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Lowe: We will be making substantial changes

Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe has confirmed that big changes, across the board, are on the cards for his team which has under-performed this year

Hamilton parties with Neymar after Singapore victory

What do you do after you won the Singapore Grand Prix against all the odds?

Brawn: No need for Ferrari or Vettel to panic

In the wake of Ferrari’s torrid Singapore Grand Prix, many are already writing off Sebastian Vettel’s world championship chances but F1’s motorsport chief Ross Brawn is confident that the title battle is by no means over and predicts it will only be resolved at the season finale..

Boullier: We will have the same engine as Red Bull

McLaren chief Eric Boullier is upbeat about his team’s future as a Renault customer from 2018 and beyond, and believes that with the French manufacturer the Woking outfit can again be a force in Formula 1 while admitting that parting ways with Honda was tough.

Perez donates to victims of Mexican earthquake

Force India driver Sergio Perez has donated $170,000 to the victims of Tuesday’s Mexico earthquake in which nearly 250 people have been killed.

Tech Talk: Singapore Grand Prix Analysis

Formula 1 technical review in the wake of the Singapore Grand Prix, Round 14 of the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship, at Marina Bay Circuit.

Ocon: It’s official I am staying with Force India

Esteban Ocon announced on Tuesday that he would remain with Force India for next season.

Singapore Grand Prix Strategy Report

Race 14 – 58 Laps – 5.065km per lap – 293.633km race distance – low tyre wear

Villeneuve: Vettel has only himself to blame

Jacques Villeneuve has pointed a finger of blame at Sebastian Vettel by accusing the Ferrari driver of triggering the pile-up, at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix, that eliminated the German, his teammate Kimi Raikkonen, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and eventually Fernando Alonso had to park his McLaren due to damage incurred as a result of the first turn chaos.

Verstappen: It’s not my year but I have to stay positive

Max Verstappen admits that he is happy that it was not only him who was forced to retire after the Singapore Grand Prix start-line shunt which also eliminated the Ferrari duo of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.