2008 Singapore GP stats and facts

The inaugural Singapore Grand Prix was a statistical feast for the anorak-wearer. The 800th F1 championship race saw Nick Heidfeld break Michael Schumacher’s record for most finishes, a first-time race leader, and the first time a driver has ever won an F1 race from 15th on the grid. Read on for more.

BBC’s 2009 F1 team: Legard, Brundle, Coulthard, Humphrey and McKenzie

Pitpass claims the BBC has named its 2009 F1 coverage presenters as Jonathan Legard, Martin Brundle, David Coulthard, Jake Humphrey and Lee McKenzie. Legard has previously commentated for the BBC on Formula 1 on Radio Five Live and has an expert knowledge of the sport. Pairing him with Martin Brundle, who’s won awards for his […]

Stewards reject Toyota appeal

Toyota protested Sebastian Vettel…

Fernando Alonso’s bad luck turns good for win

2008 Singapore Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso scored his first win in over a year and Renault’s first win in almost twice that time as the new Singapore circuit created a surprise result.

2008 Singapore Grand Prix result

Fernando Alonso wins in Singapore

Championship standings after Singapore

Lewis Hamilton leads F1 title race

Rate the race: Singapore Grand Prix

What did you think of the Singapore Grand Prix? Rate the race out of ten and discuss it below.

Felipe Massa’s pit lane disaster (video)

Ferrari suffered a disastrous problem during a pit stop for the second race this year. Felipe Massa was signalled to leave his pit box while the refuelling rig was stil attached to his car. The F2008 wrenched the fuel hose from the refuelling rig and Massa joined the fast lane of the pits in front […]

Bloggers on the Singapore GP

“We heard something noisy…”

The long and short of it

I’ve made a small but significant change to the layout of F1 Fanatic. All posts are now classed either as “articles in brief” or “articles in full”, which determines where they appear on the home page: Articles in full are longer stories which appear in the main column on the left, usually with an image. […]

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