Rosberg expects challenging Singapore in rain

The skies above Singapore opened on Wednesday, and more wet weather is forecast to follow. As the Asian city-state hosts F1's only night race, and it stayed dry a year ago, the prospect of rain - and how visibility in those conditions will be ...

The skies above Singapore opened on Wednesday, and more wet weather is forecast to follow.

As the Asian city-state hosts F1's only night race, and it stayed dry a year ago, the prospect of rain - and how visibility in those conditions will be affected by the floodlighting - is a worry for the drivers.

Worsening the situation is the predicted uncomfortable levels of humidity and visible smoke haze caused by forest fires in nearby Indonesia.

"I think it would become really challenging if it rains," said Williams' Nico Rosberg.

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Nico Rosberg
Teams Williams