vandoorne is looking to pounce.
Lap 15 It is Hamilton from Ricciardo, Bottas, Sainz, Hulkenberg, Perez, Palmer, Stroll, Vandoorne and Massa.
Lap 15 Perez is all over the back of Hulkenberg. They are scrapping over P5 with Palmer not far behind.
Lap 15 Away we go again and Hamilton makes a good getaway. Sainz is putting pressure on Bottas, who is P3.
Lap 14 Hamilton tries to back the pack up, but Ricciardo is very close. He was actually ahead of the Merc a few seconds ago.
Lap 14 Vettel is asked about the accident, he says 'he didn't see that much, the next thing I saw was Kimi hitting Max'.
Lap 14 The Safety Car will be in on this lap.
Lap 14 They are still removing debris from the track following Kvyat's shunt. Looks like we will hit the two-hour race mark here.
Lap 13 Hamilton asks the team 'did everyone change tyres except me? Don't think that was a good idea'.
Lap 13 A bit of contact between Vandoorne and Massa as they came out of the pits at the same time.
Lap 13 It's Hamilton, Ricciardo, Bottas, Sainz, Hulkenberg, Perez, Palmer.
Lap 13 Hulkenberg does now go into the pits and they will put the intermediates on. Palmer is also going in.
Lap 13 Hamilton and Hulkenberg opted to stay out. The former is on the inters and the Force India driver is on the full wets.
Lap 12 The other STR of Sainz also goes off track, but he keeps it out of the wall.
Lap 12 Kvyat locked up and he went into the wall. Ricciardo pits from second place and puts on another set of inters. Perez also pits.
Lap 11 Here comes the Safety Car again.
Lap 11 We have another accident as Kvyat has smashed into the wall, just seconds after passing Magnussen. 'I am sorry guys, I am sorry'.
Lap 11 Hamilton's lead is still just over five seconds while Hulkenberg has now dropped 11s off Ricciardo in second place.
Lap 10 A disappointed Vettel is ready to talk to the press. They just showed replays of the Ferrari team principal's reaction after the Vettel crash. He wasn't happy.
Lap 10 By the way, this was only the fourth time in F1 history that the top three took each other out at the start. Hope that makes sense.
Lap 9 Sainz goes on the inside of Ocon and he makes it stick. The Toro Rosso driver moves up to P8. Vandoorne is ahead of him now, but he is 3.5s ahead.
Lap 9 The rain has stopped and the track is drying up. Alonso drops another couple of places and he is now P17. The Spaniard is told he needs to retire the car.
Lap 8 Sainz struggling to get past Ocon here. Still no DRS.
Lap 8 A couple of back-to-back fastest laps from Hamilton puts him five seconds clear of Ricciardo, who in turn has a six-second lead over Hulkenberg.
Lap 8 Sainz is now all over the back of Ocon. The former is on inters and Ocon on the full wet tyres.
Lap 7 Alonso lose two places in the blink of an eye as he drops to P14 after the two Williams cars fly past him. And it is more bad news for him as he is informed that 'we have lost data from the car'.
Lap 7 Stroll putting some pressure on Alonso while the second Williams of Massa is not far behind this scrap.
Lap 7 Hamilton and Ricciardo are on the inters then you have Hulkenberg, Perez and Palmer on the wets with Bottas also on the inters.
Lap 6 Sainz goes off the the track, but he keeps it together and is back on.
Lap 6 It's Hamilton from Ricciardo, Hulkenberg, Perez, Palmer, Bottas, Vandoorne, Ocon, Magnussen and Kvyat.
Lap 6 Vandoorne, though, has a bit of a slide as he tries to up the ante behind Bottas.
Lap 5 Bottas is not getting away here as Vandoorne and Ocon are putting pressure on the Mercedes driver.
Lap 5 And we are back underway at Singapore. Hamilton gets away from Ricciardo with Hulkenberg behind them. Well, well, well. Palmer catches Bottas napping on the inside he is up to P5.
Lap 4 Okay the Safety Car is in at the end of this lap.
Lap 4 Hamilton reminded that 'this race is all about getting the car home in one piece'. And the reply was 'I realise that and I'll try my best'. Surely he will be smiling underneath his helmet.
Lap 4 Replays from Hamilton's car shows Vettel losing it ahead of him after the contact with Verstappen and then going off track. It looked like a case of damage limitation for Merc, but suddenly they are looking at a potential race win.
Lap 3 Poor Alonso as well. He also made an excellent start, but got smashed into the wall. He is still on track though.
Lap 3 Verstappen talking with Horner on the pit lane. He actually looked calm there, but he must be seething on the inside. Safety Car and cars are still going through the pit lane.
