Red Bull Racing wins its sixth constructors championship with six races to spare after Max Verstappen dominates Suzuka.

Max Verstappen takes pole by a dominant 0.6 seconds ahead of first-time grand prix front-row starter Oscar Piastri.

Max Verstappen blitzes both practice sessions to ensure regular programming resumes at the top of Formula 1 for Red Bull Racing.

Red Bull Racing has a chance to wrap up the constructors championship at the all-time classic Suzuka Circuit — if it can bounce back to good form.

Carlos Sainz maintains his 100 per cent victory record since earning the nickname Junkyard Dog. Sky Sports demands all flags be lowered to half-mast for Britain’s lost triple podium.

Some clever Carlos Sainz defensive work wins him a famous victory over Lando Norris and the fast-finishing Mercedes drivers at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz is the first non-Red Bull Racing driver to win a race in 2023 after defusing a Mercedes chase in a Singapore GP classic. But what went wrong on a tough weekend for Max Verstappen? Plus: the antipodeans shine, with strong races from both Oscar Piastri and Liam Lawson at F1’s toughest track.

Red Bull Racing finally meets its match in 2023, with Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez qualifying 11th and 13th in what could be the beginning of the end of its perfect season.

Ferrari tops both practice sessions in one-two formation on an unpredictable day around Marina Bay while Red Bull Racing, complete with some new parts, struggles for pace.

Formula 1 is back in Asia for the original night race in Singapore, the sport’s most physically demanding circuit.

ergio Pérez appears to have admitted for the first time that he could be out of a job as soon as next season, with Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo potentially circling his seat — and with Kiwi Liam Lawson set for the sternest test yet of his F1 mettle.

Toto Wolff and Helmut Marko battle over the significance of Wikipedia entries ahead of the annual poor-singing grand prix.

We get exclusive access to Carlos Sainz’s leaked contract. Rob gets a new watch. Michael pronounces a word correctly.

Max Verstappen makes history, winning an unprecedented 10th consecutive grand prix by beating Carlos Sainz to top spot in Monza.

Ferrari couldn’t stop Max Verstappen from winning a record-breaking 10th consecutive grand prix on what was an entertaining afternoon in Monza — so long as you weren’t McLaren principal Andrea Stella, who had to watch Oscar Piastri and Lando Norris engage in friendly fire partway through the race.

Carlos Sainz sends Ferrari’s home crowd into raptures in Monza by pipping Max Verstappen for pole position.

Someone other than Max Verstappen tops practice, with Carlos Sainz giving the home fans something to cheer about on a good day for the Ferrari.

Formula 1 sends off the European season at one of world motorsport’s oldest and most famous circuits.