In case you haven't been following along, the Formula 1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix took place over this past weekend (Lewis Hamilton won, by the way). This race, in its infancy in the F1 repertoire, already has quite a reputation for the unique qualities of the race attributes and its environment in general. Today's web video takes a closer look at many of the features of the Singapore Circuit, courtesy of "Grand Prix Insights".
I know this is a little past the point since the race already took place, but I just found this video last night and I thought it offered a uniquely analytical look at the various factors to contend with in this intriguing race event. Most of the talk comes from AT&T Williams driver Nico Rosberg, who discusses topics such as track conditions, difficulty of navigation, night time vision considerations and more. But this isn't just a talking head video - there is plenty of quality action from the race track to view as well, and it looks pretty damn cool. "Grand Prix Insights" offers intriguing, quality analysis of a variety of GP events, and I recommend checking out their catalog of web videos.