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Lewis Hamilton congratulates Mercedes for shock victory in Singapore

Lewis Hamilton has congratulated Mercedes for its shock win at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso reckons podium was guaranteed prior to crash

Fernando Alonso believes he would have finished on the podium and maybe even challenged for the win had he not got caught up in a first lap collision caused by the Ferraris and Max Verstappen.

Lewis Hamilton takes dominant win in Singapore as Ferrari suffer double...

Lewis Hamilton extended his lead in the Drivers' Championship by taking a dominant win in Singapore, gaining a 28 point lead over Sebastian Vettel the standings with six races remaining of the 2017 season.

Sergio Perez stays with Force India for 2018

Force India has announced that it will field an unchanged driver line-up in 2018, after Sergio Perez signed a contract extension with the team.

Ricciardo reckons Red Bull have a good chance of victory in...

Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull is in with a chance of victory on Sunday in Singapore, despite Sebastian Vettel's strong showing during qualifying, which saw the Ferrari man eclipse his rivals by more than three-tenths to take pole position.

Fernando Alonso: Top six ‘too far away’ for McLaren

Fernando Alonso says a double points finish at the Singapore Grand Prix is McLaren’s aim after conceding that the leading six drivers are “too far away.”

Lewis Hamilton doubts recovery at ‘crap’ track for overtaking

Lewis Hamilton believes he will have to “play the long game” in race trim after labelling the Marina Bay Street Circuit as “crap” for overtaking.

Sebastian Vettel expects ‘very close race’ with Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel is expecting a very close race on Sunday between Ferrari and Red Bull, with Mercedes also in the mix, after snatching pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel takes Singapore pole as title rival Lewis Hamilton starts...

Sebastian Vettel claimed a stunning pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix which sees him start four places ahead of his title rival and championship leader Lewis Hamilton, fifth.

Max Verstappen heads close Singapore FP3

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen led the way during a closely-contested final practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix.