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Michael Schumacher’s lawyer denies magazine’s claims: ‘He cannot walk’ (The Guardian)
"Felix Damm told the court 'he cannot walk' and was unable to stand even with the assistance of therapists."
Singapore Grand Prix sees worst-ever ticket sales (Today Online)
"While the Singapore Grand Prix posted its worst-ever spectator turnout this year — even lower than during the 2009 financial crisis — Trade and Industry Minister S Iswaran said on Monday (Sept 19) that it was too early to draw 'any major conclusions', as he attributed the dip in ticket sales to the economic uncertainty here and worldwide."
Time needed for new F1 owners to settle down before Singapore deal completed, says S. Iswaran (Straits Times)
"With Singapore Grand Prix's deal to host Formula One races due to expire after next year's night race, Minister for Trade and Industry S. Iswaran has said more time is needed for the business' new owners before an agreement can be struck with the Republic."
Ferrari's team principal 'spends hours in police custody after discarding cigarette on Singapore street' (The Telegraph)
"Singapore’s approach to littering is famous, with stringent penalties, which Arrivabene apparently fell foul off when he put out his cigarette butt on the street."
RBR denied permission to fix Verstappen clutch (Autosport)
"It was a clutch issue but they (the FIA) couldn't see an issue with it so we couldn't change the clutch."
Alonso says motivation is key to contract extension (Reuters)
"After one year and a half without being close to the podium, I have more motivation. I come out as a lion in every race."
Wolff relieved Hamilton 'Plan B' didn’t cost Rosberg win (Crash)
"When we saw that Lewis had the brakes under control we knew that the undercut was possible and by undercutting Kimi we actually triggered the situation where Daniel had the chance to pit again."
Mercedes drivers didn't have brake problems in Singapore (Motorsport)
"The quickest race car we can build doesn't allow the driver to brake flat out every lap, so they have to manage their brakes the same way they manage tyres and manage fuel. So you can't do qualifying laps every lap."
2016 Singapore Grand Prix (Motorsport magazine)
"He’d gone for a rather different set-up to that of Rosberg, trying to take fuller advantage of the ride height control given by the car’s huge front heave spring by running it low."
F1 Driver Power Rankings (Eurosport)
My Singapore Grand Prix review for Eurosport.
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