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Title hopes not over for Vettel

Niki Lauda, the F1 legend and Mercedes team chairman, thinks Vettel's first corner crash on Sunday cost the German dearly.

Haas defends Singapore team orders

But he now tells the Danish newspaper BT: "After the race I said on TV that the decision cost us points. But it was a slightly different situation than I thought."

Auer future unchanged after Force India decisions

Force India's driver lineup was up in the air for 2018 as Sergio Perez was linked with Renault and Williams, and the Mexican has been squabbling with his teammate Esteban Ocon.

Michael Schumacher could move to America

Now 48, the former Ferrari and Mercedes driver is reportedly supported by a team of health professionals as he recuperates in total secrecy at his estate near Lake Geneva in Switzerland.

Toro Rosso a better fit for Honda says Yamamoto

He said a lack of performance and reliability "created tension between us" and led to the split.

Italy slams Ferrari after Singapore disaster

As a result, Vettel's points deficit to Lewis Hamilton blew out to 28 points.

Title not lost for Vettel yet says Trulli

Italian and former F1 driver Trulli agrees that the crash was Vettel's fault.

Bottas not number 2 driver says Wolff

"Yeah, Valtteri has been a bit lost," agreed former F1 driver Mika Salo, speaking to the Finnish broadcaster MTV.

Raikkonen manager role not the same as before

But Robertson told the Finnish broadcaster MTV: "The process was pretty simple because the contract was made four years ago.

Sainz unsure if Singapore was last Toro Rosso race

So when Sainz crossed the line in a career-best fourth place on Sunday, Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost told him on the radio: "Stay with us. We don't (want to) let you go."