Toyota F1 Video: Racing After Dark in Singapore

With the inaugural Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday, September 28, Formula 1 takes a leap into the unknown as this will be the first ever GP to be held at night. Of course drivers won’t be left in the dark as the 5.067 km long Marina Bay Street Circuit will have some 1,500 lighting projectors turning night into day. Another factor that will play an important role in the race is the weather as September evenings in Singapore can get very wet. Hit the jump to see what the Panasonic Toyota Racing team had to say about the upcoming Singapore F1 night race where it will compete with the TF108 piloted by Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock. -Continued