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Gott hat uns heute gesegnet. Der Mercedes-Pilot kontrollierte den Grand Prix vom Start weg souverän und baute seinen Vorsprung in der Weltmeisterschaft mit dem siebten Saisonsieg weiter aus. Diese Webseite verwendet Cookies. Da hatte man sich selbst mehr erwartet: Charles Leclerc Sauber 1:

Fernando Alonso, who had enjoyed a decent start to move up into eleventh, came under pressure from Sainz by lap four, followed by Grosjean, who lost places at the start because he had to move around the stationary Verstappen.

While Vettel's lead was about five seconds on lap five, Verstappen unlapped himself by lap six and posted fast lap times.

A lap later, Grosjean became the first driver to pit. More cars came in on lap eleven, leading to heavy traffic that prevented Sainz and Alonso from leaving their pit boxes, costing time.

Alonso emerged from pit lane ahead of Grosjean, who moved past him into thirteenth. Felipe Massa had a slow stop of 4. When he emerged from pit lane, Nico Hülkenberg was approaching on the racing line.

Both drivers collided, with Hülkenberg being catapulted off Massa's front right tyre, causing him to retire from the race. Since Kvyat had made a pit stop shortly before the safety car was deployed, both Mercedes cars were able to move in front of him, leaving Kvyat in sixth place.

Jenson Button's stop took a long time, dropping him to 16th place. By lap 16, the virtual was replaced by the actual safety car, which stayed out until the end of lap At the restart, Sainz was caught out by his car being stuck in neutral, losing many places and dropping back to 18th position, but managed to continue.

The safety car had meanwhile allowed his teammate Verstappen to move closer to the pack, being about half a lap down on lap The next laps saw Vettel setting a steady pace at the front to conserve his tyres, leading Hamilton to declare that "Vettel's backing up Ricciardo" on team radio.

On lap 26, Hamilton reported a loss of power to his crew. He subsequently lost positions rapidly, dropping back to ninth by lap 28, eventually retiring on lap Meanwhile, Felipe Massa had problems with his car as well.

Similar to Sainz, he saw his car switch to neutral. After driving through pit lane without stopping on lap 30, he retired a lap later, with Fernando Alonso also ending his race on lap 34 with a defective gearbox.

A second safety car period was caused on lap 37 by a man walking on the track. Several drivers again used the safety car to pit for new tyres, including Jenson Button, who emerged in tenth place.

By lap 40, Alexander Rossi was instructed to unlap himself behind the safety car, but when he failed to do so in an acceptable time, the race was resumed on lap 41, with Rossi stuck between the front runners.

By lap 42, Button was racing Pastor Maldonado for position, when both collided in turn 15, damaging Button's front wing, who was forced to pit to have it exchanged.

Button rejoined in 14th place, telling his team on the radio "I should have known, really, that he's mental", speaking about Maldonado. One lap later, he took eighth place from Grosjean.

His teammate Sainz followed two laps later, with Grosjean complaining that Sainz had left him "nowhere to go". Meanwhile, at the front, Ricciardo set a fastest lap on lap 51, being 2.

Lap 53 saw Jenson Button become the second McLaren to retire, suffering from a gearbox issue as well. During the closing stages of the race, Valtteri Bottas in fifth experienced gearbox problems of his own, but was able to continue.

On lap 60, Grosjean ran wide and let Felipe Nasr move through into the final point scoring position, tenth. During the last lap, Toro Rosso instructed Verstappen to let his teammate Sainz pass him for eighth, but Verstappen refused and stayed in place.

Sebastian Vettel crossed the line to win the race, which took the entire allowed span of two hours. At the podium interviews, conducted by former team owner Eddie Jordan , Sebastian Vettel described the race as one of his best ever, calling it "a great day; we had a really great weekend".

He also revealed that his drink bottle had failed halfway into the race, causing him to become thirsty as drivers lose two to three litres in sweat during the Singapore race.

Kimi Räikkönen expressed surprise at his performance, considering that he had struggled with the handling of the car both in qualifying and the race.

I hope it was in focus! Yeah, pretty crazy, we approach that corner at around — klicks so, I don't know, I wouldn't cross the track if I was him.

