The 2011 Formula 1 season moves away from Europe and on to Asia for the Singapore Grand Prix. Alonso was last year's winner after leading every lap from pole position. Vettel came second, just 0.293 seconds behind Alonso, with Webber finishing a distant third, 29 seconds back.
This Grand Prix can be a tricky event for punters, because the circuit is prone to safety-car incidents as a result of the walls surrounding the track. This is the fourth year that Singapore has hosted the event, and in all three previous years the safety car was deployed at some point. Betfair currently offers 1.21 odds (subject to change) on a safety-car to be deployed during the race. Added to the mix is the weather, with possible thunderstorms forecast and rain given a 40% likelihood on Saturday and Sunday. Newcomers to Formula 1 may be interested to know that the Singapore Grand Prix is a night race.
Below are the latest odds (subject to change):