F1 results: FP1 timings from Singapore Grand Prix practice

Thomas Maher
McLaren's Oscar Piastri on track at the Singapore Grand Prix. F1 Results

McLaren's Oscar Piastri on track at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Here are the complete results from the first practice session at Marina Bay ahead of this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.

Ferrari have had a very strong first session in Singapore, with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz claiming a 1-2 in the opening 60-minute session.

There were four teams in the top five in what was a competitive opening practice session, with Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren, and Mercedes all getting a time close to the top.

Lizards affect the track time during FP1 in Singapore

Unusually, there were three separate yellow flags during the hour, as big lizards – apparently three different creatures rather than one determinedly chaotic individual – decided to cross the track at their leisure.

第一次发生导致一些轻浮from the drivers, with the radio messages from the drivers showing their amusement – Max Verstappen referring back to his infamous incident with a giant lizard in 2016 as race engineer Gianpiero Lambiase labelled the interloper as ‘Godzilla’s kid’.

But, with a further two interruptions at the same location over the next 30 minutes, the amusement ebbed away as Verstappen said“Can these marshals not pay attention to this animal? Jesus Christ.”

It’s also not clear whether all three lizards survived their excursions.

Verstappen证明了tw最接近的竞争对手o Ferraris, slotting in just over a tenth down on Leclerc and Sainz, just ahead of McLaren’s Lando Norris and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton.

Singapore Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc quickest in FP1 as Godzilla brings out the yellow flags

2023 Singapore Grand Prix Results – First Practice (FP1)

  1. 1. Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:33.350
  2. 2. Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.078
  3. 3. Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.126
  4. 4. Lando Norris McLaren +0.172
  5. 5. Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.190
  6. 6. George Russell Mercedes +0.345
  7. 7. Sergio Perez Red Bull +0.375
  8. 8. Fernando Alonso Aston Martin +0.624
  9. 9. Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +0.692
  10. 10. Esteban Ocon Alpine +0.716
  11. 11. Lance Stroll Aston Martin +1.218
  12. 12. Pierre Gasly Alpine +1.289
  13. 13. Alex Albon Williams +1.307
  14. 14. Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +1.452
  15. 15. Kevin Magnussen Haas +1.537
  16. 16. Liam Lawson AlphaTauri +1.544
  17. 17. Nico Hulkenberg Haas +1.635
  18. 18. Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo +2.106
  19. 19. Oscar Piastri McLaren +2.124
  20. 20. Logan Sargeant Williams +2.428

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