Posted September 19, 2013 on AP on Fox
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel says he has a "love-hate relationship" with the Singapore Grand Prix, as he aims for a third straight victory at the Marina Bay circuit this weekend. The love comes easily for a circuit which has played a key role in the past two of his three championship victories, while the hate stems from the challenge of a two-hour race in tropical heat. Speaking Thursday, Vettel said "I love the challenge, but I know it's very hard work." This will be the sixth Singapore Grand Prix, and its status as the calendar's only night race, with big crowds, had made an impression on Vettel who said: "Formula One has not been here for long, but it already feels like a classic."
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