"It is particularly important that Honda, one of the main manufacturers in the motor industry and a company that has played an important role in the history of motorsport, will still be in Formula 1 for years to come".
A heavy downpour hit the circuit with four hours before the scheduled start of the Grand Prix, with the rain delaying the supporting Porsche Supercup race due to track conditions being unsuitable for racing.
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Singapore joined the F1 calendar back in 2008 as the sport's first night race, and is celebrating the 10th staging of the grand prix at Marina Bay this weekend.
Following the demise of the Malaysian Grand Prix, which will be held for the last time on 1 October, it will be the only race in the region.
No driver has won more times in Singapore than Sebastien Vettel. In the three races he's had with the team at the circuit, he has always been on the podium.
Sergio Perez is another driver to look out for - he has finished in the points on each of his six visits to Singapore.
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"Maybe we don't have the best package for this weekend, but we still have a great auto".
The future of the race on the island nation was hotly contested over the past year amid declining attendance rates, but officials recently announced a four-year extension.
It will not be easy to take maximum points this weekend though - no team has ever taken a one-two in Singapore, and Kimi Raikkonen is now on a barren run of 88 races without a victory.
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