It's the most glamorous and different race of the season - the Singapore Grand Prix is something different. It was the first ever Formula One race to be raced at night and it is held on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. This year it takes place on the 22 September 2013.
The current points leader is Sebastian Vettel and he also won the last two Singapore Grand Prix competitions. The top challenger to Vettel is Fernando Alonso who won the Singapore Grand Prix back in 2008 and 2010. The winner in the intervening year of 2009 was Lewis Hamilton.
The Singapore Grand Prix's Marina Bay street circuit has a length of just over three miles (3.148) and incorporates 23 turns. The race will cover a distance of 192 miles and will take 61 laps to complete. But who's looking likely to win?
We've already mentioned Vettel and he is at the top of the Formula One leader board, so he is a good bet. He is by far and away the best driver this season and dominates the leaders with a lead of 22 points. He won the last race in Italy and has also won Belgium, Canada, Bahrain. Malaysia and Germany this season. He seems pretty unstoppable, it has to be said.
If you want to compare the odds following the Italian Grand Prix then take a look at http://freebets.org before placing your bets - although it does look like Vettel is the favourite.
Second place in the standings is Alonso. He currently has 169 points having won in China and Spain and enjoying back to back runners up positions behind Vettel at Belgium and Italy.
Hamilton is third with a score of 141 points - he only came ninth in Italy and has just one win under his belt this season, coming first at Hungary.
Raikkonen is next at 134 points after a couple of disappointing results - 11th in Italy and retiring out of the race in Belgium. Back at the start of the season, he did win the Australian Grand Prix but has failed to maintain his form.
A third place finish in Italy has put Webber into fifth place with 130 points and behind him is Rosberg with 104 points after a sixth place placement at Italy. He did win the British Grand Prix and the Monaco race this year, so it's worth bearing that in mind.
If we were going to be the winner, we'd have to put our cash on Vettel, his standings and form book for this season say it all!
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