For the first time this season, Red Bull can walk away from a race weekend with the Constructors’ Championship clinched.
The Singapore Grand Prix hosts the 15th round of the current campaign, with the Marina Bay Circuit offering a unique challenge to the drivers.
Red Bull is enjoying a dominant campaign, winning all 14 races held so far.
12 of those victories have gone the way of Max Verstappen, who is currently streaking towards his third Formula 1 title.
Verstappen’s highly impressive campaign has seen the Dutchman claim the last 10 race victories, setting a new record for the most consecutive wins in F1 history.
However, he is yet to triumph in Singapore.
Red Bull also holds the record for the most wins by a team in a row, with its Monza victory increasing its tally to 15, stretching back to last year’s season finale in Abu Dhabi.
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How Red Bull can win the Constructors' in Singapore
Currently, Red Bull holds a sizeable lead over Mercedes in the Constructors’ Championship, with the German manufacturer a mammoth 310 points ahead.
After the Singapore GP, there will be 353 points left on the Constructors' table across the remaining races of the season.
It means that Red Bull must out-score Mercedes by 43 points to secure its first back-to-back titles since 2012-2013.
The only way to do this is for Verstappen and Sergio Perez to finish one-two to earn 44 points, with Mercedes not scoring a point.
Alternatively, should a Mercedes finish in tenth place and take one point, Red Bull would also need the fastest lap bonus point in addition to a one-two to wrap up its sixth Constructors' Crown.