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Ferrari scored a 1-2 in Singapore, and it only came after the unexpected result of Sebastian Vettel's undercut, which frustrated Charles Leclerc. But in the pack behind, another team made a different tactical misstep that cost a driver dearly.
Charles Leclerc's hopes of a third consecutive Formula 1 victory were dashed as Ferrari's Singapore Grand Prix strategy allowed Sebastian Vettel to jump ahead of his team-mate.
With Nico Hulkenberg's 2020 Formula 1 options narrowing further, it's time the big player that snubbed him for Kimi Raikkonen back in 2014 took another look - because there's plenty of use for Hulkenberg in the Ferrari F1 family in both the short and long term
Formula 1 has been searching for the answer to its overtaking problem for decades. But its teams can never agree to something that may hurt their chances. Here's why a compromised but radical event format idea could solve that issue.
Aleix Espargaro has shown continual patience at Aprilia, but the the MotoGP minnow's limited progress means it now faces losing a rider with an eye for bike development at a time when it needs it most.
What impact would the mooted Saturday qualifying races have on grands prix? Can Sebastian Vettel recover Ferrari's focus from Charles Leclerc? Does DRS need to be 'BoP-esque'? Our ex-Formula 1 technical director answers these questions and more
Sebastian Vettel was once seen as the saviour of Ferrari in its post-Fernando Alonso era, but after a run of errors, Charles Leclerc is fast overtaking Vettel in the pecking order. Is the Ferrari dream now over?
Ferrari restored some credibility with wins in Belgium and Italy, but the characteristics of both tracks helped it out. Our technical expert pored over the data from the first of those races - and believes it indicates another Ferrari victory may be a while off
The Italian Grand Prix could hardly have been worse for Sebastian Vettel, and the Formula 1 stewards provided a sting in the tail that might have dramatic repercussions.
Sebastian Vettel made his name with a near-flawless run to four world titles at Red Bull, but now looks a shadow of his former self. After several failed recent championship bids and a litany of high-profile mistakes, Vettel's Ferrari career appears to be souring as the balance of power at Maranello shifts. So where does he go from here?
Our ex-Formula 1 technical director analyses the tactics used by Ferrari and Mercedes during the Belgian GP, as well as examining what can be done to reduce some of the risks shown by the events of a tough weekend for motorsport.
Carlos Sainz Jr arrived at the McLaren Formula 1 team after a bruising spell with Renault for what could have been a make-or-break 2019 season.
A longer chance for Albon, another go for Kvyat or a reprieve for Gasly - or go outside Red Bull's books and look elsewhere in F1, or beyond? Five of our writers give their suggestions for Red Bull's second 2020 driver.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen has two jobs in motor racing – one is driving a Chevrolet Corvette in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, the other is being father to Haas F1’s Kevin Magnussen. In this column, he tells us what life’s like to be an ‘F1 dad’…
Valtteri Bottas is still waiting to hear on his Mercedes future, but losing a seat at the best Formula 1 team on the grid might not be a career-ending disaster. He would be an incredibly valuable asset for any other team
Kimi Raikkonen is enjoying a strong 2019 Formula 1 season with Alfa Romeo squad, previously known as Sauber, with which the 2007 world champion made his 2001 grand prix debut.
Few top Formula 1 teams have been as notorious as Red Bull for shuffling driver line-ups, given its record for mid-season bombshells such as the Alex Albon/Pierre Gasly switch.