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Ferrari: We are bringing a few new parts to Singapore

The world championship bids farewell to Europe and heads for Asia and Sunday’s 12th running of the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix, the 15th of 21 rounds this year. The race, famous for being run at night, has always been held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The race gets underway at 20.10 local time (14.10 CET) with the track bathed in light from powerful lighting projectors. Scuderia Ferrari has won here twice, with a further four podium finishes and four pole positions to its name. Before Formula 1. The first Singapore Grand Prix actually dates back to 1961. It was a Formula Libre race called the Orient Year Grand Prix, run on public roads in the Thomson Road area. Before Singapore...
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