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[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] VALTTERI BOTTAS: CLOSING THE GAP

Flying Finn Valtteri Bottas left Monza second-best, not only in terms of the result - finishing just over eight tenths of a second behind the race winner, Ferrari’s...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] CHARLES LECLERC: STANDING OUT

Charles Leclerc heads to Singapore as Ferrari’s hero, the Monégasque doing what its four-time F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel could not… claim victory this year - in...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] NICHOLAS LATIFI: CANNY CANUCK

Williams has a history of running Canadian drivers in Formula 1, its most successful… Jacques Villeneuve - the outspoken, hard-nosed racer who went from Indy 500 winner...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] SERGIO PEREZ: STRONG FINISH

Sergio Pérez heads to Singapore with a new three-year deal with Racing Point in his pocket, the Mexican staying with the Silverstone-based squad through into F1’s new...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] RACE PREVIEW: SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

Hot, humid and forward thinking. Singapore broke free of its reputation as a business and airline hub more than a decade ago - with the emergence of F1's original night...

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Ricciardo excluded from Singapore qualifying results

Daniel Ricciardo has been excluded from Singapore Grand Prix qualifying after his Renault Formula 1 car was found to have operated in breach of the rules related to the...

Pole shows Ferrari has all-round 'powerful' car

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Charles Leclerc's pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix despite a 'messy' lap shows Ferrari now has a 'powerful' Formula 1 car...

Renault summoned over Ricciardo MGU-K breach

Renault's Daniel Ricciardo risks being thrown out of qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix after his car was found to be in breach of the technical regulations.

Mercedes caught off guard by Ferrari's 'big step'

Lewis Hamilton does not know where Ferrari’s “big step” has come from and has admitted the pace of Mercedes’ Formula 1 rival in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying was...

Norris blames 'brain fade' for 'awful' Q3 lap

McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris says 'brain fade' on his final run in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying resulted in an 'awful' lap that left him 10th on the grid.

Leclerc nearly crashed three times during 'crazy' pole lap

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says he saw himself in the wall “two or three times” during his “crazy” pole lap in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying.

Vettel, Hamilton slam 'bullshit' reverse-grid race idea

Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton have slammed the idea of reverse grid races in Formula 1 as 'bullshit' and completely the wrong thing for the sport.

Starting grid in pictures

Here’s how the grid lines up for the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix at Marina Bay, the 15th round of the Formula 1 World Championship. Click on the images above to cycle...

Leclerc beats Hamilton to pole by 0.191s

Charles Leclerc claimed a surprise third consecutive Formula 1 pole position after outpacing Lewis Hamilton by 0.191s.

Combined DTM/FE programme was post-F1 option

Romain Grosjean says he would have pushed for a move to the DTM, possibly in conjunction with a Formula E programme, had he not secured another year in Formula 1.

Perez to take grid penalty after FP3 accident

Sergio Perez will take a five-place grid penalty for the Singapore Grand Prix after fitting a new gearbox ahead of qualifying.

Red Bull aims to firm up 2020 line-up after Mexico

Red Bull expects to finalise its 2020 driver line-up after the Mexican Grand Prix, with the team admitting Alex Albon’s performances have put him in pole position to stay...

Leclerc outpaces Hamilton in FP3

Charles Leclerc headed Lewis Hamilton in final practice for Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix, as Red Bull failed to show its true pace ahead of Saturday night’s...

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March 17 Australia (Melbourne)
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