Singapore Grand Prix 2018: Start time, live stream, and TV channel for the F1 race

LEWIS HAMILTON is closing in on a fifth world championship as F1 heads to Singapore.

Rival Sebastian Vettel is 30 points behind as he prepares to revisit the circuit where his title bid went up in smoke last year.

Lewis Hamilton is looking for another victory in Singapore to tighten his grip on the world championship
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When is the Singapore Grand Prix?

The Singapore Grand Prix will take place on today – Sunday, September 16.

The race will commence at 1.10pm UK time, or 8.10 in the evening local time.

Before that, practice one was be held at 9.30am on Friday, September 14 and practice two followed at 1.30pm.

Practice three took place at 11am on Saturday, September 15 before qualifying at 2pm.

What TV channel is the Singapore Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?

The Singapore Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports F1.

Coverage on race day will commence at 11.30am.

The Grand Prix weekend coverage begins on Friday, September 14 at 9.15am.

On Saturday, Sky Sports will begin its coverage at 10.45am.

To stream the race live, you can buy a Sky Sports Day Pass from NOW TV for £7.99

Click here to see which F1 races are live on Channel 4 this season.

Where is the Singapore Grand Prix held?

The Singapore Grand Prix is held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

It has been staged since 2008 and was the first F1 track to stage a night race.

Drivers will race 61 laps.


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