Lotus' Pastor Maldonado finished twelfth with Romain Grosjean directly behind him in thirteenth after an eventful Singapore Grand Prix on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The race – which featured a safety car period – ended due to the time limit being reached rather than completing the allotted number of laps.
The Singapore Grand Prix ended in a huge disappointment for the Sauber F1 Team. Neither of the drivers finished the race. Esteban Gutiérrez had to retire on lap 18 due to an electrical problem with the power unit, while Adrian Sutil’s car had a water leak which forced the team to retire him on lap 41 so not to risk an engine failure.
Sorry about the delay, we have had a corrupted file and are having to rebuild the magazine before we fly… Normal service will be resumed ASAP Lewis Hamilton ruled in Singapore on Sunday evening – and the Englishman ended the day back in the lead of the World Championship after Nico Rosberg’s dreams of glory […]
Singapore Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton seals win to go top of drivers standings while Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg retires
Lewis Hamilton wins Singapore Grand Prix and takes lead in driver’s championship after Nico Rosberg retires
Lotus F1 Team endured a frustrating qualifying session at the Marina Bay Street Circuit with Pastor Maldonado qualifying in eighteenth and Romain Grosjean sixteenth for tomorrow’s Singapore Grand Prix. Both drivers’ efforts were hampered by power delivery issues during the course of their qualifying laps.