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F1 Singapore Grand Prix extended for another four years to 2021
17 September 2017, 06:24 | Sandy Nunez
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This new deal has come about thanks to the return of the French Grand Prix, with Paul Ricard set to host the race when it rejoins the calendar in 2018.
ESPN looks at all of the stats that you will need ahead of the crucial race weekend.
The Singapore Grand Prix, the Singapore Tourism Board and the Singapore Government have all done an excellent job of making this an event that involves the whole city. But after two free practice sessions on Friday, teams are ready to admit that Red Bull may be hard to beat at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Sebastian Vettel is the slight favorite this week, as he has +130 odds. Vettel was second and third in each of those races, respectively.
Safety cars often contribute to the length of the Singapore Grand Prix - there still has not been a Grand Prix in Singapore where the safety vehicle has not had to emerge from the pits.
"We are looking forward to offering our continued support to make the next four years even more spectacular and exciting". He was able to climb back into the points lead with his sixth win of 2017 two weeks ago. In the three races he's had with the team at the circuit, he has always been on the podium.
However, questions still lingered over the future of the race given it was without a firm contract beyond the end of this year, only for a fresh deal to be confirmed on Friday.
It will not be easy to take maximum points this weekend though - no team has ever taken a one-two in Singapore, and Kimi Raikkonen is now on a barren run of 88 races without a victory. Verstappen has just one top-3 finish on the year.
Organisers project that another 100,000 may visit this year's race.