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Grosjean Questions Viability of a Wet Singapore Grand Prix

17 Septembre 2017

The rain has now stopped ahead of the driver parade, but the possibility of showers remain up to and during the race, and with no previous running under floodlights before in Singapore - this is the tenth Grand Prix in the country and all of the previous nine have been dry - Grosjean is anxious that the spray from the cars might make driving conditions near-on impossible.

"With the lights high up, if the spray goes up we may not see much".

"We are looking forward to offering our continued support to make the next four years even more spectacular and exciting".

The first track to ever stage a night race in the sport has just extended its contract until 2021 and all involved will be hoping it gives the fans some excitement a decade after it held its inaugural race. The Formula One Group have agreed a deal with French television channel TF1 to show four full races exclusively free-to-air, with the rest of the 2018 season continuing as highlights.

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"We have interest from many countries around the world for races in the future".

"Performance-wise, we are where we are", he said. We pushed pretty hard but, unfortunately, we don't have much balance here. But Asian in general is tremendously important.

In the past, F1 has been criticised for striking one side deals heavily in their favour with local race promoters not getting enough out of the millions of dollars they cough up as hosting fees.

"We have big plans for Formula 1". "We had put ourselves at the disposal of the various parties to try and facilitate the best possible outcome for everyone".

Grosjean Questions Viability of a Wet Singapore Grand Prix