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Singapore Grand Prix: When to watch practice, qualifying and the race live on Sky Sports

Watch the Singapore GP live on Sky Sports F1 as we head to the iconic Marina Bay street circuit; watch all sessions from the Singapore GP live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend; F1 Kids commentary feed returns for Sunday's race

Singapore Grand Prix
Image: The Singapore Grand Prix is live on Sky Sports from September 15-17

Next up for the F1 circus are the stunning streets of Singapore under the lights and you can watch all the action live on Sky Sports F1.

The spectacular night race from Marina Bay will be live on Sky Sports F1 from September 15-17 and with the race being in south-east Asia, conditions are hot and humid with drivers losing up to 3kg of fluids during a race where the corners keep coming and concentration erodes over the two hours.

Max Verstappen will be looking to extend his historic winning streak to 11 races and put himself one step closer to wrapping up this year's World Championship.

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However, it is a track on which the two-time world champion is yet to find victory, with 2023 looking to be his best chance to date.

The Ferraris will also be hoping to gain some ground on Verstappen after an electric home race at the Italian Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz wrapping up third after taking pole position in front of the Tifosi.

Drivers' championship top 10 after 15 rounds

Driver Team Points
1) Max Verstappen Red Bull 364
2) Sergio Perez Red Bull 219
3) Fernando Alonso Aston Martin 170
4) Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 164
5) Carlos Sainz Ferrari 117
6) Charles Leclerc Ferrari 111
7) George Russell Mercedes 109
8) Lando Norris McLaren 79
9) Lance Stroll Aston Martin 47
10) Pierre Gasly Alpine 37

Constructors' championship top five after 15 rounds

Team Points
1) Red Bull 583
2) Mercedes 273
3) Ferrari 228
4) Aston Martin 217
5) McLaren 115

Mercedes will also be hopeful of a better weekend on a track that is set to suit their car and one where Lewis Hamilton has had a lot of success before, winning four times on the street circuit.

Interestingly, Sergio Perez is the only non-world champion to have won the Singapore Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel, Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg are the only other winners around the streets that can only be tamed by the best.

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F1 Kids makes a welcome return, available during our race coverage on the red button of the Singapore GP.

F1 Kids returns for Singapore!

For the second time this season, younger fans can access an alternative commentary feed of the race on Sunday. Press the Red Button on your Sky remote from 12.55pm on Sky Sports F1 to access the special feed.

The broadcast will once again feature a dedicated International Feed of the Grand Prix, including 3D augmented graphics, child-friendly team radio transmissions, technical explainers and a bespoke package of colourful graphics and animations, including the return of the popular cartoon driver avatars.

Sky's FYI presenters Braydon and Scarlett and young go-karter Zac will provide remote race commentary alongside F1 commentator Chris McCarthy from F1's Media and Technology Centre in Biggin Hill.

Sky Sports F1's live Singapore GP schedule

Sunday September 17
11.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday: Singapore GP build-up
3pm: Chequered Flag: Singapore GP reaction
4pm: Ted's Notebook

Next up for the F1 circus are the stunning streets of Singapore under the lights. All sessions from the Singapore GP will be live on Sky Sports F1 from September 15-17. Stream F1 on Sky Sports with NOW. Cancel anytime

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