One of the more interesting stories to emerge from the Singapore Grand Prix came not from the track but from the press conference room, where F1 motorsport boss Ross Brawn previewed the sport’s direction for aerodynamics post-2020.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton cooks Sebastian Vettel’s title chances, Formula One prepares to welcome back the Torpedo, and Peter McGinley provides some genuinely useful consumer advice.
What started as a seemingly unbelievable paddock rumour has become a widely understood open secret: Daniil Kvyat will return to the Red Bull fold to race for Toro Rosso in 2019.Continue reading
The corks had been popped on the podium champagne, and though Sebastian Vettel made a token effort to partake in the post-race celebrations, it was obvious his heart wasn’t in it.Continue reading
It was hard to know whether the tropical humidity or the despair of conceding vital ground in the championship fight embraced Sebastian Vettel tighter as he clambered from his third-placed Ferrari at the end of the Singapore Grand Prix, but as he watched Lewis Hamilton celebrate his fourth win in five races, both must have been suffocating the would-be champion contender.Continue reading
How did Ferrari throw away what was supposed to be a shoo-in win? I speculate with eRacing Magazine’s Trent Price.
Lewis Hamilton eased his way to an effortless victory at the Singapore Grand Prix to stretch his championship lead over Sebastian Vettel to 40 points.Continue reading on RACER 🔗
Daniel Ricciardo says the problems that left him sixth and a second off the pace in qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix are yet to be explained.Continue reading
Sebastian Vettel was supposed to have qualifying all his own way at the Singapore Grand Prix, but instead he was left blinded by a Lewis Hamilton broadside.Continue reading
Lewis Hamilton surprised his F1 rivals by dominating qualifying at the Singapore Grand Prix while championship rival Sebastian Vettel struggled in third.Continue reading
Kimi Raikkonen led the way in Friday practice for the Singapore Grand Prix but a crash by Sebastian Vettel halfway through the evening session ensured Ferrari’s day ended bittersweet.Continue reading
Charles Leclerc gets his promotion to Ferrari, Kimi Raikkonen returns to Sauber, Esteban Ocon seems destined to lose his place in F1 and everyone forgets what happened to Stoffel Vandoorne.
Esteban Ocon says he’s disappointed Formula One’s political machinations appear likely to leave him without a drive in 2019 as the final pieces of the driver market begin falling into place.Continue reading
Daniel Ricciardo is quietly optimistic he can claim his first Singapore Grand Prix victory this weekend, but the Australian admits his team will have to overcome Ferrari first.Continue reading
Ahead of this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix Ferrari confirmed 2018’s favourite on again, off again rumour by announcing Charles Leclerc as Kimi Raikkonen’s replacement from next season.Continue reading