• ROUND 18 - UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 18 - UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX

    Round 18 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Read More
  • MONTERO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS CROWN

    MONTERO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS HIS CROWN

    Ezequiel Montero has successfully defended his crown after victory in Suzuka. The Argentinian keeps dominating Read More
  • ROUND 17 - JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 17 - JAPANESE GRAND PRIX

    Round 17 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Suzuka International Racing Course in Suzuka, Read More
  • MONTERO ONE STEP CLOSER TO SEALING CHAMPIONSHIP

    MONTERO ONE STEP CLOSER TO SEALING CHAMPIONSHIP

    Ezequiel Montero is now one step closer to successfully defending his crown after winning the SRHF1 Read More
  • ROUND 16 - RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

    ROUND 16 - RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

    Round 16 of the SRHF1 2018 Championship from the Sochi Autodrom in Sochi, Russia. Read More
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Ezequiel Montero has now won his 10th Grand Prix of the season after dominating the SRHF1 2018 Singapore Grand Prix last Thursday night. Pole Position went yet again to the Argentinian but it was Carlos Reina who surprised everyone after knocking down Argenis Riera from the front row and setting himself for a start next to the Renault driver.

After leading 59 laps, the Renault pit-wall looked nothing but concerned with the Argentinian's car when multiple brake failures started to occur. Montero saw his 60-second lead over Scime diminish in a matter of two laps when it was reported that two brake discs had failed. Luckily for the Renault driver, his lead was so large that he could cruise his car to victory. Scime would end up in a carreer best second place and Sanabria would round up the podium for Renault with a third place finish.

As it's usually the case around the Marina Bay Street Circuit, there were 10 retirements, but the most notorious one came from Deuce Michaels, after losing power in the back straight, he drifted into the race line only for Otto Acosta to crash heavily into the rear of the Haas. Acosta was running in third at the time and had to pit for a long repair, luckily, he was able to continue the race and grab the last point.

Montero now leads the Drivers Championship by 87 points over missing Cory Mackey. Renault have extended their lead over Ferrari to 47 points with 6 races to go.

Next up, Sochi. Will we see the Ferrari drivers back again? Will Cory Mackey make a return and put an end to Montero's winning streak? All questions to be answered on September 27th for the SRHF1 2018 Russian Grand Prix.

Re-live the race here:

SRHF1 2018 15 Singapore Results Race