Rate the race: 2012 Singapore Grand Prix

2012 Singapore Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Marina Bay, 2012What did you think of the Singapore Grand Prix? Share your verdict on today’s race.

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Rate the 2012 Singapore Grand Prix out of ten

  • 1 (3%)
  • 2 (2%)
  • 3 (6%)
  • 4 (8%)
  • 5 (15%)
  • 6 (22%)
  • 7 (25%)
  • 8 (13%)
  • 9 (3%)
  • 10 (3%)

Total Voters: 557

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134 comments on Rate the race: 2012 Singapore Grand Prix

  1. TED BELL said on 23rd September 2012, 21:09

    ZERO

    What a lousy racetrack in such a fantastic location…

  2. William Brierty said on 23rd September 2012, 21:18

    2/10 – One of those GPs that feel you left utterly cold, like UEA ’11, Korea ’10, Germany ’10 and Bahrain ’10. To see someone pull together a perfect weekend and loose if just gut-wrenching, especially because it’s effectively ended the driver’s championship.

  3. James_mc (@james_mc) said on 23rd September 2012, 21:55

    7 – The tension in the first part of the race as everyone started pitting was great! second half felt a bit flat however.

  4. 7/10. First half wasn’t that great, but the second half was exciting. With Hamilton retiring, most drivers being cautious with overtaking and others being a little too aggressive, it never really got off as an amazing race, but was fun to follow. Odd how the TV overlays became confused at the end, too.

  5. Kingshark (@kingshark) said on 23rd September 2012, 23:04

    7 for me.

    First half of the race was incredibly boring. Second part was quite good actually!

  6. RACERNORRISKI (@racernorriski) said on 23rd September 2012, 23:06

    I enjoyed the race BUT I very much dislike alleged racetracks? where it is extremely difficult for the drivers to race!!! The very narrow tracks offer very little racing just a parade with an occassional daring act in an attempt to pass. Places like singapoor are just serious accidents waiting to happen. Thanks, R & R

  7. Kimi4WDC said on 24th September 2012, 0:07

    Stuck behind a slower Mercedes for three races in a row. Combined with team’s inability to get the car on the grid compare to it’s race pace. Very frustrating for a Lotus/Kimi fan.

  8. F1Yankee (@f1yankee) said on 24th September 2012, 0:39

    dreadfully boring – i gave it a 3, for the number of times i fell asleep

  9. 3. Singapore may be a great event for people on the ground in Singapore, but apart from the high up helicopter shots of the track and skyline, it makes for average viewing and racing. Maybe it being broadcast on Channel 10 in standard definition in Australia doesn’t help, but with the lights its like watching 1990s quality footage of another rubbish street circuit

  10. roberttty (@roberttty) said on 24th September 2012, 4:24

    I was at the race. HAM’s retirement robbed us of a potential cliff hanger between VET and HAM.

    First half was admittably BORING – but the race came alive after the safety cars period. Gutsy stuff from MAS, HUL and WEB.

    7/10

  11. troutcor said on 24th September 2012, 4:49

    Well, it should be the first race in a really long time that Massa gets votes for best pass of the race.
    Otherwise, having retirements be the big news coming out of a race is never a good sign. A three.

  12. I liked the race, but by the end I couldn’t help feeling that the FIA have got their priorities screwed. The Singapore Grand Prix is perhaps the most expensive race on the calendar. The money spent for lights, parties, and everything else is done every year and yet RRA is so important, we are switching to cost-effective and environment-friendly V6s in 2014.
    The Singapore Grand Prix, in essence, shows everything that is wrong with F1. The circuit itself has its eccentricities and the biggest anomaly being that it has more laps than circuits which have faster lap times. But apart from that, we see that unnecessary money is being spent on many things. Four years after I impulsively agreed with Montezemolo when he said the race was a ‘circus'(I was shocked with such a poor race for Ferrari, who I was wholeheartedly supporting then), I am back to thinking along those grounds due to a far deeper reason than race results. The big question is: Do we really need the Singapore Grand Prix? Is it more indispensable than the classic F1 races??

    • 100% right… we dont need it. no overtakings, narrow track, maximum speed 290km/hr… boring race. if there was no retirements yesterday honestly the race would have been very boring… the retirements only shook up the order.

  13. DC (@dujedcv) said on 24th September 2012, 8:46

    Why cant people be objective when rating the race? Every time Hamilton drops out, a lot of people say that race was no good

  14. normal race, maybe rated at 5/10
    the retirements made it exciting only…!

  15. Boring. But i’m certain if it was a Button win people would be giving a 10.

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