There are quite a lot of lights in Singapore during the night race, but here are five facts you probably won’t know.
It would take light travelling through a fibre optic cable just 0.016922 milliseconds to lap the circuit once.
The Asiatic lion would take roughly seven and a half minutes to run a lap of the circuit.
The lights at Singapore use 3,180,000 watts, enough to power all 20 Formula E cars for five and a half races.
Marina Bay is the F1 track closest to the equator, 7900 laps of the track is equal to the circumference of the equator.
You would need 3.2 million 250g jars of Marmite to cover the track with 1cm of Marmite.
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