Singapore GP (2017)
News in depth
Sebastian Vettel returns to the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend much in the same shape as he left the 2017 edition – under fire.
Honda has revealed it had fears that Fernando Alonso’s engine had been damaged beyond repair in the first accident he suffered at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa reflects on a challenging Singapore Grand Prix and offers his view on the controversial accident between the Ferraris and Max Verstappen at the start.
Jolyon Palmer says he will leave Renault at the end of the year with his head held high, after hoping a season-best result of sixth in the Singapore Grand Prix starts a run of good form for him.
Motorsport.com has compiled some of the best radio conversations between drivers and teams over the Singapore GP weekend.
James Allen takes a strategic review of the Singapore Grand Prix, and how key battles played out across the first-ever wet/dry Formula 1 night race.
Sebastian Vettel only has himself to blame for his part in the Singapore Grand Prix start crash that caused his retirement and dented his title hopes, says Jacques Villeneuve.
Max Verstappen says Sebastian Vettel did not apologise for the crash that put them and Kimi Raikkonen out of the Singapore Grand Prix.
The Singapore Grand Prix should have been one of Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's best opportunities to inflict damage on Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes in the title battle. Instead Vettel shot himself in the foot…
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were meant to be sitting ducks in Singapore.Instead, it may well go down as the weekend where the Briton broke clear of the Vettel/Ferrari challenge.
Lewis Hamilton says he could "easily have binned it" while leading the Singapore Grand Prix in treacherous conditions, so kept Formula 1 hero Ayrton Senna in mind to avoid crashing.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he actually felt a bit of sympathy for the nightmare scenario Ferrari faced at the Singapore Grand Prix with both its cars out on the opening lap.
After a wild Singapore Grand Prix, here is today's news blast to get you up-to-date on what's been making the motorsport headlines over the past 24 hours.
The FIA has opted to take no further action following the Singapore Grand Prix opening-lap collision between Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen and the Red Bull of Max Verstappen.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner has revealed the team was seriously concerned that Daniel Ricciardo's gearbox could have expired midway through the Singapore Grand Prix.