Verstappen: Vettel took an unnecessary risk in Singapore
Max Verstappen thinks Sebastian Vettel would have avoided the dramatic crash at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix if he had been thinking about his championship fight with Lewis Hamilton.
Can Vettel make a comeback?
With 28 points behind Lewis Hamilton, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough decide if Sebastian Vettel can take the title from the Brit.
Who is to blame for the Singapore GP crash?
ESPN's Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough debate who was at fault for the crash at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Merc and Ferrari split tyre strategies for Malaysia
Formula One tyre supplier Pirelli has revealed the drivers' selections for the Malaysian Grand Prix, with title rivals Mercedes and Ferrari choosing different strategies.
Webber: Sometimes Vettel forgets where his car ends
Mark Webber agrees the Singapore Grand Prix clash was a racing incident but thinks it was triggered by a move Sebastian Vettel has attempted unsuccessfully before.
Wolff sympathetic to Ferrari after Singapore drama
Toto Wolff says Mercedes knows how Ferrari must be feeling after seeing both its drivers eliminated from the Singapore Grand Prix on the opening lap.
Kimi on Singapore clash: 'It's a shame but that's it'
Kimi Raikkonen was reluctant to apportion blame for the first corner accident that took him out of the Singapore Grand Prix, saying he did all he could to avoid a collision.
Verstappen blames Vettel for Singapore collision
Max Verstappen believes Sebastian Vettel is "mainly" to blame for the collision that wiped out both drivers and Kimi Raikkonen on the opening lap of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Kimi on fourth: 'It could have been a lot worse'
Kimi Raikkonen was happy to settle for the final spot on the second row of the grid after feeling "far from comfortable" throughout qualifying in Singapore.
Vettel: My car came alive in Q3
Singapore Grand Prix polesitter Sebastian Vettel was left surprised by his qualifying pace but was relieved his car "came alive" in the final session.
Vettel: Ferrari will be in the fight
Sebastian Vettel is sure Ferrari will be stronger in qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix after failing to match the pace of Red Bull on Friday.
'Not a lot made sense' for Ferrari on Friday
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari was taken by surprise by its lack of pace in the opening three hours of practice for this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
Vettel plays down Ferrari advantage at Singapore
Sebastian Vettel does not buy into theories that the Singapore street circuit will suit Ferrari over Mercedes this weekend.
Raikkonen doesn't subscribe to favourites tag
Kimi Raikkonen is not getting carried away with the favourites tag which has been slapped on Ferrari ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Why Gene Haas is uneasy fielding Ferrari juniors
Gene Haas says it makes little business sense for his team to hand a full-time race seat to a Ferrari junior in future, despite an extensive engine and technical partnership with the Italian company.
Vettel on championship run-in: 'Easy is boring'
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari has no reason to fear any of the races coming after this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix, where it is expected to be the team to beat.
Arrivabene: Reason for keeping Kimi is clear
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says retaining Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel for 2018 was the right decision for team spirit at Maranello.
Should Ferrari be worried by the gap to Mercedes at Monza?
ESPN looks at Mercedes' dominant victory over Ferrari at the Italian Grand Prix and how the championship battle could swing dramatically in the other direction next time out at Singapore.
Vettel 'not stressed' about gap to Merc at Monza
Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel remains optimistic about his title chances despite Mercedes' dominance at Monza on Sunday.
Ferrari renews Philip Morris partnership
Ferrari has renewed its lucrative partnership with tobacco company Philip Morris after signing another multi-year sponsorship deal.
Ferrari admits it 'screwed up' at Monza
Ferrari's lack of pace at the Italian Grand Prix came from underestimating its home circuit, according to company chairman Sergio Marchionne.
Vettel: Car damage masked true pace
Sebastian Vettel believes he could have been much faster in the Italian Grand Prix had he not encountered damage on his Ferrari during the closing stages of the race.
Wolff thinks Ferrari took 'a step back' at Monza
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff was surprised to see how much Ferrari struggled to match his team's pace at the Italian Grand Prix.
Kimi blames 'stupid' delay on Pirelli's wet tyre
Kimi Raikkonen called on Pirelli to provide Formula One with better wet-weather tyres after a long and "stupid" qualifying delay.
Marchionne: Vettel never asked for shorter deal
Sergio Marchionne has denied claims Sebastian Vettel was pushing for a one-year deal before his longer extension was announced last week, saying the German is a "Ferrari man" through and through.
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