Singapore GP see: F1 drivers prepared for the intensity and dampness, where their drinking water resembles hot tea

Singapore F1

It’s a hot inquiry for the Recipe One framework this week: do you taste the tea in Singapore? The Singapore Great Prix is known for its intensity and smothering stickiness, making drivers lose huge load by perspiring as they drive. Drivers have drink tubes incorporated into their protective caps which siphon liquids from a pack in the cockpit, yet in Singapore, those beverages can arrive at the temperature of hot tea.

“Hydrate well,” was runaway standings pioneer Max Verstappen’s recommendation to Liam Lawson on Thursday as the New Zealander from AlphaTauri gets ready to race in Singapore interestingly.

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