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Tech verdict: How Ferrari’s updates have really worked Singapore GP
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Tech verdict: How Ferrari’s updates have really worked

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.

The soul-searching that led to Ferrari’s drastic turnaround

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

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.

Tech verdict: Racing Point's "big update"

Racing Point has brought the updates it had promised for the Singapore Grand Prix, most notably adding a brand new front wing to its RP19 Formula 1 car.

Ferrari unveils new nosecone design for Singapore

Ferrari has unveiled a new nosecone design for the Singapore Grand Prix, as the team chases low-speed performance in its endeavours to continue its streak of Formula 1 victories.

The tech secrets to being quick at Monza

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

Explore the low-downforce packages on display at Spa

Formula 1 teams have revealed the low-downforce packages today ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix as they react to the high-speed demands of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.

Racing Point reveals all-new nose design for Spa

Racing Point has overhauled its distinctive front-end design for a more conventional nose ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, abandoning its previous nostril design.

F1 claims “exceptional” results as 2021 windtunnel video emerges

Formula 1 has unveiled the first video of its 2021 concept car in the windtunnel, featuring the anticipated ground-effect aerodynamics package.

Russell says run to 16th felt like a "pole lap"

George Russell reckons that his qualifying run to 16th at the Hungaroring felt like "a pole lap" for Williams as it celebrated its best result on a Saturday this season.

Racing Point introduces upgraded suspension for Hungary

Racing Point has brought a new suspension upgrade to the Hungarian Grand Prix, becoming the latest Formula 1 team to add an extended upright bracket to the pushrod.

Russell says Williams "made wrong choice" with tyres

George Russell feels his Williams team "made the wrong choice" with his tyre strategy during the German Grand Prix, admitting they threw away the chance of a much better result.

Racing Point seeks to "bring balance" to RP19 with upgrade

Racing Point has brought a new upgrade package to the Formula 1 grand prix in Germany, as the team seeks to "bring balance" to its RP19 car.

Tech insight: Mercedes reveals German GP aero update package

Mercedes has unveiled a number of new updates for its home Formula 1 race at Hockenheim, including a new turning vane assembly, front wing and bodywork.

Tech insight: Williams introduces new bargeboard package

Williams has emerged in Silverstone with a new bargeboard package, as it seeks to reinvigorate a difficult Formula 1 season at its home grand prix.

Tech insight: British GP updates break cover at Silverstone

As the journey to Silverstone is short for majority of the Formula 1 grid, bringing new parts isn’t nearly as complex as shipping them at short notice to the further-flung corners of the calendar.

The car that last took McLaren to greatness Prime

The car that last took McLaren to greatness

The McLaren MP4-23 was born under incredible scrutiny post-Spygate in 2008, but it delivered Lewis Hamilton his first British Grand Prix victory at Silverstone. Jake Boxall-Legge analyses the tech highlights of the car that last took McLaren to a Formula 1 title

Mercedes' cooling "Achilles' heel" explained Prime

Mercedes' cooling "Achilles' heel" explained

Mercedes suffered its first defeat of the 2019 season in Austria last weekend, which it put down to poor performance in the sweltering heat. Our technical experts explain how high temperatures can thwart even the strongest Formula 1 squads

F1's current state is exactly what fans asked for Prime

F1's current state is exactly what fans asked for

Formula 1 heeded complaints about slow, ugly cars, a lack of overtaking, too much unpredictability, high tyre degradation and 'non-traditional' venues, and made changes. The current tepid processions are the result. A look back to F1's last unpredictable season shows what should have been possible

Tech insight: Renault’s “substantial” French GP update package

The Renault Formula 1 team has brought a number of new upgrades for the French Grand Prix as it aims to draw clear of the competitive midfield order.

Magnussen set for pitlane start after qualifying shunt

Kevin Magnussen is set for a pitlane start in tomorrow’s Canadian Grand Prix as a consequence of the Haas Formula 1 driver’s hefty shunt in qualifying.

The car that truly kick-started F1's favourite giantkiller Prime

The car that truly kick-started F1's favourite giantkiller

A strategic alliance with McLaren was the key to Force India's first step on the road from Formula 1 mediocrity to midfield powerhouse.

Why F1 teams will be looking to F2 to gain an edge in 2021 Prime

Why F1 teams will be looking to F2 to gain an edge in 2021

Although the majority of the 2021 technical regulations are yet to be defined, there's one major change that has already been announced. This switch could have a major impact on the competitive order in the upper echelons of single-seater racing

Perez fears Monaco GP will be a "great pain" without rain

Sergio Perez feels that the Racing Point Formula 1 team will struggle for a good result in the Monaco Grand Prix, suggesting that without rain the race will be a "great pain".