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Vettel beats Leclerc in Singapore GP
Vettel/Leclerc swap was considered
Marquez takes dominant Aragon win
Mercedes got Singapore GP "so wrong"

Sebastian Vettel scored his first Formula 1 victory in over a year as Charles Leclerc criticised a Ferrari decision he did not think was "fair" in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Ferrari thought about swapping Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix after being surprised to see Leclerc lose his lead because of the team's strategy.

Marc Marquez moved closer to a sixth MotoGP title after securing a dominant victory at the Aragon Grand Prix from pole position.

The Mercedes Formula 1 tean feels "annoyance" after it got the Singapore Grand prix weekend "so wrong", according to team boss Toto Wolff.

Raikkonen "suicided himself" with first-corner move - Kvyat

Daniil Kvyat holds Kimi Raikkonen entirely responsible for the collision that ended the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver's Singapore Grand Prix.

Hulkenberg probably "regretting" first-lap move - Sainz

McLaren's Carlos Sainz believes that Nico Hulkenberg regrets the duo's first-lap incident at the Singapore Grand Prix, which forced both he and the Renault Formula 1 driver to pit.

Giovinazzi penalised for crane incident

Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi has been penalised by the Formula 1 stewards for driving too close to a crane during the Singapore Grand Prix, but keeps his 10th place.

Plastic sandwich bag caused Magnussen's pace drop-off

A plastic sandwich bag lodged in Kevin Magnussen's front wing was the cause of the pace drop-off that effectively dashed his chances of a point-scoring finish in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Kyle Busch: Long runs "worried me" at Richmond

Kyle Busch didn’t pick up his first NASCAR playoff win at Richmond but he did just about everything else.

Bottas team order "not great" but necessary - Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admitted the team did not feel good in having to make the call for Valtteri Bottas to back off and avoid overtaking Lewis Hamilton with an undercut during their pitstops in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Ferrari considered Vettel/Leclerc swap in Singapore

Ferrari thought about swapping Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix after being surprised to see Leclerc lose his lead because of the team's strategy.

Plastic sandwich bag caused Magnussen's pace drop-off

A plastic sandwich bag lodged in Kevin Magnussen's front wing was the cause of the pace drop-off that effectively dashed his chances of a point-scoring finish in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Kremers takes FIA Karting World Championship title

Birel ART driver Marijn Kremers won the FIA Karting World Championship in the KZ category, beating Adrien Renaudin at the Lonato circuit.

Rossi doesn't understand "bad" Aragon GP pace

Valentino Rossi says he doesn’t understand his “bad” pace in the MotoGP Aragon Grand Prix, which left him 23.6 seconds from the win in eighth place.

Mercedes annoyed it got Singapore GP "so wrong"

The Mercedes Formula 1 tean feels "annoyance" after it got the Singapore Grand prix weekend "so wrong", according to team boss Toto Wolff.

Giovinazzi penalised for crane incident

Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi has been penalised by the Formula 1 stewards for driving too close to a crane during the Singapore Grand Prix, but keeps his 10th place.

Hulkenberg probably "regretting" first-lap move - Sainz

McLaren's Carlos Sainz believes that Nico Hulkenberg regrets the duo's first-lap incident at the Singapore Grand Prix, which forced both he and the Renault Formula 1 driver to pit.

Raikkonen "suicided himself" with first-corner move - Kvyat

Daniil Kvyat holds Kimi Raikkonen entirely responsible for the collision that ended the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver's Singapore Grand Prix.

Russell: "Shame" Grosjean clash didn't also ruin his race

Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says it's a "shame" his Singapore Grand Prix collision with Romain Grosjean ended only his race and not Grosjean's as well.

Leclerc frustrated by "not fair" Ferrari strategy in Singapore

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc told his team that he felt his defeat to Sebastian Vettel in the Singapore Grand Prix was "unfair", after an undercut allowed his teammate to triumph.

Singapore GP: Vettel beats Leclerc to end victory drought

Sebastian Vettel scored his first Formula 1 victory in over a year as Charles Leclerc criticised a Ferrari decision he did not think was "fair" in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Aragon Moto2: Binder fends off Navarro, Marquez extends lead

KTM rider Brad Binder withstood late pressure from Speed Up's Jorge Navarro to win the Moto2 race at Aragon.

The Singapore GP as it happened

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

Aragon MotoGP: Marquez closes on sixth title with win

Marc Marquez moved closer to a sixth MotoGP title after securing a dominant victory at the Aragon Grand Prix from pole position.

FIA approves extra Pirelli 2020 tyre test

The FIA World Motor Sport Council has formally approved the contentious extra Pirelli 2020 tyre test to be run at Barcelona on October 7-8th.

Aragon MotoGP - the race as it happened

Follow the 14th round of the 2019 MotoGP season from Motorland Aragon with our livetext coverage.

Mercedes needs "enormous" pace difference to beat Leclerc

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff expects it to be "really difficult" to overtake Singapore Grand Prix poleman Charles Leclerc without an "enormous" pace difference.

Aragon Moto3: Canet fights back with dominant win

Aron Canet took a dominant Moto3 victory on home soil at Aragon as his championship rivals Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Tony Arbolino both struggled.