Lap 3 Wow, still in shock here. The Safety Car is driving through the pit lane, FYI, due to the debris on the track.
Lap 3 Actually Alonso is still on the track, but his car is badly damaged. Verstappen and Raikkonen have made their way back to the pits. The Dutchman is not happy. That's his seventh retirement of the season.
Lap 3 Okay it is Hamilton from Ricciardo, Hulkenberg, Perez, Bottas, Palmer, Vandoorne, Ocon, Sainz and Magnussen.
Lap 2 By the way, Alonso is also out as he found himself smashed against the wall.
Lap 2 Ferrari shot themselves in the foot. Poor Verstappen as he really was the meat in the sandwich there. Vettel came across to cover while Raikkonen went on the outside.
Lap 2 Lewis Hamilton is leading the race!
Lap 2 Okay so Vettel and Raikkonen sandwiched Verstappen and then they made contact and all three went spinning.
Lap 1 Safety Car is out.
Lap 1 Vettel has lost his front wing, but he has turned his car around and he is driving again.
Lap 1 Raikkonen and Verstappen are both out. Vettel is going the wrong way.
Lap 1 Ready, steady, lights out in Singapore and away we go! Oh my word. Raikkonen, Vettel and Verstappen all made contact. Carnage.
20:02 A few comments coming in from the drivers, but it looks like we will have a normal start.
20:01 It looks quite wet in a few corners and the spray will affect the visibility.
20:00 Okay the formation lap is underway and this will give us plenty of information about the track. Quite a bit of spray.
19:59 Raikkonen is already questioning if intermediates are the way to go.
19:58 The top six drivers, Vettel, Verstappen, Ricciardo, Raikkonen, Hamilton and Bottas, are on the intermediates. Hulkenberg, Alonso, Vandoorne on full wets.
19:56 Haas F1 reports "there could be another 35-minutes of rain here in Singapore".
19:55 So the big question now is intermediates or wet weather tyres? All will be revealed soon.
19:52 Lewis, who is holding a brollie, is making his way to the car. Merc have decided to put up a gazebo to keep things a bit dry.
19:50 Of course, we the spectators and fans would love some rain, but there is concern for the drivers as it will affect visibility, something which Ross Brawn and Romain Grosjean have mentioned.
19:45 The drivers have gathered on the grid and it is time for the national anthem. And yes, it is raining quite hard now.
19:40 The rain is coming down a bit harder now.
19:33 The humidity levels are currently 76% and the air temperature is 29 degrees Celsius while the track is 34 degrees.
19:32 A one-stop strategy is the way to go today if it is dry, but a wet race could throw that out of the window.
19:30 Aaaand the pit lane is now open. The Force Indias are the first ones out. Next you have the Saubers of Wehrlein and Ericsson. Here comes Alonso.
19:26 Oooh a bit of thunder as well now.
19:26 Back to real news, Race Control says the rain, which is pretty light, will stop about 15m before the race starts.
19:23 In other news, and we know these are the sort of stories that you want to read (stop rolling your eyes at the back), Hamilton has revealed he has become a vegan.
19:20 Ooooh, it is raining at the Marina Bay. Could be fun.
19:20 More questions? Will Verstappen be able to get ahead of Vettel at the start? Will Hamilton be able to make up places from P5? Verstappen is desperate to get a good result a bad string of results, most through no fault of his own. A Verstappen-Vettel battle at the start could be tasty.
19:17 Back to today's race, but sticking with Perez. Will Perez and Ocon stay out of each other's way? They are separated by Kvyat, he who also likes a tussle or two.
19:15 Finally onto some other news and Perez has signed a new one-year deal with Force India and Palmer has been offered lots of cash to leave Renault after today's race.
19:13 Jolyon Palmer, he who only found out via the Internet that he has lost his Renault place to Sainz, is P11 with Sergio Perez next to him. Then you have Daniil Kvyat, Esteban Ocon, Romain Grosjean, Kevin Magnussen, Felipe Massa, Lance Stroll, Pascal Wehrlein and Marcus Ericsson.
19:10 No, we didn't make a mistake, both McLarens are in the top 10. Maybe they should've announced the Honda split a long time ago.
19:08 Championship leader Hamilton starts on the third row of the grid alongside his Merc team-mate Valtteri Bottas and Nico Hulkenberg, Fernando Alonso, Stoffel Vandoorne and Carlos Sainz complete the top 10.
19:07 We do keep our promises so here is the grid. Red Bull have been pacey all weekend and Max Verstappen will start next to Vettel on the grid while his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo and the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen occupy the second row.
