F1 heavyweights Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton were well fancied in difficult conditions but both had days to forget at the Marina Bay Street Circuit as they finished outside the top six.
After a dramatic weekend on and off the track, GPFans brings you the best stats and facts.
Perez joins F1 roll of honour
Perez powered Red Bull to its first win in Singapore in the hybrid era.
The Mexican led from the first corner of the race until the chequered flag dropped on the two-hour mark, the first time he has led an entire grand prix in his career, in doing so becoming the 58th driver in history and the fifth Red Bull driver to do so.
Perez is only the second non-champion to win at this venue. Nico Rosberg was yet to be crowned when he won the Singapore GP in 2016.
Red Bull's incredible streaks
It was Red Bull’s sixth consecutive victory, a streak which began at the French GP.
The Milton Keynes team has now won 13 of the 17 GPs so far, equaling their best tally of victories in a season, which they first set in 2013.
Red Bull has featured on the podium in each of the last 11 Singapore GPs and has more podiums  at Marina Bay than any other team.
Verstappen's shock drop
With Perez and Leclerc finishing first and second, Verstappen's championship lead took a hit for the first time since the British Grand Prix.
Perez matches Ricciardo alongside Verstappen
This is the first time since 2018 that both Red Bull drivers have bagged multiple wins in the same season.
Ferrari hit remarkable milestone
With Leclerc and Sainz finishing second and third respectively, Ferrari became the first engine manufacturer to reach the milestone of 800 podium finishes in F1.
Leclerc took pole position and finished runner-up for the second consecutive Singapore GP, having done so in 2019.
Astonishingly, the result was Ferrari’s first double-podium since Miami in May.
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