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Horner: Singapore next chance
Christian Horner admits it is unlikely to be before the return of the flyaway rounds – starting with the Singapore GP in three races’ time – before Red Bull can repeat their Hungary form and challenge Mercedes again.
Pirelli reveal next selections
Pirelli has revealed its next round of nominations for the tyre compounds to be used at the first three races following the summer break.
19-race calendar for 2014
The Formula 1 season will stay at 19 races for 2014 after New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea as expected all failed to make the final calendar cut.
Warwick defends reprimands
Singapore GP steward Derek Warwick has defended the decision to issue reprimands to Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso for their post-race 'lift' and insisted "it is not health and safety gone mad".
Lewis: I don't want it easy
Lewis Hamilton has said he wouldn't like to win races in the same dominant fashion as Sebastian Vettel following the German's latest runaway victory in Singapore.
Watch Hamilton's near-miss
Watch the footage of the moment that "shocked" an oncoming Lewis Hamilton when Fernando Alonso stopped on his slow-down lap at the end of the Singapore GP to give Mark Webber a lift back to the pits.
Christian Horner Q&A
In the aftermath of Sebastian Vettel's latest star performance under the lights in Singapore, Red Bull's Team Principal Christian Horner sat down with the written media to discuss the post-race talking points...
Fleet Street laud Vettel
The British press have been full of praise for Sebastian Vettel's shattering win in the Singapore GP - although suggested the sheer scale of the German's latest victory reawakened arguments about how much his relentless success is due to Red Bull's RB9.
Stoic Raikkonen delivers
Kimi Raikkonen shrugged off a back problem to storm through the field in the Singapore Grand Prix - but the Finn said afterwards that the pain of retirement feels worse.
Ferrari pin hope on RBR slips
Stefano Domenicali says Mark Webber's late retirement in the Singapore GP underlines why Ferrari must keep putting themselves in position to profit from any Red Bull slip-ups on Sebastian Vettel's car if they're to have any hope of the world title.
Vettel laughs off booing
Sebastian Vettel has laughed off the latest cacophony of booing which marred the celebrations of his dominant victory in the Singapore GP.
Lewis: Weekend unsatisfactory
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes cannot be satisfied with their Singapore GP weekend and that any lingering title hopes they had are now over.
Horner hails brilliant Vettel
Christian Horner has described Sebastian Vettel's performance in the Singapore GP as "one of his best ever drives" after the World Champion destroyed the field to win by over half a minute.
Vettel dominates Singapore GP
Sebastian Vettel produced one of the most dominant performances of his career to win the Singapore GP at a canter and move yet another step closer to a fourth world title.
Perez's performance anxiety
With McLaren still yet to formally announce Jenson Button and Sergio Perez as their 2014 drivers, the Mexican has expressed disappointment with his performances so far this season.
Ricciardo wary of race pace
Daniel Ricciardo produced yet another top ten qualifying performance at the Singapore Grand Prix but remains cautious of his race prospects.
Grosjean tyre gamble pays off
Romain Grosjean was quick to praise Lotus after a tyre gamble during qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix helped him on his way to third place on the grid for Sunday's race.
Gutierrez changed approach
Esteban Gutierrez credited his standout performance in Singapore GP qualifying to a change in approach after the Mexican rookie made Q3 for the first time in his Formula 1 career.
Vettel: 'That was close!'
Singapore GP pole-sitter Sebastian Vettel has admitted he felt a few pangs of anxiety as Red Bull's decision to limit the World Champion to a single flying lap in Q3 threatened to spectacularly backfire.
Alonso: It's nothing new
Fernando Alonso admitted Ferrari's underwhelming qualifying result in Singapore simply reflected the lack of pace the F138 displayed throughout practice, leaving the Spaniard banking on his usual strong Sunday recovery.