And hopefully, the race organisers are trying to save electricity.
The Formula One Singapore Grand Prix is the only race of the year held wholly under floodlights at night, and the Marina Bay circuit features more corners than any other currently used in F1.
This never-ending string of corners coupled with the high humidity and slow speed makes Singapore one of the toughest races of the year for the drivers.
It's also the longest—the total race time usually comes in only a few minutes shy of the two-hour limit.
Precision is everything. The walls surrounding the circuit mean an error which could cost a few seconds elsewhere may result in retirement here.
When you factor in the ever-present threat of rain and the high probability of a Safety Car, you have one of the most unpredictable races on the calendar.
But there's no harm in trying, right?