19:07 We do keep our promises so here is the grid. Red Bull have been pacey all weekend and Max Verstappen will start next to Vettel on the grid while his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo and the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen occupy the second row.
19:05 Before we tell you the full grid, we are sure you are more interested in where the other title contender, Lewis Hamilton, starts. Well, there are three cars between the Mercedes driver and Vettel. And on a street circuit that is A LOT. The rest of the grid will follow, promise.
19:03 In case you missed qualifying yesterday, Sebastian Vettel starts P1 and he will be gunning for a fifth race win in Singapore. We'll give you the full grid in a bit.
19:00 Greetings and welcome to our live coverage of the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix under lights at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. This grand prix marks the 14th race of the current season.
15:04 Hulkenberg, Alonso, Vandoorne and Sainz complete the top ten. Make sure to join us for the race tomorrow!
15:04 Vettel improves by a tenth and secures his fourth pole position at a track he dearly loves! Then comes Verstappen and Ricciardo in P2 and P3, with Raikkonen settling for P4. Hamilton improves but still can't budge from P5. Bottas completes the third row.
15:03 No improvement from Verstappen, who starts in P2 because...
15:02 And four tenths down in S2....
15:00 But Max is trailing both Ferraris after the first sector...
14:59 Verstappen is the first to launch his final crack at what would be a maiden pole position.
14:57 Heading into the final runs, the provisional grid is 1. Sebastian Vettel 2. Max Verstappen 3. Daniel Ricciardo 4. Kimi Raikkonen 5. Lewis Hamilton 6. Valtteri Bottas 7. Fernando Alonso 8. Stoffel Vandoorne 9. Nico Hulkenberg 10. Carlos Sainz.
14:53 And it's Vettel on provisional pole with a stonking lap of a 1:39.699! Talk about turning the engine up. He is a tenth clear of Verstappen of Ricciardo in P2 and P3. Hamilton languishing down in P5 and needs to find half a second on his final hot lap.
14:51 Trouble for Hamilton as his tyre sensors aren't working properly. Not the ideal prep for a hot lap!
14:48 It's time for the top 10 shoot-out! This should be fascinating and looks to be a straight fight between Red Bull and Ferrari at this stage. We all know that Hamilton is capable of a special lap but the Mercedes car is currently in diva mode.
14:43 Out in Q2: Palmer, Perez, Kvyat, Ocon and Grosjean.
14:42 But another new track record for Verstappen who sets a 1:40.332! Ricciardo is within a tenth in P3. Raikkonen, Vettel, who doe not improve, and Hamilton complete the top five.
14:42 Raikkonen, meanwhile, improves and is up to P2.
14:41 Hulkenberg goes up to P7 and puts Palmer in the drop zone, but he's still on a hot lap...
14:40 Alonso is out of the drop zone for now with a 1:41.4
14:37 Here we go then...the cars are re-emerging with 2:30 left in the session.
14:34 Drivers preparing for the final hot laps of Q2 with everyone back in the garage. Alonso, Perez, Kvyat, Ocon and Grosjean are in the elimination zone, with the latter yet to set a time.
14:32 It's alternating Red Bull and Ferrari cars in the top four currently, with Stoffel Vandoorne splitting the two Mercs in P6!
14:30 But Verstappen goes even quicker with a 1:40.3! Game on.
14:29 Ferrari are turning the engines up and Vettel has set a new track record with a 1:40.5.
14:25 Green lights again for the 15-minute Q2 session. Another five drivers will be eliminated here and you can fully expect the lap times to keep on tumbling given how quickly the track conditions changed once some more rubber was put down.
21:20 Out in Q1: Magnussen, Massa, Stroll, Wehrlein, Ericsson.
21:18 Track conditions are improving all the time, as proven by Sainz up to P3 and Palmer up to P5 on their final hot laps of Q1.
21:15 As Grosjean is the latest to give the Turn 21 a big kiss, in the danger zone at the moment: Ericsson, Magnussen, Wehrlein, Stroll, Massa.
21:14 Kvyat's Toro Rosso is going up in smoke on his return to the pits. He is back in the garage and the mechanics look like they have the problem under control.
21:13 Improvement from Hamilton but it's still not enough to see him move from P3. He's four tenths off the pace.
21:11 After the first hot laps of the night, it's Red Bull who are still setting the standard. Verstappen and Ricciardo, P1 and P2 respectively, are in the 1:42.0 range.
21:09 Massa has hit the wall at Turn 21 even harder and picked up a puncture on the right rear tyre. The suspension looks like it is broken, too.
