If there’s anywhere I wouldn’t want to brag about getting away with anything, it’s Singapore—a country so strict, it banned chewing gum. However, yet again, someone made it onto the track at Singapore when they weren’t supposed to. At least they ventured out there while the race wasn’t running this time.
Ferrari Formula One team principal Maurizio Arrivabene spent six hours in custody after throwing a cigarette butt in the street, reports The Times of Malta. It’s a weirdly fitting thing for Arrivabene to get busted by The Man for, given that he came to Ferrari from tobacco company Phillip Morris. [Update: A Ferrari…
One solitary marshal at the Singapore Grand Prix didn’t get the memo that it was time to stop picking up debris on track after a short safety car period for Nico Hülkenberg’s crash.
Drivers piled up behind a slow-starting Max Verstappen all crashed into each other at the very start of the Singapore Grand Prix. Force India driver Nico Hülkenberg spun into the wall, bringing out the safety car immediately.
Formula One’s Singapore Grand Prix has a bit of a reputation for unwanted beings making their way onto the race track, and we’re not talking about the dominant Mercedes F1 drivers. This year, the unwanted being was a giant lizard in the middle of the track during a practice session.
Max Verstappen’s refusal to follow Toro Rosso’s team order for him to let teammate Carlos Sainz Jr. pass has been vindicated after the fact. Not only was Sainz not anywhere close to Verstappen’s car, but both team principal Franz Tost and Verstappen’s dad and ex-Formula One driver Jos Verstappen say Max made the right…
Ferrari’s Formula One race mechanics rushed into a closed off parc fermé area after the Singapore Grand Prix, prompting them to see the stewards after the race. Those stewards have now mandated that Ferrari apologize to the race officials and security staff, per Autosport.
Whether you love or hate team orders, you have to empathize with the poor driver who gets one. Scuderia Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen — perhaps following in Red Bull teams’ alumni Sebastian Vettel’s footsteps — decided that he wasn’t going to take it, and called out “NO!” over the radio.
As the Sky Sports announcers said themselves, this season of Formula One has often been a game of who can finish third behind the Mercedes cars. Not so in Singapore this evening, where a chaotic race gave Ferrari their first double podium of the season and plenty of memorable moments.
Scoring the first Formula One pole position for Ferrari in more than three years, Sebastian Vettel will lead the field in Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix. Perhaps equally as newsworthy, it won’t be Lewis Hamilton out front again — at least, he won’t be when the race starts.
At the Singapore Grand Prix two weekends ago, Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel won by an unbelievable 32 second margin over his closest rival. Seriously, it's unbelievable. Now F1 experts believe that Red Bull Racing's F1 engineers may have invented a new kind of traction control that links the car's hybrid engine to…
This CCTV footage shows how close Webber got to being hit by Lewis Hamilton when Fernando Alonso stopped on track to give him a lift at the Singapore Grand Prix. Was Alonso being careless or is Hamilton/the FIA overreacting to a non-story?
The 2012 Singapore Grand Prix is still ongoing as of this writing, but it looks like it's been a rough race for a couple of drivers, most notably Michael Schumacher, who crashed out after colliding with another car in the 39th lap.
The Formula One season’s endgame began on the night streets of Singapore. There were no surprises, only time and the occasion to reflect on the strange and beautiful season we’re witnessing. Warning: spoilers.
You thought sparks struck by underbodies went out of style in 1986? They didn’t!
Singapore is the new Monaco: a harborside city track, no passing, more spectacle than motor race. But it’s an absolute thrill when you treat it as pure eye candy. Here’s some photos from last Sunday's race.
These 28 photos of racing action — some of the most breathtaking racing photos we've ever seen — are proof the backdrop for this weekend's Singapore show-down, the first nighttime race in F1 history, was more important than the results. We can talk about increased viewership, unpredictability or whatever else until…
This past weekend's Singapore Grand Prix, the first-ever night race in Formula One, was guaranteed to grab the attention of even the most disenfranchised F1 fan. But why is that exactly? In a word, "unpredictability." The clear reason so many people have become bored with F1 is not because the cars aren't fast enough,…
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tonight's this morning's Friday practice for the Singapore Grand Prix, and we've got to say that the track looks absolutely fantastic. Check out the gallery below for yourself, but from what we could see it feels like some fantasy street circuit straight out of a video game. The track's…