After three years, the Formula 1 will step on the marina bay circuit to dispute the Singapore Grand Prixan event historically marked by the high temperatures of the track, which demand the maximum resistance of the pilots and that cause a special preparation for each one of them.
Among the drivers who showed off some details of their training was Czech Perezwho was one of those who uploaded to his social networks how he prepares for this demanding race, because 10 days after they start shooting in Singaporeyour body is already working on adaptation so as not to suffer during each of the sessions.
Through his Instagram account and along with a couple of stories from his personal physical trainer, Jo Channelsit was possible to observe how he is being subjected to intense heat in spaces similar to a sauna, in addition to training warmly to sweat in a similar way to how he would do it inside Marina Bay.
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Sergio Perez uploaded a story in shorts, with obvious wear and sweat, in which he stated: “I know that Singapore is coming”, a phrase with which he implied that he is already preparing to withstand the strong temperatures that are customary in Marina Baywhere the average temperature throughout the day is above 29º centigrade.
The crucial thing about the event is that, despite the fact that the race will be at night, the cockpit of the single-seater can have the thermal sensation of up to 50 degreesso it could represent the most exhausting race of the year on October 2, reason enough for most of the drivers to be preparing their bodies to be able to perform at the highest level.
This was even shared by Formula 1 social networks, where Czech starred in the scene, followed by George Russell Y Carlos Sainzthe latter with a similar treatment inside the sauna, with the aim of losing kilos in a similar way to what will happen in the circuit of Marina Bay.
🇸🇬 More climate training for Singapore
– Sergio Pérez Fan Page (@ChecoFanPage) September 21, 2022
In addition to the intense heat expected for the Singapore GPthe conditions of the track have also caused this race to be one of the most difficult to navigate, because due to the fact that it is a street circuit, the track is the one with the most imperfections along its 5 kilometers and generates more vibrations than in other layouts.
When is the Singapore GP?
The Singapore Grand Prix It will start on Friday, September 30, with the first two free sessions, which will start at 5:00 in the morning, in Mexico City time, 6:00 p.m., in local time.
The classification will take place on Saturday, October 1 at 8:00 a.m. and the race will be on Sunday, October 2 at 7:00 a.m., all in CDMX time, so it will be one of the earliest for the Mexican public, who will have to get up a little earlier than usual.
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