Nico Rosberg’s retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was blamed on a fault with his car’s wiring loom by his Mercedes team.
Mercedes motorsport director Toto Wolff said “it looks like a loom in the steering column failed and that was the root of his problems”.
“When he came back to the garage I told him we were sorry to have let him…[Read more]
The 2014 Singapore Grand Prix in pictures.
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Fernando Alonso said Ferrari had the right strategy for the Singapore Grand Prix but they were caught out by the timing of the Safety Car.
Alonso split the Red Bulls at the start of the race, then moved ahead […]
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33Daniel RicciardoRed Bull
625Jean-Eric Vergne*Toro Rosso
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At the end of practice, Nico Rosberg’s best lap time of the weekend was just two-thousandths of a second faster than Lewis Hamilton’s.
In qualifying the pendulum swung almost imperceptibly. Pole position went to Hamilton – by seven-thousandths of a second. This on a circuit with one of the highest lap times of the year.
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Kimi Raikkonen says he is finally happy at the wheel of his Ferrari despite being struck by a technical problem during qualifying.
Raikkonen was quickest in the first part of qualifying but slipped to seventh on the grid following a software problem on his car during Q3.
But he said he and the team are “going in the right direction” after a…[Read more]
Fernando Alonso admitted he was not expecting Ferrari to be as competitive as they were in qualifying in Singapore.
Alonso qualified within a quarter of a second of the pole position time which is the closest […]
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.
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Lewis Hamilton was worried he’d missed his chance for pole position when he made a mistake at the first corner of his final flying lap.
The Mercedes driver was only sixth-fastest with his first run in Q3 and began the last with by locking his left-front wheel at turn one. But Hamilton still managed to beat Nico Rosberg to pole position by seven…[Read more]
Romain Grosjean blasted his car’s Renault engine after a disappointing qualifying session in Singapore.
The Lotus driver made it as far as Q2 – unlike team mate Pastor Maldonado – but was the slowest of the remaining 17 drivers.
A furious Grosjean made the reasons for his car’s lack of pace clear when he spoke to race engineer Ayao Komatsu…[Read more]
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