It was crazy, obviously [ He was later sentenced to serve six weeks in jail. Still during the race, the stewards handed Nico Hülkenberg a three-place grid penalty for the following race in Japan for causing the collision with Felipe Massa on lap We both got damage to our cars; he was behind me trying to get past, I was defending my position.

Following the controversial refusal by Max Verstappen to follow team orders and let his teammate pass in the final lap of the race, team principal Franz Tost later backed up his driver: He was too far away, so Max said no, and he was right.

The team announced that they intended to "send a written unconditional apology" to the Grand Prix officials and security staff over the incident.

As a result of the race, Hamilton's lead in the Drivers' Championship was cut down to 41 points, with Rosberg still in second place. Sebastian Vettel moved closer as well, now being 49 points behind Hamilton.

Felipe Massa's retirement saw him drop from fourth to sixth in the standings, being overtaken by both Räikkönen and Bottas.

In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari closed the gap to leaders Mercedes, now trailing to points. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Daniil Kvyat leads Kimi Raikkonen in F1 practice". Sebastian Vettel leads Ferrari one-two in FP3". The Port of Singapore , managed by port operators PSA International and Jurong Port , was the world's second-busiest port in in terms of shipping tonnage handled, at 1.

In addition, the port is the world's busiest for transshipment traffic and the world's biggest ship refuelling centre. Access to water is universal, affordable, efficient and of high quality.

Integrated water management approaches such as the reuse of reclaimed water , the establishment of protected areas in urban rainwater catchments and the use of estuaries as freshwater reservoirs have been introduced along with seawater desalination to reduce the country's dependence on water imported from neighbouring Malaysia.

Singapore's approach does not rely only on physical infrastructure, but it also emphasises proper legislation and enforcement, water pricing, public education as well as research and development.

The same census also reports that about From onward, people may register using a multi-racial classification, in which they may choose one primary race and one secondary race, but no more than two.

The median age of Singaporean residents was The large number of immigrants has kept Singapore's population from declining.

The next-most practised religion is Christianity , followed by Islam , Taoism , and Hinduism. Other faiths remained largely stable in their share of the population.

There are monasteries and Dharma centres from all three major traditions of Buddhism in Singapore: Theravada , Mahayana , and Vajrayana.

Most Buddhists in Singapore are Chinese and are of the Mahayana tradition, [] with missionaries having come into the country from Taiwan and China for several decades.

However, Thailand's Theravada Buddhism has seen growing popularity among the populace not only the Chinese during the past decade.

The religion of Soka Gakkai International , a Japanese Buddhist organisation, is practised by many people in Singapore, but mostly by those of Chinese descent.

Tibetan Buddhism has also made slow inroads into the country in recent years. Sultan Mosque , a historic mosque in Kampong Glam.

Saint Andrew's Cathedral in the Civic District has existed since Singapore has four official languages: English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese, and Tamil.

The Constitution of Singapore and all laws are written in English, [] and interpreters are required if one wishes to address the Singaporean Courts in a language other than English.

Twenty percent of Singaporeans cannot read or write in English. Singaporeans are mostly bilingual , with English as their common language and usually the mother-tongue as a second language taught in schools, in order to preserve each individual's ethnic identity and values.

Singlish is discouraged by the government. English is the language spoken by most Singaporeans at home, Malay was chosen as a national language by the Singaporean government after independence from Britain in the s to avoid friction with Singapore's Malay-speaking neighbours Malaysia and Indonesia.

Education for primary, secondary, and tertiary levels is mostly supported by the state. All institutions, private and public, must be registered with the Ministry of Education.

Education takes place in three stages: Only the primary level is compulsory. Students begin with six years of primary school, which is made up of a four-year foundation course and a two-year orientation stage.

The curriculum is focused on the development of English, the mother tongue, mathematics , and science. National examinations are standardised across all schools, with a test taken after each stage.

After the first six years of education, students take the Primary School Leaving Examination PSLE , [] which determines their placement at secondary school.

Post-secondary education institutions include 5 polytechnics, institutes of technical education ITEs , 6 public universities [] of which the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University are among the top 20 universities in the world.

