Grosjean unsure wet Singapore GP is viable

Well, there might be some great news in store. With its global viewership and media coverage, the race has reinforced Singapore's image as a vibrant and innovative city to a wide worldwide audience. "We have so far not got a chance to engage in depth yet, it has only been a little over half a year since the complete change in ownership".

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.

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Meanwhile, Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton will enter the race this Sunday with a slim three-point lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, but he thinks he's going to have a "difficult weekend".

"With the lights high up, if the spray goes up we may not see much". 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. "We're all looking forward to working together with all the teams and manufacturers to make our sport more exciting and spectacular for the fans all over the world".

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