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The Marina Bay track is 3,148 miles long and snakes around the harbour area from the East of town centre, using the city streets as track, in a similar design to Monaco.  The preliminary design originated from Hermann Tilke, a German Formula One circuit designer, and includes 14 left bends and 10 right, with the race running in an anticlockwise plan.  The race involves 61 laps of the track, with top speeds over 300 km an hour and some spots like the Anderson Bridge requiring minimum rates of 80 km per hour.

 

 

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2012 saw a shock in the third  position podium for Sebastian Vettel of Germany, as he had begun off the grid and in the pits, so penalized after disqualification from qualifying with inadequate fuel-  Finland's Kimi Raikkonen won the competition, with Spaniard Fernando Alonso in 2nd.

 

 

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VIP Grand Prix packages to Abu Dhabi

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The Singapore GP was so called after the nation's freedom in 1965, having been formerly called the Malaysian GP and before that, the Orient Year GP  In 1973 it was needed to cancel the race indefinitely, for a variety of troubles.  These were the overload of traffic on the roads and the trouble caused by road closures for the occasion, the remarkable increases in oil rates and a variety of awful accidents which happened in the 1972 and 1973 races. . Ultimately it was announced that this event would resume in 2008, but now run at night.

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The first ever Abu Dhabi GP was run in November 2009; making it among the most recent to be put into the F1 calendar. The track at the Yas Marina Circuit was designed by Hermann Tilke of Germany. This F1 competition was renowned from the very beginning as the first day to night race, beginning at 5 PM and continuing through until night; necessitating the use of floodlights which are lit up from the beginning for convenience of changeover. This exact same timetable has continued through all succeeding races at this venue, while the Abu Dhabi F1 has taken its set position as the last F1 competition of the year.

 

 

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