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Alonso wants to go 'back to normality' with McLaren next year

Fernando Alonso is eager to go “back to normality” in 2018 and return to the front of the Formula 1 grid as he continues to mull over his future with McLaren. McLaren announced on Friday it would be cutting ties with struggling engine partner Honda for 2018, signing a new three-year deal with Renault in a bid for greater competitiveness. ...

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Oil leak costs Hulkenberg chance to end F1 podium hoodoo

Nico Hulkenberg was left disappointed after an oil leak cost him the chance to end his Formula 1 podium drought in Singapore on Sunday, having run high up the order early on. Hulkenberg started seventh and was able to rise up to third on the first lap following the collision betweeen Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen, and remained ...

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Hamilton: Verstappen was in Vettel’s blind spot

Vettel, Raikkonen and Verstappen were all eliminated from the Marina Bay F1 race as a result of the crash, for which the FIA stewards did not apportion blame.Verstappen was convinced Vettel’s aggressive defence of the lead after a slow start from pole caused the shunt, while Vettel couldn’t explain the sequence of events that led to his disastrous retirement from ...

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Why Vettel only has himself to blame for Singapore title blow

“Your guess is as good as mine,” was Lewis Hamilton’s downbeat response, a few hours after qualifying fifth, when asked how he intended to limit the damage Sebastian Vettel would inflict on him in the Singapore Grand Prix. … Keep reading Motorsport.com – Formula 1 – Stories

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Ferrari: No need to speculate after controversial tweet

Ferrari has attempted to ease the backlash from its controversial tweet which blamed Max Verstappen for crashing into Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel to see the three retire on the opening lap of the Singapore Grand Prix. After a stewards investigation into the clash ruled that no one driver was to blame by calling it a racing incident, all three drivers escaped ...

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Formula 1 gossip: Lewis Hamilton, Jolyon Palmer, Sebastian Vettel, Marcus Ericsson

<!– Monday, 18 September Lewis Hamilton revealed he was taking inspiration from his hero Ayrton Senna after his win in the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday. (Guardian) Departing Renault driver Jolyon Palmer says he wants to end the Formula 1 season on a high after a breakthrough race in Singapore. (Sky Sports via Reuters) Palmer’s father has confirmed the 26-year-old ...

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McLaren finds adapting to change hard, says Honda

McLaren and Honda agreed to end their relationship after three troublesome seasons, with the former switching to Renault and the latter teaming up with Toro Rosso. Yamamoto hinted that Toro Rosso will be more accommodating of change when it teams up with the Italian team for the next three seasons.“Working with McLaren, I’ve realised that they are a very big company ...

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Force India strategy call denies Perez podium

Sergio Perez says he’s disappointed to miss out on a potential podium at the Singapore Grand Prix after losing vital track position while pitting under the second safety car period. The Mexican driver announced a new one-year deal to stay at Force India for 2018 during the build-up to the race and believes he could have been celebrating his new ...

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Vandoorne: P7 'the best it was going to get' in Singapore

Stoffel Vandoorne feels his seventh-place finish in Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix was “the best it was going to get” as he avoided trouble en route to his best Formula 1 finish. Qualifying ninth in the dry, Vandoorne was able to dodge the first-lap clash between Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen in the damp conditions and remain in the ...

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Singapore GP: Post-race press conference

PODIUM INTERVIEWS(Conducted by Eddie Jordan)Singapore, what an unbelievable race, particularly after the rain started. We were served up a titanic. Ladies and gentlemen, he looks exhausted…Lewis HAMILTON: I’m not exhausted.He’s not exhausted. That doesn’t look like champagne to me, Obviously, you’ve made a bit of history here, you really like coming to Singapore, it’s the tenth … Keep reading Motorsport.com – ...

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