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Formula One found a breath of fresh air in Singapore

Formula One found fresh air in the heat and humidity of Singapore on Sunday (Sep 18) but next weekend's Japanese Grand Prix could provide a reality check for those celebrating the end of Red Bull's record run of success.

Until Singapore, Red Bull had won all 14 races this season with runaway leader Max Verstappen chasing his 11th victory in succession.

This time there was no Red Bull in the top 10 on the starting grid and a Red Bull-free podium at the end as Ferrari's Carlos Sainz held off McLaren's Lando Norris and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton.

Singapore is something of an outlier and Red Bull are expected to bounce back at Suzuka where they won one-two last year and can also retain their constructors' championship.

"I wouldn't get carried away too much, I think Red Bull are always the main guys to beat and I think in Japan they will be back to where they used to be," commented Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.

"I expect Red Bull to dominate in Japan," agreed Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso. "Singapore was also not good for Mercedes in the past, when they were dominating the championship, so it's a very special race weekend."

Rivals were still enjoying the moment, however.

"It’s a breath of fresh air that we have a different winner, we have a podium without them. You’ve got to take the small positives in a year of dominance," said Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff.

Commercial rights holders Liberty Media may also be feeling some relief.

Liberty's CEO Greg Maffei recognised at a Goldman Sachs conference earlier this month that double world champion Verstappen's runaway success was not ideal from a business perspective, however remarkable in sporting terms.

"The reality is we have a very attractive competitive product, other than the fact