Singapore is a track and race weekend like no other. An offset schedule to stay on the European timezone, hot and humid conditions and a night race with the stunning city backdrop.
It's also a twisty track layout that's changed slightly for this year's Singapore Grand Prix. So that's something to keep an eye on.
The Marina Bay Street Circuit requires high downforce levels and the W14 has typically worked better in that set-up, so there are reasons to be optimistic heading to Singapore.
"We maximised the result in Monza with the package we had," Toto says. "That will be important across the rest of the season to secure second in the Constructors'.
"At a circuit that didn't necessarily suit the characteristics of our car, we were still competitive. It's encouraging to see that the W14 is performing well across a range of tracks.