F1's trip to Singapore marks the end of the European season, with the second batch of flyaways rounding out the year. Heading off to the flyaway rounds, in interesting and exotic locations on the other side of the world, is always an exciting time - especially as the title race heats up.
Singapore is a bit of an unusual one when it comes to flyaway races, though. Due to it being a night race, with all sessions taking place late in the day, everyone stays on European time.
A typical schedule for someone in the F1 paddock is to wake up around lunch time, have breakfast in the early afternoon and lunch in the evening. Dinner is then in the early hours of the morning, before heading to bed shortly before sunrise.
To find out more about how F1 teams stay in tip top shape during the season, check out our feature on it here.