This weekend saw Singapore as the host of The Singapore Grand Prix 2015, which consisted of three days filled with both motor racing and muscial entertainment from artists such as Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and Bon Jovi. The race took place on the Marina Bay Street Circuit, and with its 23 corners it was the race with most corners of all races in this season. According to a press release from Singapore F1, the Singapore Grand Prix 2015 attracted 86,970 spectators daily, with 260,912 spectators at the Marina Bay Street Circuit over the three-day weekend.
This year had several Scandinavian drivers such as Finnish Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas and the Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson, but it was the German driver, Sebastian Vettel, who took his third win of the year at the end. The Finnish Kimi Raikkonen came as a third and Valtteri Bottas took the fifth place.
The Singapore Grand Prix will remain on the F1 calendar until at least 2017.