How to watch the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix online: stream F1 live from anywhere
With only six races left after the Singapore Grand Prix and 30 points to the good in the F1 Drivers' Championship, Lewis Hamilton must now be seeing the ultimate chequered flag on the horizon. But will the standings take yet another twist this weekend? We'll tell you how to stream the Singapore Grand Prix live and for FREE wherever you are in the world to see whether Hamilton can extend his lead.
From a psychological point of view, the dramatic first lap shenanigans of last year's Singapore Grand Prix must play on the mind of Sebastian Vettel. He collided with Kimi Räikkönen and Max Verstappen at the very first corner, ruining all their races. That left Hamilton to go on and cruise to victory.
But the German Vettel is made of strong stuff, and he'll be trying to channel the four previous victories he's had at Marina Bay instead. That's more than anybody else has won in the history of the Singapore GP – a record that Hamilton will equal if he tops the podium on Sunday.
Street races always seem just a little bit more exciting – especially when they're at night like at Marina Bay – and watching the Singapore Grand Prix is really straightforward, and on pretty much any device. The best thing about it…you can do so absolutely free of charge in some regions including the UK. Read on to find out how to stream F1 live.
How to watch the Singapore Grand Prix anywhere in the world
If you don't have easy access to watch the Singapore Grand Prix online in your country, the best way to watch it is to download and install a VPN service, which effectively tricks your computer into thinking that it's in another country. It's really easy to do, and works for loads of sporting events where live streams may not be readily available where you are:
How to stream F1 live in the UK for free:
How to watch Grand Prix in the US for free:
How to stream the Singapore Grand Prix in Australia
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