21:07 Some oil residue from another race means the track is very slippy, especially in the final sector. Alonso finds that out very quickly as he kisses the wall on the exit of Turn 21.
21:04 Brief yellow flags in Sector 2 as Romain Grosjean misses the braking point and heads down the exit road. Kimi Raikkonen sets the early pace with a 1:44.060, six tenths quicker than Sebastian Vettel in P2.
21:00 Green lights! Five drivers will be eliminated in this 18-minute session.
20:57 Still no sign of any rain that was reported to come earlier in the week. But darkness has descended on Singapore at the bright spotlights are all full beam. It's still very hot and humid with air temps still up at 28 degrees.
20:50 There is a last-minute scramble in the Red Bull garage with the steering columns changed in both cars. Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen have both ensured Red Bull have topped the timesheets in every session so far, but the signs are there that Ferrari and Mercedes are both ready to pile on the pressure.
20:45 It was pretty quiet compared to the avalanche of news which dropped in between the two sessions yesterday. The only news of note is Marcus Ericsson is set for a five-place grid drop after needing a new gearbox fitting following his crash in FP3.
20:36 A little over a tenth separated the top three of Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in an ultra-competitive FP3, while the top nine were covered by less than a second. We would like plenty more of that thank you very much.
20:30 Hello and welcome back to the Marina Bay circuit for the qualifying session. Q1 gets underway at 2100 local time.
19:00 And there's the chequered flag. It is still Red Bull leading the way, with Max Verstappen this time, but both Ferrari and Mercedes have woken up and breathing right down their necks. Strong sessions for McLaren and Renault in what promises to be a very competitive qualifying session. Join us again at 2030 local time.
18:56 Hamilton finally has a clear track to work with and sets the quickest middle sector of anyone. He crosses the line and gets to within two tenths of Verstappen. Alonso and Vandoorne, all of a sudden, are up to P4 and P5 respectively!
18:54 And now gearbox issues for issues for Verstappen. "It's shifting by itself," he reports. He also gently nurses his Red Bull back to the garage.
18:52 Verstappen responds by going quickest in the second and third sectors and shaving 0.072s off Vettel's best. Ricciardo, though, appears to have damaged his bargeboard after hitting the wall on the exit of Turn 10. "I'll bring it back slowly," he says on team radio.
18:49 Finally some signs of improvement from Mercedes. Hamilton is up to P3 and half a second off the pace set by Vettel. Bottas meanwhile has just been knocked down to P6 as Hulkenberg squeaks into P5 with the fastest third sector of anyone so far.
18:45 Alonso is finally out on track and puts in a stonker of lap to go up to P4 and quicker than both Mercedes cars.
18:43 And it's Vettel who responds to the pace of the Red Bulls and goes quickest with a 1:41.919 - three tenths faster than Verstappen.
18:43 A few mind games from Ferrari as Raikkonen holds up Hamilton just as they are about to begin their latest hot laps. Getting a part of clear track is going to very difficult in these closing stages.
18:41 Green lights! The queue of cars make their way out from the pit lane. Fernando Alonso has still yet to post a time in this session, but it's not because of an engine problem like you're probably thinking. On this occasion, it is due to a broken barge board.
18:39 The session will restart in two minutes' time with 19 minutes remaining. Cue a mad scramble.
18:32 Red flag! Marcus Ericsson has hit the wall and lost his rear wing. In fact, the whole back of his car looks a real mess. That could be a gearbox change and a subsequent grid penalty.
18:31 Ricciardo closes the gap to his team-mate to two tenths. There is also improvement from Bottas who leaps up to P4, but he is nearly 1.5 seconds slower than the Red Bulls out in front.
18:29 A decent early show from Renault, too, as Hulkenberg slots into P4. Hamilton and Bottas are way off the pace and are currently down in P9 and P12 respectively.
18:27 But Max Verstappen is off to a flying start! He is almost second quicker than Vettel with a 1:42.249.
18:25 Here come the Red Bulls for the first time today...Ricciardo shoots up to P2 and narrows the gap to Vettel to three tenths.
18:22 Force India, armed with their new stegosaurus fin, were delighted with their Friday running and are off to another promising start here with Perez up to P2 and seven tenths off the pace. Ocon is P3, a further tenth behind.
18:20 Improvement from Raikkonen who takes P2, but he is only a few hundredths of a second quicker than Hamilton.
18:16 Hamilton goes up to P2 with his first hot lap, but is nearly a second slower than Vettel and his Mercedes W08 is wriggling around all over the place on this tight, narrow street circuit.
18:13 Vettel goes a second quicker than anyone else so far with a 1:43.237, but not without kissing the wall at Turn 21. Another close call!
