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Formula 1: race in Singapore in the live ticker – did Red Bull cheat? Verstappen racing team in the crosshairs

2022-10-02T10:55:18.578Z

Formula 1: race in Singapore in the live ticker – did Red Bull cheat? Verstappen racing team in the crosshairs Created: 2022-10-02 12:43 p.m By: Marius Epp Red Bull and Max Verstappen are currently the measure of all things in Formula 1. © MOHD RASFAN/AFP Charles Leclerc starts on pole in Singapore. Can Max Verstappen catch up from eighth place on the grid? The race in the live ticker. Formul



Formula 1: race in Singapore in the live ticker – did Red Bull cheat?

Verstappen racing team in the crosshairs

Created: 2022-10-02 12:43 p.m

By: Marius Epp

Red Bull and Max Verstappen are currently the measure of all things in Formula 1. © MOHD RASFAN/AFP

Charles Leclerc starts on pole in Singapore.

Can Max Verstappen catch up from eighth place on the grid?

The race in the live ticker.

  • Formula 1 :

    Singapore

    Grand Prix

    |

    Sunday, 2 p.m

  • Budget dispute over

    Red Bull

    :

    Verstappen

    racing team is accused of fraud

  • This live ticker for the race is constantly updated

Singapore – Recently, so many races have been to the liking of world champion Max Verstappen and Red Bull – Singapore has not been one of them so far.

The team failed in qualifying, the Dutchman was unable to complete his fastest lap due to a lack of fuel and now has to start from eighth place.

World Cup rival Charles Leclerc secured pole position.

Charles Leclerc wants to win the Singapore night race - and has the best chance with pole position.

© LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA/AFP

But that's not all: Red Bull is also facing allegations of fraud ahead of the race in Singapore.

There is a rumor that the racing team exceeded the budget limit last season and even spent seven million US dollars more than the other teams.

Formula 1: Budget dispute over Red Bull – Verstappen racing team is accused of fraud

Red Bull vehemently denies the allegations.

In the background, the FIA ​​​​has been investigating the process for a long time, and a result is expected next Wednesday.

The regulations would theoretically even make it possible to deprive Verstappen of the world title.

In the meantime, the second world title can no longer be taken away from him.

There are still six races to go, and Verstappen is 116 points ahead of his rival Leclerc in the drivers' standings.

We accompany the iconic night race through the streets of Singapore from 2 p.m. in the live ticker.

(epp)

Source: merkur

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