Rate the race: Singapore

What did you think of the Singapore Grand Prix? Rate the race out of ten and leave a comment below:

Rate the 2010 Singapore Grand Prix out of ten

  • 1 (3%)
  • 2 (1%)
  • 3 (3%)
  • 4 (3%)
  • 5 (6%)
  • 6 (11%)
  • 7 (22%)
  • 8 (26%)
  • 9 (14%)
  • 10 (11%)

Total Voters: 3,270

Loading ... Loading ...

1 = ‘Terrible’, 10 = ‘Perfect’

F1 Fanatic holds polls on each race to find out which fans thought were the best and worst races during a season. lease vote based on how entertaining and exciting you thought the race was, not on how your preferred driver or team performed.

See the results for past seasons here:

2010 Singapore Grand Prix

Browse all 2010 Singapore Grand Prix articles

Promoted content from around the web | Become an F1 Fanatic Supporter to hide this ad and others

Advert | Go Ad-free

133 comments on Rate the race: Singapore

  1. Quite a decent race despite Lewis crashing out again . :( 7/10

  2. Pingguest said on 26th September 2010, 15:27

    7 – Some great action, but I think the Safety Car robbed us from a greater race once again.

  3. A. Bramao & H. Raqui said on 26th September 2010, 15:28

    7
    Although a lot of fun came from accidents.
    In my opinion WEB should have got a penalty on his move against HAM…

  4. Hammmy gave Web tons of room…but watching that lotus burn was wonderful…not bad for a street race

  5. 7/10
    It would be rated higher, but being such a tight and slow circuit, getting to race distance takes quite a long time. Had it been 30 minutes shorter, it would be excellent.

  6. 8. Strategy, overtakes, fireworks and sparks and a race to the finish. Damn good for Singapore. Lost 2 marks for the lull in the middle

  7. I’m stunned people found that race dull. That was a fantastic grand prix. Had everything you’d want in a race.

  8. Really enjoyed that, Another great race…
    Alonso worked for that one… Kubica was amazing! and I’m really happy Rubens got some points.

    • Oh, and how great was it to see Glock fighting against the established teams? I know it kind of unravelled, But for him to do that, it’s almost as good as points.

  9. Dave Blanc said on 26th September 2010, 15:33

    Webber always seems to outbrake himself when he’s trying a big pass/being passed – anyone else notice this? Here was another case in point when he should have given up the place – he was a very lucky boy.

    That said, i don’t think he should be penalised – this is what happens when you race. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Both were fighting rather than sitting back so fair play. Gutted for Hamilton though – he really isn’t having any luck this season.

  10. chaostheory said on 26th September 2010, 15:33

    First half of the race was boring, but 2nd one was awsome, with Alonso and Vettel so close at front, and Kubicas blitzkrieg from 13th to 7th (i know he was on fresh tires, but still it was very pleasant to watch his overtakings). So I gave it 9, first time since…cant remember, but I am pleased with todays race.

  11. Victor. said on 26th September 2010, 15:34

    8/10. Can’t wait for the F1.com edit – two SC; Webber/Hamilton; Kobayashi/Schumacher; Schumacher/Heidfeld; Kobayashi/Senna; Kubica after his second stop; and Kovalainen being the epitome of cool.

    Compare Singapore as a race to Monaco. Whilst Monaco is by far the coolest qualifying of the year, the actual race is, unless it rains like in 2008, incredibly dull. Great race with some boring bits, but that’s what you’d expect from a two hour long street race.

    On another note – I hope Kubica’s recovery shows Pirelli how tyres should behave. If the difference between soft and hard tyres was to be the same as the difference between Kubica’s new tyres and everyone elses old tyres, next season could be a blast. Of course the soft tyres wouldn’t last more than 50 kilometres or so, whilst the hard tyres would go on forever.

  12. 2.4L V8 said on 26th September 2010, 15:36

    Only Kubica deserves the result

    • Yes Kubica is really amazing. I think he’s putting the Renault higher than where it deserves. I think the actual results of Renault are because his quality. He’s another Alonso. If he arrives at Ferrari with Alonso, it’s going to be another McLaren-senna-prost, but better.

      COngratulations for him.

  13. RBR had no answer today!! ALONSO yeaaaaaaaah! What a race best of this year, amazing they run so close to the wall for 60 laps! No way you can convince me that was a boring race no matter who you like… Once again kubica shows why hes going to ferrari! The layout of the track might not have the catchiest layout but def makes up for that with all the beautiful scenary! Was hoping for a RBR dnf or even for button to take places from them but we’ll take the W!

    • Duchess said on 26th September 2010, 15:45

      Um…definitely far from confirmed if Kubica would be going to Ferrari in 2011 and I’d seriously doubt it.

      • I agree with Sam, Alonso won without cheating, which is a real surprise. A rare treat in the world of Ferrari…

        Vettel deserves a mention for not wiping Alsonso out also. respect.

        • It’s not as if Ferrari or Alonso cheated in Bahrain nor in Monza.

          Sure i hate the move in Hockenheim as well (and a lot from the past) but it is hardly like Ferrari cannot win anything without cheating.

        • I think this is the second race u watch in which Alonso won after Germany otherwise u wont have said that.

        • Do you know what is the favourite song of Hamilton?

          WALKING on sunshine.

          Specialy the chorus:
          I’m walking on sunshine (whoa oh)
          I’m walking on sunshine (whoa oh)
          I’m walking on sunshine (whoa oh)

        • David A said on 26th September 2010, 19:44

          I agree with Sam, Alonso won without cheating, which is a real surprise.

          I can count 23 occasions where you were surprised then.

  14. 9/10 for me. The first third of the race was a bit boring but the last two thirds more than made up for it.

    Webbers Overtakes at the start, Kubica at the end and Kovy putting his fire out were the highlights for me.

    Definatly worth staying up to midnight for.

    Bring on Japan!!

  15. wth happened to the text?

  16. roberttty said on 26th September 2010, 15:58

    For a track that has been often criticized, this race has far exceeded my expectations – and it’s one of the best dry races!

    Brilliant and hope for more such races.

    10/10

  17. gwenouille said on 26th September 2010, 16:02

    Only a 6 for me, although I should have put 7 really…

    2 main minuses: I don’t like street circuits, no matter how spectacular they look. Straight, turn,straight,turn,turn,turn… No long, fast sweeping curves flowing into a tighter curve with an elevation diffence…
    And then I hate Safety Cars. That’s quite artificial entertaining I think…

    Apart from these 2 points, it was an OK race.

    But still the circuit doesn’t mesmerize me…

  18. 8/10. Awesome race. Lots of attrition and a spectacular finish. Also big ups to the drivers for racing for 2 hours in very humid conditions.

  19. Edsel (Joshy) said on 26th September 2010, 16:07

    Rubbish exit for HAM. I guess that pure racing though. Even though I am a McLaren fan, but I really want Webber to take the championship title. Other than that it was great race.

    It’s was kinda weird how Senna crashed into Kobayashi. This race had me on my toes towards the end.

  20. Why on Earth is everyone rating it so highly? It was easily the worst race since Bahrain. Remind me, what happened apart from the collision? Boring Boring Boring Boring Boring Boring BORING

Add your comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

All comments must abide by the comment policy. Comments may be moderated.
Want to post off-topic? Head to the forum.
See the FAQ for more information.

Skip to toolbar