18:09 Out comes Bottas for a first look at the track and he begins his first timed lap of the day on ultrasoft tyres. He posts a 1:45.222 which is 4.4s slower than Ricciardo's quickest yesterday.
18:05 Only a few installation laps have been completed at this stage. The Mercedes duo in particular in no rush to head out.
18:00 We have green lights. Vettel and Raikkonen are among the early risers with plenty of work to do today after Friday's poor show.
17:55 There were reports of rain to come at the Marina Bay circuit, but no sign of it just yet. It is currently overcast but still very humid with air temps around 30 degrees.
17:50 Meanwhile, it was largely a day to forget for Ferrari pair Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel, who finished P9 and P11 respectively in FP2. Both drivers, though, are confident of improvement as the weekend develops.
17:42 Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas had to settle for second best in FP2 yesterday, but the World Championship leader has said "nothing is out of reach" for the team this weekend despite Red Bull's strong start.
17:37 Daniel Ricciardo topped both practice sessions on Friday and said it came as no surprise to see Red Bull dominate in the manner that they did. The Aussie was over half a second quicker than team-mate Max Verstappen in FP2.
17:30 Hello and welcome to FP3 for the Singapore Grand Prix. Friday practices were dominated off track by confirmed engine deals and on the track by the Red Bulls, which looked mighty around the Marina Bay street circuit. Can they continue to set the standard ahead of qualifying later? We'll start to find out in 30 minutes' time.
22:00 And there's the chequered flag. Red Bull picking up where they left off in FP1 with Daniel Ricciardo continuing to lead the way out in front from Max Verstappen. Join us again tomorrow for FP3 and qualifying...
21:57 As we approach the chequered flag, there's the usual lock-ups from the Haas cars who still clearly have brake issues to work through.
21:52 Both Hamilton and Vettel are now lapping in the high 1:46s on the soft tyres.
21:45 A sneak peek at the some of the most recent long run laps: Daniel Ricciardo, ultrasofts: 1:46.840, Max Verstappen, supersofts: 1:46.827, Sebastian Vettel, softs: 1:46.977, Valtteri Bottas, supersofts 1:47.460, Kimi Raikkonen, ultrasofts 1:46.997, Lewis Hamilton, softs, 1:48.368.
21:39 A quick dash of the brakes from Sergio Perez as he almost gets released from the pits straight into Vettel's Ferrari.
21:35 Red Bull are continuing to impress in the long runs with Ricciardo setting the pace and lapping around the 1:45.9 mark. In comparison, Bottas is struggling for rhythm and is a couple of seconds down on the Aussie.
21:29 All the drivers are back out on track now with Vandoorne, Raikkonen and Stroll the only ones currently in the pits. 30 minutes remaining.
21:25 Don't expect much change on the leaderboard now as attention swiftly turns to the high-fuel long runs.
21:20 Not much in the way of track action as we reach the halfway point of the session. Many drivers using the opportunity while new tyres are fitted to take on some fluids in these hot and humid conditions.
21:15 The Virtual Safety Car comes briefly into effect as Vettel hits the Tecpro barrier on the exit of Turn 10. He has hit it quite hard and his car is undergoing a thorough check over back in the garage.
21:12 We have yet to see what Ferrari are bringing to the table...and we're going to have to wait a little longer as Marcus Ericsson impedes Sebastian Vettel's latest attempt at a flying lap.
21:08 Ricciardo extends his advantage at the top, going half a second clear than Verstappen who has hauled himself back up to P2. Hamilton and Bottas follow in P3 and P4.
21:03 Hamilton and Ricciardo are both on flying laps now with ultras booted. on. Hamilton is goes to P1, but only very briefly as Ricciardo manages to go three tenths quicker.
20:59 Bottas is up to P2, just 0.027s slower than Ricciardo but on the quicker ultrasoft tyres.
20:55 A strong lap from Nico Hulkenberg in the Renault, rising up to P3 on the ultras and three tenths off the pace.
20:52 The Red Bull duo are on the supersofts at the moment. with Hamilton and Vettel, now P3 and P4 respectively, on the slower soft tyres. Stoffel Vandoorne is P5 with the quickest ultra tyres strapped on.
20:48 Ricciardo and Verstappen continue to trade blows at the top and now the Dutchman has wrestled P1 away from his team-mate with a 1:42.077 - a new track record.
20:40 Red Bull are wasting no time in asserting themselves at the top of the leaderboard. Ricciardo leads Verstappen with Hamilton currently in P3, one place above Alonso.
20:36 Some early struggles for Mercedes on what is still a very green track. Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton have both had offs, with the former very lucky not to find the barrier.