Singapore students excelled in most of the world education benchmarks in maths, science and reading. In , both its primary and secondary students rank first in OECD's global school performance rankings across 76 countries—described as the most comprehensive map of education standards.

Singapore has a generally efficient healthcare system, even though their health expenditures are relatively low for developed countries.

Almost the whole population has access to improved water and sanitation facilities. There are fewer than 10 annual deaths from HIV per , people.

There is a high level of immunisation. The government's healthcare system is based upon the "3M" framework.

This has three components: A subsidy scheme exists for those on low income. It accounts for approximately 3. Despite its small size, Singapore has a diversity of languages, religions, and cultures.

From , it served as a trading port for British ships on their way to India. Being a major trading hub and its close proximity to its neighbour Malaysia, Singapore was prone to many foreign influences, both from Britain and from other Asian countries.

Chinese and Indian workers moved to Singapore to work at the harbour. The country remained a British colony until When Singapore became independent from the United Kingdom in , most Singaporean citizens were uneducated labourers from Malaysia, China and India.

With the exception of the Peranakans who pledged their loyalties to Singapore, most of the labourers' loyalties lay with their respective homelands of Malaysia, China and India.

After independence, the government began a deliberate process of crafting a Singaporean identity and culture.

Each Singaporean's behaviours and attitudes are influenced by, among other things, his or her home language and his religion.

Singaporeans who speak English as their native language tend to lean toward Western culture , while those who speak Chinese as their native language tend to lean toward Chinese culture and Confucianism.

Malay-speaking Singaporeans tend to lean toward Malay culture , which itself is closely linked to Islamic culture. Racial and religious harmony is regarded by Singaporeans as a crucial part of Singapore's success, and played a part in building a Singaporean identity.

The national flower of Singapore is the hybrid orchid , Vanda 'Miss Joaquim' , named in memory of a Singapore-born Armenian woman, who crossbred the flower in her garden at Tanjong Pagar in Major religious festivals are public holidays.

Singapore has a reputation as a nanny state. Since the s when the National Arts Council was created to spearhead the development of performing arts, visual and literary art forms, to hasten a vibrant cosmopolitan "gateway between the East and West".

The Singapore Art Museum focuses on contemporary art. The Red Dot Design Museum celebrates exceptional art and design of objects for everyday life, from more than 1, items from 50 countries.

The lotus-shaped ArtScience Museum host touring exhibitions that combine art with the sciences. The Esplanade is Singapore's largest performing arts centre with a very crowded calendar, including 5, free arts and culture events in The literature of Singapore or SingLit comprises a collection of literary works by Singaporeans written chiefly in the country's four official languages: English , Malay , Standard Mandarin and Tamil.

It is increasingly regarded as having four sub-literatures instead of one. Many significant works has been translated and showcased in publications such as the literary journal Singa , published in the s and s with editors including Edwin Thumboo and Koh Buck Song , as well as in multilingual anthologies such as Rhythms: A Singaporean Millennial Anthology Of Poetry , in which the poems were all translated three times each into the three languages.

A number of Singaporean writers such as Tan Swie Hian and Kuo Pao Kun have contributed work in more than one language, although such cross-linguistic fertilisation is becoming increasingly rare.

Singapore has a diverse music culture that ranges from pop and rock, to folk and classical. Various communities have their own distinct ethnic musical traditions: Chinese, Malays, Indians, and smaller other ethnicities, Eurasians.

With their traditional forms of music and various modern musical styles, the fusion of different forms account for the musical diversity in the country.

The nation's lively urban musical scene has made it a centre for international performances and festivals in the region.

Dining is said to be Singaporeans' national pastime, [] and even an obsession for many. The city-state has a burgeoning food scene ranging from hawker centres open-air , food courts air-conditioned , coffee shops open-air with up to a dozen hawker stalls , cafes, fast food, simple kitchens, casual, celebrity and high-end restaurants.

For most events, organisers will be mindful of them and cater food that is acceptable to all or provide choices for the ethnic minorities. Prior to the s, street food were mainly sold by immigrants from China, India and Malaysia to other immigrants seeking a familiar taste.

