There are a total of seven Grand Prix races left in the 2016 season, and the next coming up is the Singapore Grand Prix on September 18th. Are you ready for Singapore Grand Prix?
It was no surprise that a Mercedes driver would stand on the top of the podium in the Italian Grand Prix. It was no surprise that a Mercedes driver would end up on the second place in the same race. The only question was whether Nico Rosberg or Lewis Hamilton would end up as the winner.
Lewis Hamilton had a very good series with 6 wins in 7 races, but then came the Belgian Grand Prix where he on purpose got himself a bad starting point, but still he managed to get a podium place. In the Italian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton started from pole position, but in the end his team mate Nico Rosberg won instead. That means Nico Rosberg will come to the Singapore Grand Prix with two wins in a row, while Lewis Hamilton comes with 6 wins in the last 9 races. For a summary of the Italian Grand Prix 2016 read the following article at autoblog.com.
What to expect from Singapore Grand Prix?
In 2015 the Singapore Grand Prix was won by Sebastian Vettel. This season he still hasn’t been able to win one single race, but could this be the first? We doubt it, because the Mercedes drivers simply seem to be way ahead of everyone else this season. In other words we expect the Singapore Grand Prix to be a cat and mouse race between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
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Now it might be that we expect Rosberg or Hamilton to win, but it should be noticed that this is a favorite track for Sebastian Vettel who has won the Singapore Grand Prix four times (in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015). Lewis Hamilton stands with two wins at the track, in 2009 and in 2014.