20:30 And we're off! Soon to be Renault's Carlos Sainz is eager to get on with it after making way for Sean Galael in FP1.
20:26 Daniel Ricciardo set a new track record on his way to topping the FP1 timesheets earlier on. But conditions are much more representative now of what is to come for qualifying and the race. Darkness has descended on the Marina Bay circuit and the spotlights are beaming.
20:15 Oh, FP2 starts in 15 minutes by the way...
20:15 What is left to be confirmed is who Red Bull's engine suppliers are going to be after 2018, but Christian Horner has hinted that could be Aston Martin and not Honda or Porsche as previously rumoured. There is also a seat potentially available at Williams, while Toro Rosso and Sauber also have slots to fill. Fernando Alonso is also yet to confirm his 2018 intentions but is expected to stay with McLaren now they have ditched Honda.
20:05 So McLaren and Honda have finally divorced, with McLaren joining forces with Renault and Honda now moving across to Toro Rosso. As compensation for allowing that to happen, Renault have signed Carlos Sainz on a year-long loan deal next season and will replace the outgoing Jolyon Palmer.
20:00 Hello and welcome back for FP2 after one of the busiest intervals ever. Most of the dominoes for next season and beyond have all tumbled down since FP1...
18:02 Join us again in two hours for tonight's second practice under the lights at the Marina Bay circuit. Cheers.
18:01 Ricciardo ends quickest of all with a new lap record, a tenth up on Vettel and 0.121s up on Verstappen. Hamilton is fourth.
18:00 The chequered flag is out...
17:58 The FIA have warned drivers about cutting the corner at Turn 2 to gain an advantage, and have installed a bollard that the drivers have to go around. Grosjean does just that.
17:56 Interestingly both Grosjean in 15th and Giovinazzi in 16th have only run the supersoft tyres in this session. Strange choice by Haas.
17:53 As the natural light fades and the lights take effect, Hamilton goes up the escape road at Turn 14
17:52 Bottas reports that the "rear end is undriveable." Up side, apparently the front is good!
17:48 Toro Rosso tester Gelael is up to 18th place as he edges the Sauber drivers.
17:46 14 minutes remaining in FP1.
17:42 Vettel is up to second place, a tenth down on Ricciardo's best.
17:39 Alonso was asked if he wanted another run, he replies: "No, please no!"
17:37 With 20-odd minutes remaining we have a Red Bull 1-2 ahead of Mercedes with Ferrari next in line. Vettel in fifth is 1.2s off the pace.
17:34 Stroll is out of practice as his FW40 requires a new gearbox.
17:33 Verstappen ups his pace but that doesn't stop Ricciardo from taking P1 off his team-mate, a 1:42.4 for the Aussie.
17:29 Giovinazzi has a near miss with the wall as he slides the Haas through the corner. Kevin Magnussen would have shut his eyes for a moment there!
17:28 Verstappen is back in front, a 1:42.805 for the Red Bull driver, who edges Hamilton by 0.099s.
17:25 No power for Alonso but he's told the "harvest" will come back. The good news - McLaren are holding a press conference between FP1 and FP2 during which they are expected to confirm that they're splitting with Honda and signing with Renault.
17:21 Bottas reports that his tyres "are gone."
17:20 Another lap from Hamilton but it is down on his previous best, and Bottas is a well off the pace on his sixth lap on the ultras.
17:19 There is work going on at Ferrari on Raikkonen's brakes and front suspension.
17:16 Will be interesting to see if unlike Bottas he can put in a second and quicker flying lap on the ultras.
17:15 Hamilton goes quickest with a 1:42.9.
17:14 Bottas is unable to better his previous time, up in the first sector, personal best in the second, but he loses time in the third.
17:12 Hamilton follows his team-mate out on the ultras.
17:11 Bottas is out on the ultras, the first Mercedes driver to switch to the purple tyres. He slides into second place behind Verstappen.
17:08 Vettel is up to third place on the ultrasofts.
17:07 "I've got a problem with the engine" reports Stroll as he heads back into the Williams garage.
17:05 Ericsson is the next to venture up an escape road and reports that his brakes are a "bit hot."
17:04 A Red Bull 1-2 as Ricciardo goes second, 0.386s down on his team-mate.
17:01 Verstappen hits the front in the RB13 on the ultras, a 1:44 flat for the Dutchman.
16:59 Palmer "lost" the brake pedal for a moment but says it is "okay". He's half way up the escape road.
16:55 Hamilton has edged Bottas at the top of the timesheets, a 1:44.236 for the Brit. Perez, running the ultras, goes third with Raikkonen, also on the purple tyres, fifth. Hamilton and Bottas are still running the supersofts.
