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Analysis: How a lucky mistake helped Hamilton beat Vettel

What seemed to be a poorly-timed safety car, followed by the wrong engine mode at the restart, could have easily de-railed Lewis Hamilton in what was a tense, tight Belgian GP.

Alonso wants return to “normality” for F1 2018

Fernando Alonso believes Formula 1 will be back to "normality" for him next year if McLaren-Renault delivers him a car capable of fighting for podiums.

Alonso says new Monza asphalt not up to F1 standards

Fernando Alonso believes the new asphalt laid on the start/finish straight of the Monza circuit is not up to Formula 1 standards.

Palmer was “like a different guy” at Spa – Renault

Renault Formula 1 driver Jolyon Palmer was “like a different guy” during the Belgian Grand Prix weekend, reckons the team’s trackside operations director Alan Permane.

Analysis: Could Palmer yet save his F1 career?

The Singapore Grand Prix was a ray of sunshine in the general darkness of Jolyon Palmer's 2017 Formula 1 season. Adam Cooper asks if it could kickstart a run of results that keeps him in grand prix racing.

NASCAR Modified legend Ted Christopher killed in plane crash

Former NASCAR Whelen Modified Touring champion Ted Christopher was killed in a plane crash Saturday afternoon in Connecticut, NASCAR and law enforcement agencies confirmed.

Q3 tow was Raikkonen’s idea, say Ferrari drivers

Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen says it was his decision to help out teammate Sebastian Vettel with a tow in the final qualifying segment at the Belgian Grand Prix.

Sauber: McLaren doubts key to Honda deal cancellation

Sauber boss Fred Vasseur says doubts over McLaren continuing its Formula 1 partnership with Honda was a key reason behind his team’s decision to cut ties with the Japanese manufacturer.

Tony Stewart on uncertain driver lineup for 2018: “We’re working on...

Stewart-Haas Racing still wants Kurt Busch to race the No. 41 Haas Automation/Monster Energy Ford in 2018.

The ups and downs of a French F1 trail-blazer

With scorching pace over one lap, René Arnoux blazed a trail through Formula 1 at Renault and Ferrari. His duel with Gilles Villeneuve at Dijon in 1979 is the stuff of legend. He tells all to Damien Smith.