Formula 1 heads back to the far-east for the first time since 2019 this weekend with the Singapore Grand Prix.
Action in that part of the world has not been seen since COVID-19 hit, forcing the calendar to be mainly European in 2020, although the Americas did largely return in '21.
After three years away, some drivers such as Mick Schumacher and Yuki Tsunoda will be getting their first taste of action at Marina Bay, as Sebastian Vettel enters as the defending race winner in his final start at the iconic venue.
Drivers will be out on track at 11am BST on Friday 30th September for 60 minutes of running in FP1, with FP2 following on at 2pm.
FP3 is set to go green at 11am on Saturday 1st October, with qualifying at 2pm BST.
The 61 laps of the race itself are due to get underway at 1pm BST.
For those on Eastern Time, it is five hours behind BST, while local time in Singapore is seven hours ahead of BST.
RacingNews365.com will be on hand throughout the weekend to provide updates, news and reaction as it all happens.
Timetable Singapore GP
|Free practice 1||Friday 30 September||-|
|Free practice 2||Friday 30 September||-|
|Free practice 3||Saturday 1 October||-|
|Qualification||Saturday 1 October||-|
|Race||Sunday 2 October||-|
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