In Singapore, street food has long migrated into hawker centres with communal seating areas. Typically, these centres have a few dozen to hundreds of food stalls, with each specialising in a single or a number of related dishes.

The choices are almost overwhelming even for locals. In , there are hawker centres spread across the city centre and heartland housing estates.

They are maintained by the National Environment Agency , which also grade each food stall for hygiene. The largest hawker centre is located on the second floor of Chinatown Complex with over stalls.

Two street food stalls in the city are the first in the world to be awarded a Michelin star each.

Local food items generally belong to a particular ethnicity - Chinese, Malay and Indian; but diversity of cuisine has increased further by the "hybridisation" of different styles e.

In hawker centres, cultural diffusion can also be noted when traditionally Malay hawker stalls also sells Tamil food. Chinese stalls may introduce Malay ingredients, cooking techniques or entire dishes into their range of catering.

This continues to make the cuisine of Singapore significantly rich and a cultural attraction. At the high-end of the fine dining scene are a dozen international celebrity chef restaurants, many located within the integrated resorts.

The development of private sports and recreation clubs began in the 19th century colonial Singapore, such as the Cricket Club, Singapore Recreation Club, Singapore Swimming Club, Hollandse Club and others.

Water sports are some of the most popular in Singapore. At the Rio Olympics, Joseph Schooling won Singapore's first Olympic gold medal, claiming the meter butterfly in a new Olympic record time of Three swimmers including Michael Phelps , were in an unprecedented three-way tie for silver.

Its men water polo team has won the SEA Games gold medal for the 27th time in , continuing Singapore sport's longest winning streak.

Singapore's table tennis women team reached their peak as silver medalists at the Beijing Olympics. They were also world champions in when they beat China at the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Russia, breaking the latter's year winning streak.

Singapore's football league, the S. League , launched in , [] currently comprises nine clubs, including two foreign teams.

It was the inaugural F1 night race, [] and the first F1 street race in Asia. Singapore hosted the inaugural Summer Youth Olympics , in which 3, athletes from nations competed in 26 sports.

Companies linked to the government control much of the domestic media in Singapore. There are a total of seven free-to-air TV channels offered by Mediacorp.

Singapore's media industry has sometimes been criticised for being overly regulated and lacking in freedom by human rights groups such as Freedom House.

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Alle Reifennominierungen für den Rest der Saison. Lewis Hamilton und Valtteri Bottas fügten sich erst auf den Positionen 6 und 8 in der Zeitentabelle ein. Aber zuletzt siegte dort zwei Mal Mercedes. Daniel Ricciardo setzte zum Auftakt in 1: Force India wählte zwar ebenfalls neunmal Hypersoft für beide Fahrer, allerdings einmal mehr Soft als Ferrari. Auch Nico Hülkenberg vermochte seinen starken Auftritt im 1. Rennergebnis des Singapur GP. Welche neuen, günstigen F1-Tickets es gibt - Und: Noch sieben Rennen bleiben ihm, um doch noch seinen ersten Erfolg seit zu feiern. Rang drei war für den Deutschen aber eine Niederlage. Von Vettel war auf dem alten Ultrasoft-Reifen ohnehin keine Attacke mehr zu erwarten. Williams 7 kompletter WM-Stand. Wir wollten aggressiv sein, aber das hat nicht geklappt. Im Ziel waren die drei Piloten nur durch zwei Sekunden getrennt. Doch Verstappen konnte die Situation nicht ausnutzen und rollte am Ende mit 8,9 Sekunden Rückstand deutlich geschlagen über die Linie. Sebastian Vettel hat in der Nacht von Singapur den ersehnten Weltmeistertitel aus den Augen verloren. Vettel war seinerseits nicht dazu in der Lage Druck auf Verstappen zu machen. Vettel muss am Sonntag irgendwie versuchen vor Hamilton ins Ziel zu kommen. Die Longruns sehen aber ganz gut aus. Einträge mit hellrotem Hintergrund waren keine Läufe zur Automobil- bzw.

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Founding of modern Singapore and Singapore in the Straits Settlements. Japanese occupation of Singapore.