16:53 Can't be too much of an issue as Hulkenberg is up to second place. He is running the ultrasoft tyres.
16:52 Yikes, hours ahead of the expected McLaren to Renault announcement, and Hulkenberg has an engine issue - and a near miss with the wall!
16:50 Vandoorne, Perez and Gelael have all made their mark on the timesheet but are over two seconds - or in Gelael's case six - off Bottas' P1 time.
16:48 A 1:46.3 is the new benchmark, again set by Bottas, while Hamilton closes in on his team-mate, 0.2s down.
16:45 Gelael is back out on track in the Toro Rosso, he is replacing Sainz for this session.
16:44 Bottas lowers his time to a 1:46.8 and Haimlton is 2.6s slower. Both are lapping on the supersoft tyres.
16:43 A 1:48.7 for Bottas as the afternoon's first lap time.
16:40 Valtteri Bottas, with a new Mercedes contract for 2018, is out on track and Hamilton joins his team-mate.
16:38 But it is really Force India's engine cover that is catching the eye as it is sporting hundreds of little wings, running to the left and right of the cover. It looks like a comb.
16:37 Ricciardo puts in a lap with the Halo bolted onto his RB13.
16:34 Palmer, who may nor may not be competing in his final race, or final season, heads out along with Esteban Ocon, Daniel Ricciardo, Felipe Massa, Romain Grosjean, Lance Stroll and Antonio Giovinazzi.
16:33 After a bit of rain earlier in the day, Vandoorne is told that the track is completely dry.
16:31 Vettel is the first man out ahead of Pascal Wehrlein, Kimi Raikkonen, Marcus Ericsson, Sean Gelael, Daniil Kvyat and Stoffel Vandoorne. Fernando Alonso and Nico Hulkenberg join the action.
16:30 Green light and FP1 is underway at the 5.065km Marina Bay circuit...
16:26 Air temperature is 29'C, track is up to 33'C and it is very humid - 70% - ahead of FP1.
16:22 What we have heard is that Singapore has signed a new four-year deal so it will be on the calendar through to 2021. And we've also heard, at least in rumour format, that Red Bull won't extend their relationship with Red Bull when their contract expires at the end of 2018.
16:21 The build-up to this weekend's race was all about the expected McLaren to Renault, Toro Rosso to Honda, Carlos Sainz to Renault, and Jolyon Palmer out of F1 announcements. None of those, though, have been made. In fact Fernando Alonso has come out saying it will still be a few weeks before he makes a decision on his future.
16:14 The nature of the circuit with its tight twisty corners, general low speed, and high downforce suits Ferrari's F1 cars better than Mercedes. And yet, saying that, it is Mercedes who are chasing their third Singapore win in four years.
16:11 Formula 1 arrived in Singapore with a new championship leader after Lewis Hamilton took over at the front in Monza. Back-to-back wins saw the Mercedes driver edge Sebastian Vettel by three points. It is, however, Ferrari who many are predicting will be the team to beat this weekend.
16:00 Welcome to Singapore, F1's first foray into night race back in 2008 and one of the most successful events on the calendar. This is the build-up to FP1.
Driver Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:46.674 2:03:23.543 4
2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:46.707 4.507 5
3 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:46.726 8.800 4
4 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:47.843 22.822 4
5 Sergio Perez Force India 1:47.681 25.359 5
6 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:48.227 26.371 5
7 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:47.207 30.388 5
8 Lance Stroll Williams 1:48.699 41.696 4
9 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:48.375 43.282 4
10 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:48.142 44.795 6
11 Felipe Massa Williams 1:47.055 46.536 6
12 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber 1:49.061 2 LAPS 6
R Sebastian Vettel Ferrari RETIRED 58 LAPS 0
R Max Verstappen Red Bull RETIRED 58 LAPS 0
R Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari RETIRED 58 LAPS 0
R Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport RETIRED 10 LAPS 7
R Fernando Alonso McLaren RETIRED 50 LAPS 4
R Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso RETIRED 48 LAPS 3
R Kevin Magnussen Haas RETIRED 8 LAPS 7
R Marcus Ericsson Sauber RETIRED 23 LAPS 6
Driver Standings
1 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:39.491 - 4
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:39.814 0.323 4
3 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:39.840 0.349 4
4 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:40.069 0.578 5
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:40.126 0.635 4
6 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:40.810 1.319 4
7 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:41.013 1.522 6
8 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:41.179 1.688 6
9 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:41.398 1.907 6
10 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:42.056 2.565 5
10 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:42.107 1.728 3
Driver Standings
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:40.332 - 2
2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:40.385 0.053 2
3 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:40.525 0.193 2
4 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:40.529 0.197 2
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:40.577 0.245 2
6 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:41.227 0.895 4
7 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:41.277 0.945 4
8 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:41.409 1.077 2
