The Singapore Grand Prix Strategy Report podcast features Julianne Cerasoli, Brazil’s only travelling F1 journalist.Continue reading
Sebastian Vettel somehow wins a race, Romain Grosjean is somehow re-signed at Haas and William Storey is somehow still in control of the Rich Energy Twitter account.
Sebastian Vettel has taken his first win of the season by beating Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc on strategy at the Singapore Grand Prix.Continue reading
Charles Leclerc and Ferrari defied expectations by beating better-fancied Mercedes and Red Bull Racing rivals to pole at the Singapore Grand Prix, but their prospects for a third victory in a row remain unclear.Continue reading
Charles Leclerc has stormed to a third pole position in a row after Ferrari stunned to usurp Mercedes at the head of the grid.Continue reading
Haas will retain an unchanged driver line-up in 2020 after team principal Guenther Steiner rejected Nico Hulkenberg’s attempt to replace incumbent Roman Grosjean.Continue reading
Out-of-contract Renault driver Nico Hulkenberg says he won’t accept just any deal at any team as he fights to keep his Formula One career alive.Continue reading
Robert Kubica’s spectacular F1 comeback seems destined to end after a single season, with the Pole confirming his intention to quit the Williams team at the end of the year.Continue reading
We consider how underwhelming Ferrari will be in Singapore, who will win the battle between Romain Grosjean and Nico Hulkenberg for a seat at the underwhelming Haas team and why any changes to qualifying will likely only whelm at best.
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.
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