The 14th round of the 2017 Formula One season takes place this weekend at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore.
Mercedes’ Nico Roberg won the 2016 Singapore Grand Prix in his final year as an F1 driver, starting on pole and leading throughout.
He held off a late challenge from Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo to win the race by less than half a second.
Lewis Hamilton comes into this weekend top of the Drivers’ standings, 3 points ahead of fellow title rival, Sebastian Vettel.
Qualifying starts at 2pm on Saturday afternoon, while the race goes off at 1pm on Sunday afternoon.
Friday 15 September 2017
9.15am – Free Practice 1 – Live – Sky Sports F1
9.25am – Free Practice 1 – Live – Channel 4
1.15pm – Free Practice 2 – Live – Sky Sports F1
1.25pm – Free Practice 2 – Live – Channel 4
Saturday 16 September 2017
10.45am – Free Practice 3 – Live – Sky Sports F1
10.55am – Free Practice 3 – Live – Channel 4
12.55pm – Qualifying – Live – Channel 4
1.00pm – Qualifying – Live – Sky Sports F1
Sunday 17 September 2017
11.30am – Singapore Grand Prix – Live – Sky Sports F1
12.00pm – Singapore Grand Prix – Live – Channel 4
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