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Argentina could return in 2019 says Whiting

"I went there and wrote a report on what would have to be done," Whiting confirmed.

McLaren almost factory team by 2019 says Boullier

"It had become inevitable," the Frenchman told the Belgian broadcaster RTBF.

Singapore GP – Sunday – Race Report

Starting fifth, Lewis Hamilton had almost no hopes of winning the Singapore Grand Prix on a track that suited rivals Ferrari and Red Bull better than Mercedes. But then three of those competitors were wiped out of the race moments after the start, and Hamilton found himself in first place on a wet track. Here is how his win unfolded.

Singapore GP – Sunday – Press Conference

1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)

Singapore GP – Sunday – Photographs

Singapore GP - Sunday - Photographs

Singapore GP – Sunday – Team Quotes

Lewis Hamilton (1st):

Singapore GP – Sunday – Race Notes

Lewis Hamilton won an action packed wet-dry Singapore Grand Prix tonight in his Mercedes GP 4.5 seconds ahead of Daniel Ricciardo in his Red Bull. Valtteri Bottas in the second Mercedes was third, 8.8 seconds behind the winner.

Porsche should enter F1 says Haug

"I can imagine that very well and from my point of view formula one would be a great fit for Porsche," Haug, the former Mercedes F1 chief, told Speed Week.

Palmer read Renault axe story on internet

"So that's a bit unfortunate and I don't know who released that to the media, but honestly it doesn't change the facts," said Palmer, who is being replaced for 2018 by Carlos Sainz.