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Who is the worst driver of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix?

Date: May 30, 2024 Time: 23:14:06

Who is the worst driver of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix?

Evgeny Kustov September 17, 2023, 21:50 Moscow time

The selection of candidates is as important as ever: four representatives of the best teams at once.

This Formula 1 season we have launched a new section. Now, once the race is over, we invite you to choose the worst driver yourself. Additionally, in this ranking survey we encourage you to evaluate the performance of the drivers on race day, without taking into account qualifications and other sessions. That is, it turns out to be a kind of “reverse runner of the day” award.

Based on the results of the race on the Singapore track, the editors selected five contenders for the title of worst driver, and now only you can determine the name of the “winner.”

Use the ▼▲ arrows to select and write in the comments why you made this particular decision.

Important: The “Ranking” functionality is available only in the normal version of the “Championship”. If you accessed this material through the search page, you will see a generated list without voting buttons.

Who is the worst driver of the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix?

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Logan Sergeant

Not a single material like this without an American. The Williams rookie drove and drove, and when the tires began to wear out, he lost control of the car and drove straight into the stopper, another serious mistake. The season is nearing the end and Sargent continues to beat the team.

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George Russell

Poor Brit! The Mercedes driver had a great weekend and even had a chance to win, but he ruined everything on the last lap. Russell got carried away by the fight with Norris, lost concentration and crashed into the wall. Suspension failure and the end is at the top. Hmm.

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Sergio Perez

In principle everything was lost in qualifying and at that moment at Red Bull the set-up was completely lost. But Pérez did not impress in the race either. Unlike Verstappen, Cheko did not break through at all and already on the first lap he faced Tsunoda. After the safety car, Pérez also fell much harder than Max. Finally, towards the end, Sergio knocked out Albon dirty, although the final penalty did not prevent the Mexican from finishing eighth.

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Carlos Leclerc

A sad and slightly weak-willed Monegasque breed. On the one hand, he worked for the team, covering for Sainz and having to lose time at the first pit stop. On the other hand, who is to blame for the fact that Charles began to lose pace towards the finish line and fell behind the Sainz-Norris duo? Otherwise, he could have taken advantage of Lando’s DRS and tried to retain third place.

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Fernando Alonso

An unusual mistake for a two-time world champion. It is unclear why, during a pit stop under the safety car, Alonso attacked so hard at the pit lane entrance that he ended up flying back onto the track and incurring a penalty for crossing the white line. Perhaps, without the five-second penalty, Nando would not have made the second pit stop, which ruined everything for him.

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