9 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:41.442 1.11 4
10 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:41.826 1.494 4
11 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:42.107 1.775 3
12 Sergio Perez Force India 1:42.246 1.914 3
13 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:42.338 2.006 4
14 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:42.760 2.428 3
14 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:43.756 1.746 1
15 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:43.883 3.551 4
15 Lance Stroll Williams 1:44.745 2.735 2
15 Felipe Massa Williams 1:44.014 2.004 1
Driver Standings
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:42.010 - 1
2 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:42.063 0.053 1
3 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:42.086 0.076 1
4 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:42.176 0.166 2
5 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:42.222 0.212 1
6 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:42.455 0.445 1
7 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:42.472 0.462 2
8 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:42.544 0.534 2
9 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:42.586 0.576 1
10 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:43.137 1.127 1
11 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:43.328 1.318 1
12 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:43.336 1.326 1
13 Sergio Perez Force India 1:43.594 1.584 1
14 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:43.626 1.616 1
15 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:43.627 1.617 1
16 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:43.756 1.746 2
17 Felipe Massa Williams 1:44.014 2.004 2
18 Lance Stroll Williams 1:44.728 2.718 2
19 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber 1:45.059 3.049 3
20 Marcus Ericsson Sauber 1:45.570 3.56 2
Driver Standings
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:41.829 - 2
2 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:41.901 0.072 4
3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:41.971 0.142 3
4 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:42.383 0.554 3
5 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:42.439 0.61 3
6 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:42.517 0.688 3
7 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:42.549 0.72 2
8 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:42.592 0.763 4
9 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:42.708 0.879 5
10 Sergio Perez Force India 1:43.010 1.181 1
11 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:43.109 1.28 1
12 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:43.356 1.527 1
13 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:43.368 1.539 2
14 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:43.574 1.745 3
15 Felipe Massa Williams 1:43.724 1.895 2
16 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:44.041 2.212 3
17 Lance Stroll Williams 1:44.223 2.394 3
18 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:44.295 2.466 3
19 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber 1:45.760 3.931 2
20 Marcus Ericsson Sauber 1:46.339 4.51 1
Driver Standings
1 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:40.852 - 4
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:41.408 0.556 3
3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:41.555 0.703 5
4 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:42.104 1.252 5
5 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:42.448 1.596 4
6 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:42.501 1.649 5
7 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:42.788 1.936 5
8 Sergio Perez Force India 1:42.826 1.974 4
9 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:42.835 1.983 6
10 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:43.054 2.202 4
11 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:43.104 2.252 6
12 Carlos Sainz Toro Rosso 1:43.236 2.384 5
13 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:43.608 2.756 4
14 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:43.795 2.943 4
15 Felipe Massa Williams 1:43.836 2.984 5
16 Lance Stroll Williams 1:44.301 3.449 5
17 Kevin Magnussen Haas 1:44.417 3.565 4
18 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:44.928 4.076 4
19 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber 1:45.673 4.821 5
20 Marcus Ericsson Sauber 1:45.721 4.869 5
Driver Standings
1 Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull 1:42.489 - 4
2 Sebastian Vettel Ferrari 1:42.598 0.109 5
3 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:42.610 0.121 4
4 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 1:42.904 0.415 4
5 Sergio Perez Force India 1:43.423 0.934 5
6 Valtteri Bottas Mercedes 1:43.434 0.945 4
7 Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari 1:43.734 1.245 6
8 Fernando Alonso McLaren 1:43.759 1.27 4
9 Nico Hulkenberg Renault Sport 1:44.101 1.612 4
10 Daniil Kvyat Toro Rosso 1:44.220 1.731 6
11 Stoffel Vandoorne McLaren 1:44.340 1.851 4
12 Jolyon Palmer Renault Sport 1:44.961 2.472 5
13 Esteban Ocon Force India 1:45.053 2.564 4
14 Felipe Massa Williams 1:45.084 2.595 4
15 Romain Grosjean Haas 1:46.456 3.967 4
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16 Antonio Giovinazzi Haas 1:46.782 4.293 4
17 Lance Stroll Williams 1:47.190 4.701 2
18 Sean Gelael Toro Rosso 1:47.570 5.081 3
19 Marcus Ericsson Sauber 1:47.699 5.21 5
20 Pascal Wehrlein Sauber 1:47.886 5.397 5
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