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Singapore 2019 | Ferrari wins with fast (illegal) engine, Verstappen on P3

The Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled next weekend and so we at GPblog look back at the last edition of this GP. For that, we have to go back to 2019, where relations in F1 were on edge due to a slightly too fast engine from Ferrari. Article continues under ad What is Ferrari doing? Singapore was not on the F1 calendar in 2020 and 2021 because of restrictions around the corona virus. So for the latest edition, we have to go back to September 2019. A period in F1 history where there were question marks around Ferrari's performance. The engine had become much more competitive out of nowhere after the summer, which had already seen Charles Leclerc take pole plus victory in Belgium and Italy....
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