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Vettel yet to apologise claims Verstappen

Sebastian Vettel has yet to apologise over the first-lap clash in the Singapore Grand Prix claims Max Verstappen.

Driver Ratings: 2017 Singapore Grand Prix

An explosive Singapore Grand Prix, which may well decide the destiny of both championships, marked the 14th round of the 2017 Formula 1 season.

Hamilton used Senna’s Monaco crash to maintain focus

Lewis Hamilton says his hero Ayrton Senna’s crash at the 1988 Monaco Grand Prix was on his mind while leading in Singapore to try and keep focus in the tricky conditions.

Palmer achieves best F1 finish amid tough weekend

Jolyon Palmer achieved his best finish in Formula 1 at the rain-affected Singapore Grand Prix, just days after the news broke that he would be dropped from the Renault team for 2018.

Analysis: Vettel’s Jekyll and Hyde showcase in Singapore

It is difficult to recall a grand prix weekend in which the Saturday headlines have juxtaposed so greatly against the Sunday result, or a first-lap that changed the flavour of the championship so dramatically and so decisively.

Aitken given maiden Formula 1 test

Renault academy driver Jack Aitken is receiving his first test with the manufacturer following the Singapore Grand Prix weekend.

Ricciardo challenge thwarted by gearbox problem

Another podium position for Daniel Ricciardo in Singapore signed off a good weekend for Red Bull, but it could have been better if not for a gearbox problem.

Hamilton was ‘sure’ of victory in wet conditions

Lewis Hamilton has suggested that his Singapore Grand Prix triumph was not a huge surprise, as he claims he was ‘sure’ that victory was possible in wet conditions.

Vettel: First-lap crash a ‘pity’

Sebastian Vettel says his opening lap retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was a “pity”, following two separate incidents that led to his first non finish of the season.

Force India retains Perez for 2018

Force India has announced that they will retain Sergio Perez for 2018, partnering Esteban Ocon for a second season.