“It’s a challenging circuit,” Max Verstappen looks forward to a difficult race at the Singapore Grand Prix

Having never won at the Marina Bay Circuit before, Max Verstappen is looking ahead to a difficult race in Singapore.

The 2022 F1 has been one filled with excitement, thrills and never-ending action. Currently, Max Verstappen is at the top of the leaderboard with a 116-point advantage over his rival Charles Leclerc. With 6 races left on the calendar, it is possible that Verstappen might secure the championship in the upcoming race at the Singapore Grand Prix.

The fans are loving the absolute domination and skill Verstappen has displayed this season in almost all his races. He is also on the path to beating the record for most wins in a season as he has already won 11 and could most likely win more this season thus totalling or overtaking Michael Schumacher and Max Verstappen’s record for most wins in a season.

Verstappen is looking forward to the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix as he could possibly seal his championship there and become a 2-time World Champion equaling the record of the great Fernando Alonso. His performance this season so far has been nothing short of exceptional and the fans love to watch him race on track, tearing through everyone.

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Max Verstappen brings up the effect of humidity at the Marina Bay Circuit

Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen

The Singapore Grand Prix is only a few days away and the fans cannot wait for the action to unfold on track.

Red Bull took to Twitter to share Verstappen’s thoughts going into a potential title decider of the season. He is currently on top of the leaderboard with a 116-point advantage over his rival Charles Leclerc.

Verstappen is clearly looking forward to Singapore Grand Prix but is also realistic about his chances, especially having never won here even once in his career and the fact that it is a physically demanding track which will push Verstappen and his car to the edge of his limits. The results are uncertain but this race may very well be the title decider.

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