Sunday, September 24, 2017

Palmer wants to show what he can do before Renault exit

Jolyon Palmer has suffered a problematic sophomore season at Renault. But on Sunday things finally went right for the 26-year-old, who finished in sixth place in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Leclerc handed four FP1 outings by Sauber

Ferrari junior driver Charles Leclerc will get the opportunity to participate in four Formula 1 free practice sessions this season.

Singapore retirement won’t cost Vettel an engine

Sebastian Vettel's retirement at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix last weekend did not do significant damage to his Ferrari engine.

Mercedes crew set the pace in the pit lane at Singapore

Mercedes were not only fastest on track at the Marina Bay Street Circuit on Sunday, they were also the quickest team on pit lane as well.

Williams mentality change won’t take effect until 2018 – Massa

Felipe Massa commends Williams for its recent mentality and development changes, but insists their impact won't be seen until next season.

Brawn still a believer: ‘Vettel can win it!’

Ross Brawn is convinced Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel can bounce back and win the 2017 world championship despite the ground lost in Singapore.

Auer’s F1 hopes still intact after Force India decision

DTM racer Lucas Auer believes Force India's decision to keep its driver line-up unchanged for 2018 won't impact his immediate future.

Singapore investigating illegal track access and bribe claim

Two F1 race fans apparently bribed their way on to the Marina Bay race track last weekend, and Singapore's organizers are now investigating the security breach.

Mercedes race pace justified its good fortune – Allison

Mercedes tech boss James Allison admits the Silver Arrows team caught a break last Sunday, but Lewis Hamilton's race pace proved it was deserved.

Pay TV eroding F1 fan-base says Honda’s Yamamoto

Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto believes Formula 1's pay TV policy is chasing off F1 fans, particularly in Japan.