Singapore Grand Prix – Full coverage

A round-up of all of ESPN’s coverage of the Singapore Grand Prix, which begins the final run of flyaway races as we approach the climax of the 2018 Formula One season.

Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix Schedule on ESPN Networks (all times Eastern)

Friday, September 14
Practice 1 – Friday, Sept. 14, 4:25 A.M. – ESPN2
Practice 2 – Friday, Sept. 14, 8:25 A.M. – ESPNU

Saturday, September 15
Practice 3 – Saturday, Sept. 15, 5:55 A.M. – ESPN2
Qualifying – Saturday, Sept. 15, 8:55 A.M. – ESPN2

Sunday, September 16
On The Grid – Sunday, Sept. 16, 7:30 A.M. – ESPN2
Race – Sunday, Sept. 16, 8:05 A.M. – ESPN2
Encore – Sunday, Sept. 16, 6:00 P.M. – ESPNEWS
Encore – Sunday, Sept. 16, 10:30 P.M. – ESPN2


Alonso still feeling pain from opening lap accident in Belgium
Fernando Alonso says he still hasn’t fully recovered from last month’s dramatic first corner accident in Belgium which saw himself, Nico Hulkenberg and Charles Leclerc all retire from the race immediately.

Haas accuses Renault of breaking gentlemen’s agreement
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says Renault’s protest against Romain Grosjean’s car at the Italian Grand Prix broke a gentlemen’s agreement between Formula One teams.

Leclerc: No extra pressure on me next year at Ferrari
He may have just secured one of the hottest seats in Formula One but Charles Leclerc insists he feels no pressure ahead of his big-time move from Sauber to Ferrari.

Raikkonen on 2019 Sauber move: ‘Why not?’
Kimi Raikkonen’s first media appearance since he announced his return to Sauber next year went as you would have expected if you are familiar with the monosyllabic Finnish driver.

Ocon ‘really disappointed’ strong results aren’t enough to remain in F1
Esteban Ocon admits he finds it hard to believe that he could be without a Formula One drive for 2019.

Vettel: ‘My biggest enemy is me’
Sebastian Vettel says he is his own worst enemy in this year’s title battle after a series of mistakes have left him 30 points adrift of Lewis Hamilton in the championship standings.

Vandoorne: McLaren hasn’t offered explanation for 2019 decision
Stoffel Vandoorne is still waiting on an explanation from McLaren as to why he has been dropped for 2019.


Singapore Grand Prix preview: Can Ricciardo give Red Bull one last highlight?
Another Sebastian Vettel mistake in Monza saw Lewis Hamilton open up a 30-point lead in the drivers’ standings — the largest margin at any point in the season — as Formula One heads to Singapore.


Will Singapore be a three-way fight?
Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough discuss what to expect at the Singapore street circuit.

What will Leclerc bring to Ferrari?
Ferrari announced that Charles Leclerc will join the side for the 2019 season following Kimi Raikkonen’s exit.

Vettel’s 2017 Singapore pole lap
Watch how Sebastian Vettel secured pole position for the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.

The many faces of Kimi Raikkonen
ESPN celebrates the many faces of one of Formula 1’s longest serving drivers, Kimi Raikkonen, and his many different faces.