How to watch the live draw of the Singapore GP live in HD

Live football coverage of the 2017 Singapore GP is now available online via Google Play.

The live coverage of this year’s Singapore GP starts at 9:30am local time (7:30pm AEDT) on Sunday, March 11.

The event will be live streamed on YouTube, BBC Sport’s website and the official live stream app of the Grand Prix website.

This will be the first time Singapore has broadcast live football since 2010 when it broadcasted live football for the first two years of the 2010 Grand Prix.

The Singapore Grand Prix 2017 broadcast on Google Play will be available to watch from Singapore and Hong Kong.

The Grand Prix has already shown its full breadth in Singapore and Malaysia, with two Grand Prix live streams featuring live events in Malaysia and Singapore.

The race was held on the final day of the 2014 Singapore GP in Kuala Lumpur.

The final day saw a total of 24 races on the grid, with five grand prix and one race in China.

There were 10 Grand Prix in total on the Singapore Grand Tour from January to November, with the last race being the last day of qualifying for the 2016 F1 World Championship in Japan.

There was also a total 24 races in total in the 2015 Singapore GP from September to December.