Formula One's controversial new radio restrictions, designed to prevent teams and drivers from having a mid-race natter, have partially come into effect for this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix. Yet they did not stop Nico Rosberg from...Show More Summary
Hello, everyone, and welcome to our live coverage of Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix from the magnificent Marina Bay Street Circuit, the 14th race of this increasingly absorbing Formula One season. After yet another thrilling qualifying...Show More Summary
Mercedes AMG drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg managed to lock out the front row for tomorrow’s 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix after putting in a brilliant performance at qualifying today. It was Hamilton who set the fastest time, managing a 1:45.681 in the third session. This was just enough to beat his teammate who came in...
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso managed to set the fastest time during qualifying today for the 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, securing pole position for himself and his team. His time was 1:47.299. Starting next to him on the grid tomorrow will be Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s rising star Daniel Ricciardo, who was just five hundredths...
The summer break is over, and the title run-in to the 2014 Formula One continues with the Singapore Grand Prix. Singapore is a relatively new but exciting stop on the calendar, a street race through Marina Bay which takes place lateShow More Summary
The weather is difficult to track in Singapore, and being the tropical location that it is heavy rain is always a possibility. Predictably, the weather forecast for this weekend’s 2014 Formula One Singapore Grand Prix says we can expect thunderstorms for both tomorrow’s qualifying session and Sunday’s race. As always, humidity...
The Formula One world is in Singapore this weekend for the only true night race of the 2014 season. Much of the talk coming into the event has centred around the FIA's decision to severely restrict the use of team radio. The ban on much-criticised...Show More Summary
With its European leg now over for the year, the Formula One World Championship heads to Asia for the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix. As the only race on the calendar run completely under lights, the Singapore Grand Prix and its impressive 3.15-mile Marina Bay Circuit provide a fantastic show. The street circuit features nine corners taken below 60...
The Singapore Grand Prix will be the 14th round of the 2014 Formula One season. Held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit close to downtown Singapore, this is F1's only true night race. Starting and finishing under floodlights in one ofShow More Summary
Despite the necessity for Formula One to broaden its horizons and explore new markets, race tracks in Asia tend to have an unfair reputation in contrast to their European equivalents. While circuits in Europe—particularly Monaco, Silverstone,...Show More Summary
The European leg of the season is over and Formula One is hitting the road (or, more accurately, the air) again. This week, F1 returns to Asia for the seventh running of the Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. Mercedes are riding high again, with the last race, in Italy, marking their first one-two finish since Austria in June. Show More Summary
Formula One's oldest and most successful team had their worst home race since 2005 at the 2014 Italian Grand Prix. But while Ferrari were toiling, Mercedes returned to the top step of the podium, ending Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull's winning streak. The two Williams drivers finished third and fourth to secure a valuable 27 points. Show More Summary
Although only a fraction of the 19 grands prix in the 2014 Formula One season have taken place in Europe, those eight races are arguably the most crucial on the calendar. The European season, as it is often referred to—which tells you...Show More Summary
The FIA has officially unveiled next season's Formula One schedule, which is set to begin on March 15, 2015, with the Australian Grand Prix. An additional race is included next year, taking the total to 20, per the governing body's website. Show More Summary
Formula One team will be banned from giving advice and information to their drivers from the Singapore Grand Prix onwards. The FIA will now strictly enforce Article 20.1 of the F1 Sporting Regulations, which state the driver should operate the car "alone and unaided." Elsewhere, two teenagers have taken a step closer to making their full F1 debuts. Show More Summary
After gaining a total of 69 points from the opening 10 races of the 2014 Formula One season, Nico Hulkenberg has scored just one in the last three grands prix. Until the Hungarian Grand Prix at the end of July, the German could onlyShow More Summary
Before the German Grand Prix in July, the FIA, Formula One's governing body, announced a ban on the front and rear interconnected suspension (FRIC) systems used by the teams to generate more downforce and maintain stability under braking...Show More Summary
When Lewis Hamilton crossed the line to win the Italian Grand Prix, the bookmakers immediately responded by re-installing the Brit as favourite for the 2014 Formula One Drivers' Championship. The best available price on Hamilton is 10-11. Team-mate...Show More Summary
In the two weeks it's taken Formula One to move from Belgium to Italy, fleet-footed rumor has outrun the driver transfer market - Fernando Alonso can't issue enough denials of a departure from Ferrari, McLaren isn't sure what it wants...Show More Summary
Though you might not know it from the past few years, Williams was once among the most accomplished Formula One teams on the grid. It's won nine constructors' championships, seven drivers' titles and 114 grands prix, putting it behind only Ferrari and McLaren in those tallies. Show More Summary