JONATHAN MCEVOY IN SINGAPORE: An extensive ban on radio transmissions was abolished before it had started at the Singapore GP despite backing from Bernie Ecclestone.
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Nico Rosberg admitted he has ground to make up on Lewis Hamilton after losing momentum in Friday’s practice sessions for the Singapore GP…
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested Formula One is poised for a dramatic change should a number of cash-strapped teams go to the wall over the winter.
Lewis Hamilton is working on improving his single-mindedness as he bids to improve his chances of winning this year’s Formula One world title.
Racer turned pundit suspects the German may not recover from Monza row and open the door for the Englishman to win ALL the years remaining Grands Prix
David Coulthard runs the rule over this year’s Singapore Grand Prix on the Marina Bay Street Circuit
Interview: Alain Prost, a man who knows about rivalries, says the current Mercedes duel should not stop Hamilton and Rosberg from being team-mates
Briton prospers in practice following rule change, finishing 1.5 seconds quicker than team-mate and drivers’ title rival Nico Rosberg
Friday pacesetter Lewis Hamilton has set his sights on seeing off the perennial challenge from Nico Rosberg and the prospect of renewed threats from Mercedes’ rivals to claim what he has termed a “very important” pole position in Singapore.
The 22 drivers have their say on the opening day’s running under the lights at the Marina Bay Circuit.
Sebastian Vettel reckons Red Bull are closer to Mercedes this weekend, even though his own running at the Marina Bay Circuit was limited during Friday practice.
Lewis Hamilton hit the top of the timesheets in Singapore as error-prone Pastor Maldonado hit the wall.
Sebastian Vettel reckons the misfortune he suffered in Singapore on Friday is “part of life” but he is at least happy with Red Bull’s pace…
FIA race director Charlie Whiting has acknowledged coded radio messages will be difficult to police throughout future grands prix.
Toro Rosso Team Principal Franz Tost says the team hope to give Max Verstappen his Formula 1 debut during Practice One at the Japanese GP.
Despite a “clean” Friday and a pace-setting lap time, Lewis Hamilton has revealed he wasn’t entirely happy with his running in Singapore on Friday night…
Williams duo Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa both remain convinced they can deliver a victory for the team before the end of the year having been on the podium five times between the pair so far.
The F1 supremo believes the addition of an extra car is almost inevitable as more and more teams face the harsh financial realities of the sport
Daniel Ricciardo believes the FIA have made the right decision in allowing teams to impart technical information to the drivers…
Lewis Hamilton set the Friday pace as night-time descended in Practice Two at the Singapore GP but an untimely crash for Pastor Maldonado skewed single-lap comparisons between the timesheet-topping Briton and title rival Nico Rosberg.
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Fernando Alonso attended a UPS event at Singapore’s Clarke Quay today. He unveiled a Formula 1 car made entirely of bark and fittonia, a tropical evergreen plant, which represented team-work and efficiency. UPS dedicated it to the city-state that has hosted one of the most evocative rounds of the Formula 1 World Championship since 2008
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time during the second free practice session at Singapore, narrowly edging out Fernando Alonso who earler today went fastest in the first session. Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo was third fastest around the street circuit.
Charlie Whiting says the FIA had fairness in mind when it decided to halve its list of banned pit-to-driver radio messages, although he concedes that things will inevitably become more complicated when the clampdown comes into full force next year.
Charlie Whiting says the FIA had fairness in mind when it decided to halve its list of banned pit-to-driver radio messages, although he concedes that things will inevitably become more complicated when the clampdown comes into full force next year.
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Friday night’s second practice at Singapore, edging ahead of Fernando Alonso and Daniel Ricciardo…
FIA says it will not introduce comprehensive blackout in middle of the season after team principals complain over safety concerns
Sebastian Vettel has elaborated on the reasons behind his struggle to adapt to F1’s new-for-2014 hybrid cars, with the German insisting his problems haven’t been solely caused by the ending of the exhaust-blowing effect.
The FIA have performed a surprise about face after team bosses voiced their safety fears to F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone
Fernando Alonso set the pace in opening practice for the Singapore GP on Friday, as drivers adjusted to new rules prohibiting certain types of radio messages.
Fernando Alonso was the fastest man on track during the first practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix. The Spaniard topped the Mercedes duo, headed by Lewis Hamilton.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that some teams could run three cars next year if the grid is restricted to just eight outfits.
F1 could agree to a new model of eight teams, each running three cars, within the next month, according to the sport’s supremo, Bernie Ecclestone.
The FIA has revised its restrictions on radio and pit board messages from the team to the driver following a meeting with team principals ahead of the Singaporean Grand Prix weekend.
The Italian Grand Prix was a good weekend for Mercedes. After what had happened in Spa, it was a strong, comeback race for the team to finish first and second.
Nico Rosberg stepped off his British Airways flight into the smoggy pall of a Singapore afternoon wearing a white face mask.
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Fernando Alonso has accused the Italian media of attempting to destabilise Ferrari following the latest rumours linking him with a move away from the team.
The Singapore Grand Prix will be the first with a limit on team radio communications, and that change got drivers talking. Some though are more worried than others.
The FIA has issued a further clarification on its radio clampdown ahead of the Singapore GP after teams and drivers raised concerns about the ban as it previously stood.
Sky F1 understands that the FIA will issue a further clarification on its radio clampdown after teams raised concerns about the ban as it currently stands.
Lewis Hamilton insists that nothing will change in his approach to the title-defining final race weekends of the season despite his continued status as the ‘chaser’ in the all-Mercedes championship battle.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has suggested more measures may be taken to make a driver’s life more difficult over the course of a grand prix weekend.
The Spanish race ace has found himself under pressure with rumours that he could be set to leave Maranello at the end of the season
Felipe Massa says he’s opposed to the clampdown on radio messages being enforced at this weekend’s Singapore GP and even warned of a “big accident” if a driver isn’t warned that his car is overheating.
Fernando Alonso has hit out at constant rumours about his future, saying they are are undermining Ferrari’s efforts…
Max Chilton believes we are likely to see drivers penalised in Singapore this weekend due an engineer accidently falling foul of the team radio clampdown.
Daniel Ricciardo has mixed feelings about the decision not to issue orders as it does mean when he beats his team-mate it will be on merit…
Formula One supremo warns that even greater restrictions for drivers could be on the horizon