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Mercedes cruised to a one-two finish in Monza two weeks ago, but it is Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel who can be expected to have the upper hand at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, writes Nick (Race: Sunday, 13:00 BST, live on Channel 4 / Sky Sports F1).
For the second race in a row, Lewis Hamilton secured pole position before going on to take the race victory in a dominant display for Mercedes in Italy at a circuit where their superior engine performance really told. Valtteri Bottas followed him home in second.
The win saw Hamilton move ahead of Vettel, who finished third, to take the lead in the Formula One Drivers’ Championship for the first time this season. The gap does, however, stand at just three points, and Vettel should be confident of a strong result this weekend.
The Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore is a tight, twisty and bumpy track that tests cars and drivers alike. Power is not a primary consideration, and Ferrari’s performances at similar circuits so far this year suggest that they will have the edge on Mercedes.
Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix for Ferrari in 2016 following three previous victories there in his time at Red Bull. He recovered from the back of the grid to finish fifth last year and can be expected to regain the championship lead by topping the podium on Sunday. It is little surprise he is shorter in the Singapore Grand Prix odds with JustBookies’ top recommended bookies than he has been at this stage for most other F1 races.
Daniel Ricciardo continued his very solid campaign for Red Bull by finishing fourth in Italy, ahead of the second Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen. The Australian has been a supremely consistent performer throughout the season and has always been on hand to take advantage of opportunities to secure podium finishes when they have arisen.
With one victory and a further five podium finishes to his name, Ricciardo currently sits fourth in the Drivers’ Championship. Red Bull have been a clear third-best at most tracks, so to be ahead of one of the Mercedes and Ferrari drivers, even if it is the under-performing Raikkonen, represents an impressive achievement.
Red Bull have a strong record in Singapore and view the circuit as one of their best opportunities to fight for victory in what remains of the season. The team have won there three times, while Ricciardo has qualified and finished in the top three there in each of the last three seasons. A repeat performance this weekend should be within his reach.
Esteban Ocon qualified impressively and drove a good race to come home sixth for Force India in Italy, ahead of the two Williams cars of Lance Stroll (who also performed very well in qualifying) and Felipe Massa, his teammate Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen in the second Red Bull.
It was a pointless weekend for Renault at a circuit where they always thought they would struggle. They do, however, expect to be back on the pace this weekend at a track that they are confident will be much better suited to their package.
Renault Sport managing director Cyril Abiteboul believes the team can compete with Williams for fifth in the Constructors’ Championship over the course of the remaining seven races. They are currently 21 points adrift and will need plenty of double-points finishes if they are to reduce and eventually overcome that deficit.
Their hopes of doing so will be boosted by the seemingly imminent arrival of Carlos Sainz into the team. The Toro Rosso driver is part of the complex deal that will see McLaren switch to Renault power units next year, with Toro Rosso taking on the Honda supply. If reports are correct, he will replace Jolyon Palmer from the Malaysian Grand Prix onwards.
Nico Hulkenberg has scored all 34 of Renault’s points this season, and he is again likely to lead their charge this weekend. His previous team, Force India, were never particularly strong in Singapore, but he out-qualified his teammate in each of his three years there and secured a points finish in 2014 to add to his previous top-10 finishes for Sauber (2013) and Williams (2010).
The German driver has finished in the top six on three occasions this season (in Spain, Great Britain and Belgium) and has a solid chance of again doing so in Singapore on Sunday.
Our Preview’s F1 Singapore Grand Prix Betting Tips
- Back Sebastian Vettel to win @ best Singapore Grand Prix odds of 6/4 with William Hill.
- Bet on Daniel Ricciardo to secure a top-three finish @ best odds of 11/8 with Coral.
- Back Nico Hulkenberg to finish in the top six @ best odds of 2/1 with Bet365.