Red Bull press release
"We've had some good races in Singapore in the past, especially last year when we finished second, just behind Fernando. I love the track, it's very challenging; there are a lot of corners, it's very long, it's hot and it's a night race, so there are a lot of special things about Singapore.
The car seems to be very competitive there, so I hope we can go back there this year and win - it would be very special. Looking to the Championship, there is still some way to go. We are in a very strong position, which we deserve because we've been working hard and made few mistakes. As long as we come out of the next race with a bigger lead then we start with, then we have done a good job, so let's see."
"The Singapore night race is a challenging one. The track's bumpy and although the 1500-odd lights do a good job at illuminating the circuit, it's not like racing in daylight and that makes it tiring. It's also the longest race of the year, running close to the two-hour time-limit set by the FIA, and the intense heat and humidity makes it pretty warm in the cockpit.
You have to watch your hydration during the build-up to the race. I finished third at the Marina Bay circuit last year, but the track hasn't been that kind to me in the past. I enjoy driving there, so I hope to nail it this year in much the same way that I nailed Valencia earlier this season. In the Championship, four of us - me, Fernando, Jenson and Lewis - are separated by just 14 points and none of us is going to give an inch."