Every year ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, without fail we get the “but what happens if it rains?” stories and it never does. This year though there seems to be a new kind of weather risk, a haze, and it actually looks pretty bad.
In pictures: Haze on Sep 14 http://t.co/2nhlC7Ni3J
— Singapore News (@sgpressrelease) September 14, 2015
Yup, that’s how Singapore is looking right now, a place that’s meant to be hosting Formula One on Friday. Oh dear.
The Pollutant Standards Index (PSI) was measured at 222 earlier in the week which is not healthy at all and a number of this weekend’s events have been cancelled because of it.
But F1 getting cancelled? It couldn’t happen, could it?