Sergio Perez claimed his second victory of the 2022 F1 season with a calm and collected drive during Sunday night’s Singapore Grand Prix, fending off Charles Leclerc from start to finish.

    Having jumped ahead of pole-sitter Leclerc when the lights went out, Perez maintained position for the remaining laps as an initially wet encounter turned dry – though he was investigated for a potential Safety Car infringement.

    Behind, Carlos Sainz rounded out the podium finishers after Lewis Hamilton’s attack ended with a trip to the barriers, while Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo gave McLaren a very welcome points haul in P4 and P5, moving them ahead of Alpine in the constructors’ standings.

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    Max Verstappen finished seventh – overtaking Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel in the closing minutes – on what was a challenging evening for the reigning world champion, whose title celebrations are on hold for now.

    A long list of retirements included both Alpine drivers – Fernando Alonso unable to mark his 350th race start with a special result – both Williams drivers, AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda and Alfa Romeo’s Zhou Guanyu.

    Click on the video player above to relive the action from the Singapore Grand Prix.