Third car option too late for 2015 F1 season, says Eric Boullier
Third car option too late for 2015 F1 season, says Eric Boullier

Formula One teams would need six months` notice to add a third car to their lineup, which makes any decision too late already for the start of next season, McLaren racing director Eric Boullier said on Thursday.

Jennifer Lopez treats fans to racy performance
Jennifer Lopez treats fans to racy performance

Singer-actress Jennifer Lopez's fans here were in for a treat as the Latin star showed off her moves during a racy performance at the Singapore Grand Prix.

McLaren accuse Red Bull of coded messages
McLaren accuse Red Bull of coded messages

The McLaren team on Monday hinted that rivals Red Bull had used coded messages to assist Australian Daniel Ricciardo`s drive to a podium finish in Sunday`s Singapore Grand Prix.

Mercedes pledge to conquer reliability problems
Mercedes pledge to conquer reliability problems

Mercedes on Monday pledged it will do all it can to prevent poor reliability deciding the destiny of this year`s drivers` world championship.

''Three Rs'' spell out championship lead for Lewis Hamilton
''Three Rs'' spell out championship lead for Lewis Hamilton

For a Singapore Grand Prix that began with confusion over self-censorship and concluded with Lewis Hamilton leading the standings, the race weekend can be summed up by using the `Three Rs` -- Radios, Rosberg and Reliability.

Burnt Kevin​ Magnussen claims 'hardest point' in Singapore
Burnt Kevin​ Magnussen claims 'hardest point' in Singapore

McLaren`s Kevin Magnussen labelled his 10th place finish at the stifling Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday as the hardest point he had earned in Formula One after he suffered burns from his overheated car.

No celebrations for title-chaser Lewis Hamilton
No celebrations for title-chaser Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton said he will not be celebrating after his dramatic victory in Sunday`s Singapore Grand Prix, but will instead be concentrating on the five remaining races in his bid for a second drivers` world title.

Force India reclaim fifth place with double points finish at Singapore
Force India reclaim fifth place with double points finish at Singapore

Force India regained fifth position in the team standings with a double points finish in the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix here Sunday.

Singapore GP: Lewis Hamilton wins as Nico Rosberg limps out
Singapore GP: Lewis Hamilton wins as Nico Rosberg limps out

Lewis Hamilton regained the Formula One drivers` world championship lead on Sunday when he claimed victory in the Singapore Grand Prix after his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg was forced to retire with electronic problems.

Fernando Alonso buoyed by Ferrari pace in Singapore
Fernando Alonso buoyed by Ferrari pace in Singapore

Fernando Alonso was cautiously optimistic he could collect a rare podium after his stuttering Ferrari surprised him with its competitiveness in qualifying at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday.

Force India struggle in Singapore GP qualifying
Force India struggle in Singapore GP qualifying

Force India drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez experienced a tough qualifying in the Formula One Singapore Grand Prix, setting 13th and 15th fastest times at the Marina Bay Street Circuit here Saturday.

Singapore GP: Fernando Alonso tops billing in third practice
Singapore GP: Fernando Alonso tops billing in third practice

Fernando Alonso shrugged off the maelstrom of rumours and speculation surrounding his future with Ferrari on Saturday to clock the fastest time in the third and final free practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix.

Nico Rosberg admits Singapore struggles
Nico Rosberg admits Singapore struggles

Championship leader Nico Rosberg admitted he has ground to make up on his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton after losing momentum in Friday`s opening practice sessions for Sunday`s Singapore Grand Prix.

Engine failure adds to Sebastian Vettel woes in Singapore
Engine failure adds to Sebastian Vettel woes in Singapore

World champion Sebastian Vettel`s wretched run of luck continued at the Singapore Grand Prix on Friday when the German suffered an engine failure at the end of the first free practice session which compromised his track time in the second.

F1 radio ban delayed to ensure fairness for all, says FIA
F1 radio ban delayed to ensure fairness for all, says FIA

 Formula One has back-tracked on a planned clampdown on radio and pitboard messages for reasons of fairness but remains determined to end driver `coaching` during races, the world governing body said on Friday.

Red Bull to keep working for marginal gains: Christian Horner
Red Bull to keep working for marginal gains: Christian Horner

Red Bull has continued to make small strides in the first season of the V6 era and will continue to work hard to get "marginal gains on track", said team principal Christian Horner Friday ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.

Fernando Alonso lifts Ferrari gloom in Singapore F1 practice
Fernando Alonso lifts Ferrari gloom in Singapore F1 practice

Fernando Alonso gave his embattled Ferrari team some welcome cheer by clocking the fastest time in first free practice for the Singapore Grand Prix on a balmy floodlit evening at the Marina Bay Street Circuit on Friday.

Formula One revises radio ban after team talks
Formula One revises radio ban after team talks

Formula One`s governing body postponed the bulk of a ban on radio and pit board messages until next season after deciding on Friday that this weekend`s Singapore Grand Prix was too early for teams to adapt to the new restrictions.

Frustrated Fernando Alonso defends Ferrari brand, seeks unity
Frustrated Fernando Alonso defends Ferrari brand, seeks unity

A frustrated Fernando Alonso reiterated his commitment to Ferrari on Thursday and took a verbal swipe at brand-damaging rumours in Italy suggesting he might swap seats with Sebastian Vettel to join Red Bull next year.

F1 title rivals relishing ''challenge'' of radio silence
F1 title rivals relishing ''challenge'' of radio silence

Title rivals Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton were in rare harmony on Thursday when asked to voice their opinions on Formula One`s controversial decision to ban radio assistance ahead of this weekend`s Singapore Grand Prix.