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27 September 2022
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This weekend sees the return of Formula 1 at Singapore for the first time since 2019, as Max Verstappen closes in on his second consecutive drivers’ championship.
Verstappen is on a run of five straight victories and if results go his way, he could seal the drivers’ title on Sunday. However, Ferrari have a good history at Marina Bay – having won there three times, most recently in 2019 with Sebastian Vettel – and Charles Leclerc will be looking to get his first victory since the Austrian Grand Prix.
Mercedes, however, will be looking to seal their first victory of the season at a track that many think will suit the W13, and at a place that has been kind to them in the past – with four wins in their last six visits to Singapore.
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