Lewis Hamilton said his crucial win in today’s Singapore Grand Prix was thanks to him having a trouble-free weekend.
Lewis Hamilton leads the drivers’ championship for only the second time this season after winning the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton regains the lead of the drivers’ championship after winning the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix for the second time ahead of the two Red Bull drivers.
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Nico Rosberg tested the limits of the new radio rules, Caterham raced to repair Marcus Ericsson’s car and a downpour hit Singapore. Here are the Twitter highlights from Saturday.
Mercedes are under more pressure than usual from their rivals and Singapore’s punishing track raises tyre, fuel and reliability worries for all the teams.
Kimi Raikkonen says he is finally happy at the wheel of his Ferrari despite being struck by a software problem during qualifying.
Fernando Alonso admitted he was not expecting Ferrari to be as competitive as they were in qualifying in Singapore.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton was worried he’d missed his chance for pole position when he made a mistake at the first corner of his final flying lap.
Romain Grosjean blasted his car’s Renault engine after a disappointing qualifying session in Singapore.
With two minutes to go in Q3 there was no Mercedes in the top five. But they bounced back to claim their seventh front-row lock-out for 2014.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his sixth pole position of the season for the Singapore Grand Prix.
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Fernando Alonso kept the Mercedes drivers off the top of the times in the final practice session at Singapore.
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Pastor Maldonado needs a new chassis, drivers fall foul of the new radio limits and FOM are finally getting the hang of social media. Here’s Friday’s highlights from Twitter.
Lewis Hamilton may have been the quickest driver around the streets of Singapore on Friday, but this was very much a case of the lap times not telling the whole story.