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Live: Singapore GP qualifying
Marquez storms to Aragon pole
Red Bull sets 2020 decision target
Warning flag won't "change anything"

Follow all the action from the Singapore Grand Prix as it happens with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Marc Marquez took pole for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix by 0.327 seconds, though did come under threat from Fabio Quartararo in the closing stages of qualifying.

Red Bull expects to finalise its 2020 driver line-up after the Mexican Grand Prix, with the team admitting Alex Albon’s performances have put him in pole position to stay alongside Max Verstappen.

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has dismissed suggestions that Formula 1 drivers will be more willing to race dirty in battle because of the new black-and-white flag policy.

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Whether you’re an Australian rev head desperate for a two-wheel fix, or an overseas MotoGP fan looking to add a flyaway round to your resume, MotoGP at Phillip Island is a must-see.

How F1's best team plans to conquer Formula E Prime

How F1's best team plans to conquer Formula E

Mercedes had utterly dominated Formula 1 since the start of the turbo hybrid era, but is now entering a championship where total supremacy is hard to achieve. Here’s the full story behind the Silver Arrows arrival in electric single seater racing

The missing answer that reversed grids could bring to F1 Prime

The missing answer that reversed grids could bring to F1

Formula 1 has been searching for the answer to its overtaking problem for decades. But its teams can never agree to something that may hurt their chances. Here's why a compromised but radical event format idea could solve that issue.

Why Ferrari would be mad to shun Hulkenberg again Prime

Why Ferrari would be mad to shun Hulkenberg again

With Nico Hulkenberg's 2020 Formula 1 options narrowing further, it's time the big player that snubbed him for Kimi Raikkonen back in 2014 took another look - because there's plenty of use for Hulkenberg in the Ferrari F1 family in both the short and long term

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez beats Quartararo to pole

Marc Marquez took pole for MotoGP's Aragon Grand Prix by 0.327 seconds, though did come under threat from Fabio Quartararo in the closing stages of qualifying.

Espargaro out of Aragon GP after practice crash

KTM rider Pol Espargaro will not take part in this weekend's Aragon Grand Prix after fracturing his left wrist in a practice crash.

Grosjean: Combined DTM/FE programme was post-F1 option

Romain Grosjean says he would have pushed for a move to the DTM, possibly in conjunction with a Formula E programme, had he not secured another year in Formula 1.

Perez to take grid penalty after FP3 accident

Sergio Perez will take a five-place grid penalty for the Singapore Grand Prix after fitting a new gearbox ahead of qualifying.

Aragon MotoGP qualifying as it happened

Follow all the MotoGP action from the Aragon Grand Prix with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Red Bull aims to firm up 2020 line-up after Mexico

Red Bull expects to finalise its 2020 driver line-up after the Mexican Grand Prix, with the team admitting Alex Albon’s performances have put him in pole position to stay alongside Max Verstappen.

KTM: Replacing Zarco was necessary for crew morale

KTM motorsport boss said the decision to accelerate Johann Zarco's exit from its MotoGP project was made to protect the crew from the Frenchman's negative outlook.

Singapore GP: Leclerc outpaces Hamilton in FP3

Charles Leclerc headed Lewis Hamilton in final practice for Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix, as Red Bull failed to show its true pace ahead of Saturday night’s qualifying session.

MotoGP updates track limits rules after Moto2 fallout

MotoGP has issued an updated set of track limits guidelines in the wake of the controversial finish to last weekend's Moto2 race at Misano.

Live: Follow Singapore GP qualifying as it happens

Follow all the action from the Singapore Grand Prix as it happens with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Rossi: Yamaha no longer "embarrassing" on acceleration

Valentino Rossi says the Yamaha MotoGP bike's acceleration deficit is no longer "embarrassing", as it was during last year's Aragon Grand Prix.

"Open-source" parts proposed as F1 standardisation alternative

The FIA has proposed an “open-source” alternative to standard Formula 1 parts for 2021 that would see teams sharing their designs for certain elements of the car.

Aragon MotoGP: Rins leads Vinales, Kallio in damp FP3

Suzuki's Alex Rins topped a damp third MotoGP practice at Aragon, having been one of only three riders to use slick tyres during the session.

Barrichello explains first lap S5000 scrap

Rubens Barrichello was left with bent steering from a scrap with Bart Mawer on the first lap of today's S5000 opener at Sandown.

Warning flag won't lead to dirty driving - Leclerc

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc has dismissed suggestions that Formula 1 drivers will be more willing to race dirty in battle because of the new black-and-white flag policy.

Hulkenberg F1 exit would be "difficult" to take - Renault

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has admitted it would be “difficult” if dropping Nico Hulkenberg forced his outgoing driver to leave the championship entirely.

Sugo Super GT: Honda breaks lap record in qualifying

Real Racing duo Koudai Tsukakoshi and Bertrand Baguette led a second consecutive front row sweep for Honda in qualifying for the Sugo round of SUPER GT series.

Sandown S5000: Macrow takes heat win, contact for Barrichello

Tim Macrow won the first S5000 qualifying heat at Sandown, as first-lap contact compromised Rubens Barrichello's race.

Sandown TCR: Girolami dominates opener

Nestor Girolami made a perfect start to his TCR Australia cameo, dominating the opening race at Sandown.

Sandown S5000: Martin takes first pole by 0.01s

John Martin will start the first S5000 qualifying race from pole position, after edging Tim Macrow in qualifying at Sandown.