Singapore a real test, says Senna
19 September 2011 – Bruno Senna is aware of the challenge this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix will present, with a particularly long race distance and humid conditions just two of the confrontations added to the fact that the race is staged until lights from 8pm.
“Singapore will be a real test,” says the Renault driver, who scored for the first time in Italy. “It’s a fairly recent addition to the calendar in F1 terms and it will be quite a novelty for me. It will be quite demanding to extract everything I can from the car, but I am enthusiastic about what awaits and hope I can reward the team with more points.
“As with the Malaysian Grand Prix, Singapore requires you to arrive at the track a little earlier to help acclimatise. Having said that, the team will also remain on their British Summer Time body clocks because of the weekend’s timetable! I’m looking forward to a fun and different type of race weekend.”
Further pre-Singapore feelings from Renault:
Petrov travels early to Singapore