Red Bull's Helmut Marko has targeted the start of the 2015 European season for a “really competitive" Renault turbo.
Daniel Ricciardo has questioned whether Fernando Alonso should have given him a place back at the start in Singapore.
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- Vettel: Second lucky enough
- Vettel: I could have had pole
- Ricciardo welcomes close fight
- 'Five laps better than nothing'
- Vettel explains 2014 struggles
- FIA agree to amend radio ban
- Horner defends Vettel strategy
- Ricciardo's top-five target
- Red Bull 'keeping Merc honest'
- 'Rocky' given Bulls promotion
- Ricciardo: Win gives us hope
- Ricciardo’s fighting chance
- Vettel hopes for closer race
- Penalties loom for Vettel
- Rivals: Ricciardo here to stay
- Horner: Singapore next chance
- Horner: Vettel down on luck
Sebastian Vettel conceded it was unlikely that he could have beaten Lewis Hamilton, after finishing second in Singapore.
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Pos Driver Nationality Team Pts 1 Hamilton Mercedes 241.0 2 Rosberg Mercedes 238.0 3 Ricciardo Red Bull 181.0 4 Alonso Ferrari 133.0 5 Vettel Red Bull 124.0 6 Bottas Williams 122.0 7 Button McLaren 72.0 8 Hulkenberg Force India 72.0 9 Massa Williams 65.0 10 Perez Force India 45.0 11 Raikkonen Ferrari 45.0 12 Magnussen McLaren 39.0 13 Vergne Toro Rosso 19.0 14 Grosjean Lotus 8.0 15 Kvyat Toro Rosso 8.0 16 Bianchi Marussia 2.0 17 Sutil Sauber 0.0 18 Ericsson Caterham 0.0 19 Maldonado Lotus 0.0 20 Gutierrez Sauber 0.0 21 Chilton Marussia 0.0 22 Kobayashi Caterham 0.0 23 Lotterer Caterham 0.0