Singapore's Marina Bay is one of the most visually spectacular races on the Formula 1 calendar and also places great demands on the cars.
As a street circuit, the track inevitably requires high levels of downforce and cars capable of sharp changes of direction, added to the ability to cope with bumps and kerbs.
But this is also the sole street circuit in Asia and the heat and humidity, despite the race running at night, put greater thermal loads on the cars' elements.
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