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Delay to start Friday Practice 1 in Singapore GP

Sept.23 – Singapore GP – There is 30 minute stoppage to the start of Friday Free Practice 1 as of track maintenance on the Marina Bay circuit. Recently there is an accident in support race and oil and petrol on the circuit, some marshals hardly working in the have an effect on area. The FIA regulations state – 2 hour break between sessions, and consequently this session will only run for one hour if the maintenance is finished on time. We think the session will shorten.

Some temporarily kerbing has come slightly unstuck at the Turn 3 and 14 Recently there is an accident in support race. FIA car drives between each point to have a look at the progress.

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