Singapore GP (2015)
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Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has written an apology to the FIA for the behaviour of team members during an incident after the Singapore Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says the reasons for Mercedes' slump in performance in Singapore will be a 'mystery' that may never be solved, as Pirelli on Thursday moved to further dispel talk of a conspiracy.
Ferrari introduced a new concept for its car in Singapore, and Sebastian Vettel went on to dominate the weekend. Giorgio Piola looks at a tweak that could transform the championship battle.
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari were the dominant force in Formula 1 in Singapore, as Mercedes suddenly found itself over a second off the pace and looking for answers. Adam Cooper analyses an unexpected weekend.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has played down talk of a tyre conspiracy against his Formula 1 team at the Singapore Grand Prix, even though it still has no answer for its dramatic performance slump.
Sergio Perez kept his 100 percent record of scoring points at the Marina Bay circuit after finishing seventh in the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday.
Felipe Massa was forced to retire.
Nico Hulkenberg: "I don’t understand why I’ve been given a penalty before there has even been the chance to discuss the incident in the stewards’ room."
Daniel Ricciardo: "The last few races the chassis has really come alive so thanks to the guys for that."
Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost says that he was happy for Max Verstappen to keep his position ahead of teammate Carlos Sainz even after being asked by the team to move aside.
Toto Wolff,: "One bad weekend doesn't overshadow our achievements so far this year but we know that there is no room for complacency after a weekend like this."
McLaren's Jenson Button was critical of rival Pastor Maldonado after their incident during the Singapore Grand Prix, saying the Venezuelan "won't ever change" his "strange" driving.
Ferrari has been asked to apologise for an incident in parc ferme after the Singapore Grand Prix, but no further action will be taken.
Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg says he doesn’t understand why he was given a three-place grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix following his clash with Felipe Massa in Singapore.