Sir Jackie Stewart, an F1 legend, stared intently at the screen. He pointed when a driver came close to overtaking his rival. He also raised his hands to show distance between the two cars. Although he’s been retired from high-octane motorsport for five decades, he still offered an insightful commentary, showing how life and racing are closely intertwined.
The Singapore Grand Prix.
“If you overdrive, you will make a mistake, particularly in a place like this. It is a tough race track. A lot of tight corners and concrete,” he said.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Singapore Grand Prix — part of the Formula One World Championship — wrapped up on a high note last weekend. Since its inception in 2008, the original night race in the city-state has been a highly-anticipated event. Despite heavy rain, over 300,000 spectators packed…