The Singapore Grand Prix has just finished and boy was that a nail-biter. Nico Rosberg held his own ahead of a fast charging Daniel Ricciardo to cross the chequered flag a mere four tenth of a second earlier. A couple of laps more and the result would have been different. But kudos to Rosberg who didn’t put a wheel wrong in what was the tensest laps of the Singapore Grand Prix.
For Ricciardo a few more laps…
And with this win, Rosberg moves to the top of the standings with 8 points lead.
Behind the pair, Hamilton and Raikkonen battled hard for the final step on the podium with Hamilton emerging victorious cue a strategic masterstroke by Mercedes however it was Sebastian Vettel who moved through the field over the course of the race to come P5 from dead last.
Behind Vettel came Verstappen who squandered yet another Grand Prix with a poor start but fought all through the race and overtook 3 cars in the last ten laps to score points for Red Bull. Alosno put in a great drive to take 7th position underlining the McLaren improvement.
Followed by Force India man Sergio Perez whose 8th position means the team is 4th ahead of Williams.
Back in action was Danil Kvyat who drove superbly to take 9th followed by a scintillating drive from K-Mag who once again scored points for Renault bolstering his chances for a 2017 drive.