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ESPN rounds up all the reaction from around the paddock after Friday practice for the Singapore Grand Prix
Jenson Button is optimistic McLaren can build on its Friday performance in Singapore as he thinks there isplenty of improvement to be gained before qualifying
Fernando Alonso said there was nothing unusual about his Friday practice sessions at the Singapore Grand Prix, despite being in the mix with Mercedes
Both Williams drivers were concerned about their lack of pace on Friday at the Singapore Grand Prix after finishing the second practice session in 17th and 18th
Daniel Ricciardo thinks challenging Mercedes in Singapore will be tough if Mercedes has more in the tank than it showed during Friday practice
Pastor Maldonado says his FP2 crash in Singapore was caused due to the erratic behaviour of his Lotus on the super-soft option tyre
Nico Rosberg has been left with work to do after missing out on a fast lap during second practice for the Singapore Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton beat Fernando Alonso to the fastest time of the second practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix as Nico Rosberg missed out on a quick lap
Sebastian Vettel says he is optimistic Red Bull can take the fight to Mercedes in Singapore despite missing the majority of FP2 due to an engine problem
Lewis Hamilton says work is still needed ahead of qualifying to find a perfect balance for his Mercedes despite topping FP2 during a clean Friday at Marina Bay
FIA technical boss Charlie Whiting has admitted it would have been tough to police coded radio messages had the governing body pushed through the original plans for restricting radio traffic
Fernando Alonso topped the opening practice session at the Singapore Grand Prix after clocking a time 0.122s clear of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton
The FIA has revised its restrictions on the use of team radio in order to give teams more freedom to discuss car performance
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested the controversial double points rule will be dropped for 2015 due to the backlash it has caused this season
Bernie Ecclestone is keen to see fewer teams on the grid as long as they run three cars
With much of the focus leading up to the Singapore Grand Prix surrounding the FIA’s decision to restrict the amount of team to driver radio communications, F1′s drivers have been reacting to the changes
Lewis Hamilton is relishing the opportunity to draw on his karting experience following the FIA’s recent clampdown on radio communications between driver and pit wall
Nico Rosberg is not concerned the ban on certain team radio instructions will hurt him more than any other driver on the grid
Kevin Magnussen says he will heed Eric Boullier’s recent advice to stay feisty behind the wheel despite being penalised twice in two races for his driving
Sebastian Vettel says one benefit of his winless campaign so far is the lessons he has learnt from being beaten, though he is not giving up on his first victory of 2014 just yet
Felipe Massa has hit out at the FIA’s plans to limit radio traffic in order to put the onus back on the driver
Daniel Ricciardo says he is happy for Red Bull to avoid implementing team orders to aid his slim title chances so he can continue to earn victories on merit against Sebastian Vettel
Bernie Ecclestone has hinted at more changes to the regulations in order to make racing more difficult for drivers
Fernando Alonso says recent reports of a 2015 seat-swap with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel by the Italian media are hampering his efforts to unite Ferrari as a team
Kimi Raikkonen expects Ferrari to put its performances woes from Monza behind it in Singapore but admits the team still has plenty of work to secure a competitive weekend.
The GP2 series has announced it will adopt the Drag Reduction System (DRS) which has transformed overtaking in Formula One in recent years for the 2015 season
Kamui Kobayashi will retain his Caterham drive at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend alongside Marcus Ericsson
Renault is expecting fuel consumption to be on the limit at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, with the stop-start nature of the track making it one of the most challenging races of the year
Ferrari has shifted its focus to next year’s car and is bringing 2015 components to the F14 T at races in order to “track test” new ideas
Toto Wolff says the relationship between childhood friends Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton went from amicable to “very intense” as soon as the pair realised they would be world title rivals this season
Toto Wolff says the relationship between childhood friends Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton went from amicable to “very intense” as soon as the pair realised they would be world title rivals this season
The FIA has elaborated on what is and is not permitted under the rules of its latest clampdown surrounding radio communications – and confirmed it extends to pit boards too
Eric Boullier believes McLaren has to throw everything it can into the final six races of the season to maximise possible gains over the winter break, starting with this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Outgoing Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne thinks his F1 results suggest he could be as successful as former team-mate Daniel Ricciardo if given a more competitive car
Mercedes has named Pascal Wehrlein its reserve driver after he became the youngest-ever race winner in DTM history
Nico Rosberg says he is not worried about Lewis Hamilton’s previous experience of F1 title fights, even if he thinks it may give the Brit an edge in the run-in this season
Peter Prodromou has officially started his second stint at Mclaren as chief engineer with the promise of doing everything he can to return the team to past glories
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari needs to target a big Energy Recovery System (ERS) improvement if it wants to close the gap to its rivals this winter
Lucas di Grassi won Formula E’s inaugural race in Beijing after Nicolas Prost and Nick Heidfeld crashed while battling for the lead at the final corner of the race
Mercedes motor sport boss Toto Wolff has labelled plans to limit team radio as a “complex and controversial decision”
Red Bull boss Christian Horner is expecting world champion Sebastian Vettel to find his form in the remaining races of the season and take the fight to team-mate Daniel Ricciardo
Ferrari’s new chairman Sergio Marchionne says his biggest priority is sorting out the team’s power unit issues which has seen it drop down the F1 pecking order in 2014
Kimi Raikkonen says he has not made a decision on when he will retire from F1 but hopes to see out his career at Ferrari
The FIA has banned communication between teams and their drivers relating to the performance of the car
McLaren chief Ron Dennis says Formula One should not shy away from making changes to F1′s product if it helps the sport’s popularity in the long term
Max Verstappen has completed his first test of a Formula One car after driving a 2012 Toro Rosso at the Adria International Raceway in Italy
Takuma Sato has become the latest ex-F1 driver set to compete in Formula E by signing with Aguri, who he drove for between 2006 and 2008
In a race where Lewis Hamilton was forced to do it the hard way and Sergio Perez had the Force India pit wall holding its breath, ESPNF1 rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Italian Grand Prix
Jenson Button believes Lewis Hamilton is one of the fastest drivers in F1 history and says he is impressed with the mental strength his former McLaren team-mate has shown this year