Operation Tiderace and Post-war Singapore. Independence of Singapore Agreement Goh Chok Tong 2nd Prime Minister — Since self-government in , Singapore has had only three Prime Ministers.

Foreign relations of Singapore. Water supply and sanitation in Singapore. Demographics of Singapore and Singaporeans.

Religion in Singapore, [2] Religion Percent Buddhism. Language used most frequently at home [] [] Language Percent English.

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Retrieved 21 September National Institute of Education, Singapore. Archived from the original on 26 April Retrieved 4 August Asian Studies University of Texas at Austin.

Archived from the original on 23 March Retrieved 7 July A Study of Toponymics. Miksic 15 November Singapore and the Silk Road of the Sea, — A Cross-linguistic Typology , p.

University of Hawaii Press. Retrieved 23 December Archived from the original PDF on 23 September Retrieved 5 July The Singapore and Melaka Straits.

Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th century. Retrieved 1 May Retrieved 18 July Ministry of Defence Singapore.

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Ministry of Transport, Singapore. Archived from the original on 21 April Archived from the original on 23 August Retrieved 15 May After driving through pit lane without stopping on lap 30, he retired a lap later, with Fernando Alonso also ending his race on lap 34 with a defective gearbox.

A second safety car period was caused on lap 37 by a man walking on the track. Several drivers again used the safety car to pit for new tyres, including Jenson Button, who emerged in tenth place.

By lap 40, Alexander Rossi was instructed to unlap himself behind the safety car, but when he failed to do so in an acceptable time, the race was resumed on lap 41, with Rossi stuck between the front runners.

By lap 42, Button was racing Pastor Maldonado for position, when both collided in turn 15, damaging Button's front wing, who was forced to pit to have it exchanged.

Button rejoined in 14th place, telling his team on the radio "I should have known, really, that he's mental", speaking about Maldonado.

One lap later, he took eighth place from Grosjean. His teammate Sainz followed two laps later, with Grosjean complaining that Sainz had left him "nowhere to go".

Meanwhile, at the front, Ricciardo set a fastest lap on lap 51, being 2. Lap 53 saw Jenson Button become the second McLaren to retire, suffering from a gearbox issue as well.

During the closing stages of the race, Valtteri Bottas in fifth experienced gearbox problems of his own, but was able to continue. On lap 60, Grosjean ran wide and let Felipe Nasr move through into the final point scoring position, tenth.

During the last lap, Toro Rosso instructed Verstappen to let his teammate Sainz pass him for eighth, but Verstappen refused and stayed in place.

Sebastian Vettel crossed the line to win the race, which took the entire allowed span of two hours. At the podium interviews, conducted by former team owner Eddie Jordan , Sebastian Vettel described the race as one of his best ever, calling it "a great day; we had a really great weekend".

He also revealed that his drink bottle had failed halfway into the race, causing him to become thirsty as drivers lose two to three litres in sweat during the Singapore race.

Kimi Räikkönen expressed surprise at his performance, considering that he had struggled with the handling of the car both in qualifying and the race.

I hope it was in focus! Yeah, pretty crazy, we approach that corner at around — klicks so, I don't know, I wouldn't cross the track if I was him.

It was crazy, obviously [ He was later sentenced to serve six weeks in jail. Still during the race, the stewards handed Nico Hülkenberg a three-place grid penalty for the following race in Japan for causing the collision with Felipe Massa on lap We both got damage to our cars; he was behind me trying to get past, I was defending my position.

Following the controversial refusal by Max Verstappen to follow team orders and let his teammate pass in the final lap of the race, team principal Franz Tost later backed up his driver: He was too far away, so Max said no, and he was right.

The team announced that they intended to "send a written unconditional apology" to the Grand Prix officials and security staff over the incident.

As a result of the race, Hamilton's lead in the Drivers' Championship was cut down to 41 points, with Rosberg still in second place. Sebastian Vettel moved closer as well, now being 49 points behind Hamilton.

Felipe Massa's retirement saw him drop from fourth to sixth in the standings, being overtaken by both Räikkönen and Bottas. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari closed the gap to leaders Mercedes, now trailing to points.

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