Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly and Kevin Magnussen were RaceFans’s Star Performers of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Ferrari came first in the Singapore Grand Prix after Charles Leclerc was surprised by his team’s strategy for Sebastian Vettel.
Ferrari scored their first hat-trick of wins since 2008, while Alfa Romeo became the first ‘class B’ team to lead a race for four years.
Mercedes instructed Valtteri Bottas to slow down in order to hold up Alexander Albon, team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed.
Will Robert Kubica find a place on the F1 grid in 2020? Dieter Rencken picks up rumours about the soon-to-be ex-Williams driver’s future in the Singapore paddock.
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Sebastian Vettel’s race-winning early pit stop allowed him to gain four seconds on his team mate Charles Leclerc.
George Russell rejected Romain Grosjean’s claim he could not have avoided the collision between the pair in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel scored his first Formula 1 victory for more than a year after Ferrari’s strategy helped him jump ahead of Charles Leclerc in Singapore.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his championship lead to 65 points after the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel won the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix for Ferrari ahead of Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen.
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The 2019 Singapore Grand Prix in pictures.
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In a packed day in Singapore, Dieter Rencken talks to the bosses of F1’s newest race, the potential new team on the grid for 2021 – and FIA president Jean Todt.
Get set for round three of Charles Leclerc versus Lewis Hamilton after Ferrari surprised their rivals by taking pole position in Singapore.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc said he was surprised his final lap in Q3 was quick enough for pole position after making at least two significant mistakes.
Ferrari expected their SF90 to struggle in Singapore but they lapped quicker in qualifying than last year while Mercedes and Red Bull were slower.