Vettel wins Singapore GP, Leclerc annoyed at Ferrari strategy
Sebastian Vettel took his first race win in over a year after a strategy call from the Ferrari pit wall saw him beat teammate Charles Leclerc to victory at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Leclerc claims stunning pole position in Singapore
Charles Leclerc took his third pole position in a row as Ferrari surprised Mercedes and Red Bull by emerging as the team to beat in qualifying at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Ricciardo excluded from qualifying for car breach
Daniel Ricciardo has been excluded from the result of qualifying at the Singapore Grand Prix after his car was found in contravention of the Formula One rulebook.
Hamilton believes Ferrari's are in a class of their own
The physical challenge behind F1 drivers' 'love-hate' relationship with the Singapore GP
The combination of heat, humidity and a race which regularly runs two hours makes the Singapore Grand Prix the toughest event of the season for drivers. But just how much stress do they put their bodies through?
How Singapore mastered Formula One in just 12 years
An enormous amount of work, time and money goes into putting on the Singapore Grand Prix, but just how valuable is it for the country? Jake Michaels investigates.
What happens now for Nico Hulkenberg?
Nico Hulkenberg missed out on the seat at Haas, so what are his options now? Plus, why did the American team opt to stick with Romain Grosjean?
2020 F1 grid: Red Bull, Hulkenberg provide biggest unanswered questions
Red Bull holds the most coveted of the remaining vacancies for a driver on the 2020 grid. Here's a look at the remaining pieces of the driver market puzzle.
Diary: 'Unhealthy' haze hangs over Singapore, then disappears
The Formula One paddock is a busy place that hosts a lot of serious business over a race weekend, but here we try to bring you some of the news stories you might otherwise miss ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix.
The organisers of the Singapore Grand Prix have stocked up on face masks to protect attendees against the haze enveloping the area. On Wednesday the city's Pollutant Standard Index (PSI) peaked at over 170 (anything between 101-200 is considered unhealthy and over 201 is very unhealthy) but has since dipped back under 100. Some PSI forecasts have predicted levels of over 200 for the weekend and the race organisers have stocked up on masks in order to distribute them to those most at risk, such as the elderly, children and pregnant women. If the PSI rating goes above 151, the masks will also be available for purchase by anyone within the circuit at a price of $2.
Singapore Grand Prix cheat sheet: What time does it start? Where can I watch it?
Here's everything you need to know about the Singapore Grand Prix, including whether or not four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel should contemplate retirement.
Why Leclerc, not Vettel, looks like the champion Ferrari has been waiting for
Will Vettel bounce back?
After a thrilling and controversial Italian Grand Prix, we assembled ESPN's panel of F1 journalists -- Kate Walker, Maurice Hamilton, Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson -- to discuss the main talking points from the race weekend.
While the haze in Singapore may have caused air quality levels to reach an “unhealthy” status for the first time in three years, it does appear to be improving. On Wednesday morning the Pollutant Standard Index had dipped to 117 in central Singapore, down from 150-170 on Wednesday evening. The nation's National Environmental Agency expects it to continue clearing throughout the day.
Toto Wolff jokes 'Hamilton could have a future in Formula E'
Mercedes launches Formula E team
Mercedes has launched its Formula E team and confirmed former McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne and current F2 championship leader Nyck de Vries as its drivers.
Has Leclerc broken Vettel? The events of Monza would suggest so