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Keith Collantine commented on the post, Top ten pictures from the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix 16 minutes ago
@xiasitlo Normally they’d use pictures from the professional photographers but on this occasion they had a chance to do it themselves. Alonso’s damage was on the side facing the garage and the cars were coming […]
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
The track was drying out as practice began.
The Red Bulls were flying but […]
Lewis Hamilton, Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jnr were F1 Fanatic’s Star Performance in the Singapore Grand Prix. Here’s why.
We were denied a potentially great storyline on […]
The Ferrari drivers have chosen two more sets of the softest tyre available than their Ferrari rivals for the upcoming Malaysian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have each chosen to take nine […]
A fan at the turn one grandstand caught the first-lap crash on a 360-degree camera. The brightness means you can’t see the crash but you can spin the camera around the other way and watch (and hear!) the crowd react when two Ferraris, a Red Bull and a McLaren collide at the first corner…
In the round-up: Lewis Hamilton expects Mercedes will be competitive at the next race in Malaysia but at least two of the upcoming track will favour Ferrari.
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Keith Collantine commented on the post, Ferrari suffer their first ever double lap one retirement 21 hours, 15 minutes ago
@bainelaker Not any more, thanks!
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Ferrari suffer their first ever double lap one retirement 21 hours, 16 minutes ago
@malleshmagdum Right but Sutil would have the longest career without a podium.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Ferrari suffer their first ever double lap one retirement 21 hours, 18 minutes ago
I think I’m right in saying you’re referring to the 1975 Spanish Grand Prix where Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni collided at the start? Lauda indeed went no further than the first lap but Regazzoni returned to the […]
The championship situation changed dramatically in Singapore as Lewis Hamilton claimed a maximum 25 points but his principal rival left with none.
Hamilton now leads Sebastian Vettel by 28 points in the […]
Sebastian Vettel apologised to his team on the radio after the crash which eliminated him and team mate Kimi Raikkonen from the Singapore Grand Prix. Here’s what the drivers had to say during Sunday’s […]
The Singapore Grand Prix was very unusual in that we saw a standing start in conditions poor enough for several drivers to use full wet weather tyres.
This will have owed something to strategy but was also […]
F1 drivers have defended the decision to use a standing start at the Singapore Grand Prix despite the wet conditions.
Daniel Ricciardo said the decision to use a standing start should not be blamed for the […]
Daniel Ricciardo says his gearbox problem in the Singapore Grand Prix didn’t cost him the win but his set-up choice might have.
The Red Bull driver was in danger of retiring from early on in the race according […]
GeeMac commented on the post, Vote for your 2017 Singapore Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 1 day, 8 hours ago
Those are the logical three I think. As Palmer was out qualified by Hulkenberg and Hamilton wasn’t really in with a shout of getting pole (despite driving a faultless race), I had to give Sainz the nod.
If Lewis Hamilton wins his fourth world championship in two months’ time, the Singapore Grand Prix may well be seen as a decisive moment.
As the cars lined up on the grid Sebastian Vettel occupied pole […]
bosyber commented on the post, Vote for your 2017 Singapore Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 1 day, 21 hours ago
I guess it’s a bit of a ‘sympathy’ vote @mxmxd, but I went along – both HAM and SAI have plenty of votes to put them on top of the vote anyway. Palmer didn’t out-qualify Hulk here, but he went okay, had a good […]
@osvaldas31, you are right I meant it as a positive about Vettel as a human, but after writing it, I do agree that you could see it the way you feel it makes Schumacher the greatest. I don’t quite agree, because I […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Vettel, Verstappen and Raikkonen cleared over crash 1 day, 22 hours ago
It was more Vettel’s fault however I think the problem was that Vettel didn’t know that Kimi was on the inside
That’s pretty much how I see it.
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