In the round-up: Strolls ‘thwarted plan for Kubica test’ • Aston Martin urge engine cost cuts • Boullier eyes 2018 win chance
Don’t miss any of the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action.
The slowly drying Singapore track demanded utmost concentration from the drivers, several of which were not happy about the radio chatter they heard.
Aston Martin will become Red Bull’s title sponsor in 2018, the team has confirmed.
In the round-up: F1 is “not a sport you can go back to” – Hamilton • Aitken got “up to speed quickly” in test
The Cahier photographic archive has been raided for this latest candidate for your coffee table. But is this more than just a collection of pretty pictures?
Books about individual F1 car designs are common but it’s unusual to come across an entire work dedicated to a single example of a car.
In the round-up: Ricciardo wants sign Red Bull can fight for title by 2019 • F1 needs to be a bigger spectacle – Malaysia promoter • Bottas targeting Vettel
Here are the Singapore Grand Prix marshals showing their enthusiasm for this year’s tenth running of their race. Can you come up with the funniest caption for this picture?
In the round-up: Hamilton ‘grateful for Vettel’s mistakes’ • F1 to test microphones in exhausts • Honda to go conservative
Formula One will impose tougher rules intended to prevent drivers from jumping the start of races from the 2018 F1 season.
Nico Hulkenberg has set a new record for having the longest F1 career without finishing on the podium. Has he squandered opportunities or just been unlucky?
In the round-up: Verstappen a tougher team mate than Vettel – Ricciardo • Singapore pair retract “bribe” claim • China expected to sign new deal
The FIA has confirmed even tougher engine grid penalty rules will come into force for the 2018 F1 season despite complaints over grid drops this year.
The FIA has revised its superlicence points system, reducing the points offered by several championships and expanding the number of series it covers.
Formula Two points leader Charles Leclerc will have four runs for Sauber in F1 practice sessions this year, beginning with the next round in Malaysia.
Jacques Vileneuve cut Michael Schumacher’s lead to a single point on this day 20 years ago after the Ferrari driver was handed a ten-second stop-go penalty.
In the round-up: Fans ‘bribed their way onto track’ • Caveat over Renault equality – McLaren • Aitken has first F1 test
The only piece of good news for Sebastian Vettel after his first-lap retirement in Singapore was this: At least he took his team mate out with him.
The first-lap drama meant that for most players the Singapore Grand Prix was a very low-scoring round. Nobody scored higher than 17 points – with one exception.