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Ferrari arrived in Singapore with two victories under its belt in as many races and a spring in its step. However, those victories were recorded at tracks that suited its low-drag characteristics, so how did it then pull off a win at the street circuit?
If it seems Clint Bowyer has been in this position before, it’s because he has – almost exactly one year ago.
Nico Hulkenberg is facing the possibility of leaving Formula 1. His options are drying up and the end of 2019 is approaching fast. But there is still hope that he can find a spot to continue an F1 run that has so far failed to live up to his junior promise
Ferrari’s speed at Formula 1’s 2019 Singapore Grand Prix was largely the result of the development upgrades it successfully introduced at the race.
Jenson Button and Naoki Yamamoto were on course for a first SUPER GT victory of 2019 at Sugo, but things took a turn for the worse when Yamamoto took over the wheel. Rachit Thukral explains how their remaining hopes of defending their title unravelled in a topsy-turvy race.
Most of the remaining NASCAR playoff hopes of Hendrick Motorsports will likely be determined at this weekend’s race at the Charlotte Roval.
Ferrari was not expected to win in Singapore - it wasn't even expected to be second best. But it scored its best points haul of the season, which came as a result of a technical review that stemmed from its early season disappointment
If Sebastian Vettel had produced the qualifying lap he was truly capable of in Singapore, he wouldn't have been in the right place to capitalise on the unique race circumstances that allowed him to show the world his capabilities again
Ferrari's surprising performance in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying caught Mercedes out with a "big step", as its latest Formula 1 upgrade made it a "force to be reckoned with".
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Marina Bay pitlane at the Singapore Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
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
Confusion, anger, allegations, finger-pointing – the Safety Car debacle at Pukekohe had it all. We attempt to unravel the controversy.
Going into 2019, Ferrari clearly viewed Sebastian Vettel as its number one driver. He is, after all, a four-time Formula 1 world champion, but there is now a compelling argument that his new teammate should be Ferrari's focus
One of the most important yet understated members of two different, dominating Formula 1 teams will not be among the Mercedes contingent by the end of 2019.
Renault's decision to forego an agreement to give Esteban Ocon a 2019 race seat fractured its relationship with Mercedes. Neither side lost trust, though, and put their squabbles behind them to revisit the deal - successfully - a year later
Ferrari’s back-to-back victories in Belgium and Italy saw the team capitalize on the SF90’s more aerodynamically efficient design philosophy, but that’s not to say it didn’t have to make further adjustments to usurp its adversaries. We investigate how Ferrari got back on top with the help of Giorgio Piola’s latest illustrations.
The amazing form of rookie rider Fabio Quartararo and newcomer team Petronas has stunned MotoGP - but its biggest significance is in showing Yamaha the value of a trick it's been missing.
The progress of Porsche and Mercedes as Formula E newbies will be one of the key storylines of 2019/20, but the two have created their programmes very differently. For Porsche, its decision to have an expanded structure could define its debut season
Fending off Michael Schumacher for a whole race at Imola in 2005 cemented Fernando Alonso's claim to F1 greatness. The way Charles Leclerc resisted Mercedes' Monza attacks was Ferrari's new star's equivalent
Ferrari heads to its home race in Italy as the clear favourite after winning at Spa last time out. The two tracks are regularly bracketed together, but just because a team is strong at one does not automatically mean it will be at the other