Singapore Grand Prix chiefs have not ruled out changing the track layout in the future as part of a push to improve the event.
On the back of signing a new five-year contract to hold the grand prix until 2017, government officials have talked about considering 'all options' to minimise disruption the race has caused to the city state.
One possibility that is believed to be under consideration is to reduce how much the circuit extends in to the city and instead extend the layout in to the new iconic Marina Bay Sands hotel area.
Speaking at a press conference that confirmed the new Singapore GP deal, S. Iswaran, Singapore's senior minister of trade, industry and education said no plans had been finalised about revising the track - but conceded it was under consideration.
"As of now, we are looking at the options," he said. "The current track has served us well and we will continue to see if there are any opportunities to vary it or modify it, but at this stage there are no specific plans to do so."