F1 results: Carlos Sainz wins in Singapore ahead of Lando Norris; Max Verstappen recovers to P5 after starting 11th

Singapore Grand Prix results

Carlos Sainz (55), Ferrari

Lando Norris (4), McLaren-Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton (44), Mercedes

Charles Leclerc (16), Ferrari

Max Verstappen (1), Red Bull-Honda RBPT

Pierre Gasly (10), Alpine-Renault

Oscar Piastri (81), McLaren-Mercedes

Sergio Perez (11), Red Bull-Honda RBPT

Liam Lawson (40), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT

Kevin Magnussen (20), Haas-Ferrari

Alexander Albon (23), Williams-Mercedes

Zhou Guanyu (24), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

Nico Hülkenberg, (27), Haas-Ferrari

Logan Sargeant (2), Williams-Mercedes

Fernando Alonso (14), Aston Martin-Mercedes

George Russell (63), Mercedes

Not classified:Esteban Ocon (31), Alpine-RenaultYuki Tsunoda (22), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPTValtteri Bottas (77), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

Did not start:Lance Stroll (18), Aston Martin-Mercedes

Updated world drivers championship standings

1. Max Verstappen (1), Red Bull-Honda RBPT – 374 2. Sergio Perez (11), Red Bull-Honda RBPT – 223 3. Lewis Hamilton (44), Mercedes – 180 4. Fernando Alonso (14), Aston Martin-Mercedes – 170 5. Carlos Sainz (55), Ferrari – 142 6. Charles Leclerc (16), Ferrari – 123 7. George Russell (63), Mercedes – 129 8. Lando Norris (4), McLaren-Mercedes – 97 9. Lance Stroll (18), Aston Martin-Mercedes – 47 10. Pierre Gasly (10), Alpine-Renault – 4511. Oscar Piastri (81), McLaren-Mercedes – 42 12. Esteban Ocon (31), Alpine-Renault – 36 13. Alexander Albon (23), Williams-Mercedes – 21 14. Nico Hülkenberg, (27), Haas-Ferrari – 9 15. Valtteri Bottas (77), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari – 6 16. Zhou Guanyu (24), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari – 4 17. Yuki Tsunoda (22), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT – 3 18. Kevin Magnussen (20), Haas-Ferrari – 3 19. Liam Lawson (40), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT – 2 20. Logan Sargeant (2), Williams-Mercedes – 021. Nyck De Vries (21), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT – 0 22. Daniel Ricciardo (3), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT – 0

Singapore Grand Prix provisional starting grid

Carlos Sainz (55), Ferrari

George Russell (63), Mercedes

Charles Leclerc (16), Ferrari

Lando Norris (4), McLaren-Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton (44), Mercedes

Kevin Magnussen (20), Haas-Ferrari

Fernando Alonso (14), Aston Martin-Mercedes

Esteban Ocon (31), Alpine-Renault

Nico Hülkenberg, (27), Haas-Ferrari

Liam Lawson (40), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT

Max Verstappen (1), Red Bull-Honda RBPT

Pierre Gasly (10), Alpine-Renault

Sergio Perez (11), Red Bull-Honda RBPT

Alexander Albon (23), Williams-Mercedes

Yuki Tsunoda (22), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPT

Valtteri Bottas (77), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

Oscar Piastri (81), McLaren-Mercedes

Logan Sargeant (2), Williams-Mercedes

Zhou Guanyu (24), Alfa Romeo-Ferrari

Lance Stroll (18), Aston Martin-Mercedes

Singapore Grand Prix TV/streaming schedule

All times Eastern

Friday5:25-6:30 a.m.: Free practice 1 (ESPN2, F1 TV Pro)8:55-10 a.m.: Free practice 2 (ESPN2, F1 TV Pro)

Saturday5:25-6:30 a.m.: Free practice 3 (ESPN2, F1 TV Pro)8:55-10 a.m.: Qualifying (ESPN2, F1 TV Pro)

Sunday6:30-7:55 a.m.: Pre-race show (ESPN, ESPN+)7:55-10 a.m.: Singapore Grand Prix (ESPN, ESPN+, F1 TV Pro)

How to watch the F1 Singapore Grand Prix 

Singapore Grand Prix circuit, lap count, tire compounds

Circuit: Marina Bay Circuit (3.07-mile, 19-turn temporary street course) in SingaporeRace length: 62 laps for 190.34 milesLap record: N/A (new configuration for 2023)Tire compounds: C3 (Hard), C4 (Medium), C5 (Soft)2022 winner: Sergio Perez, Red Bull-RBPT

New Marina Bay circuit layout

Since its debut in 2008 the Marina Bay circuit has seen its layout consistently tinkered with. The first major revision came in time for the 2012 race, which removed the ‘Singapore Sling’ — a tight chicane at Turn 10 that was unpopular among drivers. The second alteration came in 2015 with re-profiled corners 11-13, which includes the Anderson Bridge. Now they have eliminated four corners that used to take the cars in front of a 27,000-seat amphitheater facing a floating barge that serves as a performance venue.

The change has resulted in a more than seven-second lap time improvement in a simulator.

Top drivers and best bets for the Singapore Grand Prix

Verstappen enters the weekend as the massive favorite as he has all season, this time around with a -350 moneyline for the race win, according to BetMGM. Perez, the winner at Singapore a year ago, has the next-best odds at 8-to-1. Next up are Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton — Nos. 3-4 in the drivers' standings, respectively — and Lando Norris in the resurgent McLaren at 18-to-1.

Best odds to winMax Verstappen -350Sergio Perez +800Fernando Alonso +1800Lewis Hamilton +1800Lando Norris +1800

Yahoo Sports' Nick Bromberg wrote earlier in the week on some bets he likes for Singapore, including a podium for Hamilton (+165) and a top-10 finish for Alpine's Esteban Ocon (+110).

Singapore Grand Prix entry list

Max Verstappen (1), Red Bull-Honda RBPTSergio Perez (11), Red Bull-Honda RBPTCharles Leclerc (16), FerrariCarlos Sainz (55), FerrariLewis Hamilton (44), MercedesGeorge Russell (63), MercedesPierre Gasly (10), Alpine-RenaultEsteban Ocon (31), Alpine-RenaultLando Norris (4), McLaren-MercedesOscar Piastri (81), McLaren-MercedesZhou Guanyu (24), Alfa Romeo-FerrariValtteri Bottas (77), Alfa Romeo-FerrariFernando Alonso (14), Aston Martin-MercedesLance Stroll (18), Aston Martin-MercedesKevin Magnussen (20), Haas-FerrariNico Hülkenberg, (27), Haas-FerrariLiam Lawson (40), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPTYuki Tsunoda (22), AlphaTauri-Honda RBPTLogan Sargeant (2), Williams-MercedesAlexander Albon (23), Williams-Mercedes

Singapore Grand Prix weather

It's monsoon season in southeast Asia which means the air is wet, the temperatures are high and the chance of rain is perpetually likely. The forecast calls for more than a 51% chance of rain for all three days of on-track running including thunderstorms on race day. While F1 cars are more than equipped to run in the wet, thunderstorms would preempt the cars coming out of the paddock.

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