Something not seen at a dry weather F1 race since the early 1990s - the countdown clock.
F1 Races run either to distance - i.e. the number of laps assigned to each particular circuit, or to a maximum time distance, of two hours.
Todays’ Singapore Grand Prix was the first dry weather race for two decades that, had it run to full length, would have exceeded the two hour allocation.
So as opposed to the standard “x laps left” fans are used to seeing, towards the end of the race, this time it was the countdown clock.
Which was cool.