Why new flexi floor suspicions have kicked off in Formula 1

The introduction of a new flexi wing technical directive at the Singapore Grand Prix was always going to trigger interest if there was any shuffling of Formula 1’s pecking order.

Vettel: No regrets on retiring after realising how small F1 world is

Sebastian Vettel has said he has had no regrets about retiring from Formula 1, after coming to realise how small a world grand prix racing is.

Why AlphaTauri skipped Verstappen's Singapore F1 impeding hearing

An unusual procedural call by the FIA Formula 1 stewards that saw AlphaTauri miss an FIA stewards hearing in Singapore surprised teams and kickstarted conspiracy theories among fans.

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Sainz, Leclerc would accept Singapore F1 team orders if in victory contention

Ferrari drivers Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc would be happy to accept team orders if they are in Formula 1 victory contention at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Brown "sympathetic" to Williams F1 but warns against CapEx spending spree

McLaren CEO Zak Brown says he is "sympathetic" to Williams Formula 1's plea to be allowed to invest in new facilities, but cautioned bigger CapEx allowances can't be a general solution.

Don't be fooled, unsanctioned races offer no national glory, former racer warns

SHAH ALAM - Former national MotoGP racer Shahrol Yuzy Ahmad Zaini to professional racers has a stark and stern reminder to the current crop of professional racers: accolades earned in unsanctioned races, even if labelled ‘national,’ will not be recognised. Shahrol’s advice -- aired in the latest episode of Sinar Daily’s Sports Matter podcast -- cam...

Perez hit with five-second penalty for Albon clash in F1 Singapore GP

Sergio Perez has been handed a five-second penalty for colliding with Alex Albon in the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix, but the Red Bull Formula 1 driver will keep his position.

F1 Singapore Grand Prix – Start time, starting grid, how to watch, & more

Carlos Sainz will start from pole position after topping qualifying for the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. Here's how and when you can watch the race.

Gasly wants smaller cockpit on 2024 Alpine F1 car compared to "long arms" Ocon

Pierre Gasly says he and Alpine Formula 1 team-mate Esteban Ocon are aligned in their requests for the team's 2024 car, except on cockpit space owing to Ocon's longer arms.

Riders have been “too hard” on India MotoGP track over safety concerns

Pol Espargaro believes MotoGP riders were “a bit too hard” when it came to their concerns over the safety of the Indian Grand Prix circuit.

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Keating explains decision to bow out of WEC, join United in IMSA

Ben Keating has explained why he has decided to make this season his last in the World Endurance Championship and embark on a new chapter in IMSA with United Autosports in 2024.

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Verstappen: "Worst-case scenario" in Singapore GP denied F1 podium fight

Max Verstappen felt he could have joined the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix podium battle in the closing stages but was denied by "worst-case scenario" safety car timings.

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Surprised Ferrari mindful about "weird" Singapore F1 track form

A surprised Carlos Sainz says Ferrari remains mindful about how Singapore can throw up "weird" surprises in qualifying, despite topping the Formula 1 practice times on Friday.

Alonso "less worried" over Singapore F1 slump after suspension discovery

Fernando Alonso says he is "less worried" about Aston Martin's lack of pace in Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix after discovering how much a damaged suspension shroud slowed him.

Schumacher can remain Mercedes F1 reserve amid Alpine WEC links

Mick Schumacher is welcome to stay at the Mercedes Formula 1 team in his reserve role even if he lands an Alpine World Endurance Championship race seat, says Toto Wolff.

Russell suspects Ferrari not running engine at full power in Singapore F1 practice

George Russell labelled Mercedes' practice form in Singapore as its best of the Formula 1 season but suspects Ferrari has more in hand after not using its top engine modes.

Sainz: "Cheeky" Singapore F1 strategy to keep Norris in DRS was a risk

Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix winner Carlos Sainz reckoned handing Lando Norris "a cheeky DRS boost" to defend victory was risky, but followed recent efforts to trust his instincts.

RM500,000 fine for unsanctioned races not enforced, more will follow suit - Former MotoGP racer

SHAH ALAM - Former national MotoGP racer Shahrol Yuzy Ahmad Zaini has called for the Youth and Sports Ministry to be firmed in doling out strict actions against organisers of unsanctioned motorsport events. In Sinar Daily’s latest Sports Matter podcast, Shahrol contended certain unscrupulous parties have intentionally neglected to seek official san...

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Sainz: Ferrari weaknesses haven't changed despite Singapore F1 win

Carlos Sainz has cautioned that Ferrari's Formula 1 car weaknesses are still unchanged despite its victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Suzuka’s Turn 2 kerbs go black and yellow for Vettel bee project

Suzuka’s Turn 2 kerbs will be painted black and yellow for Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix in support of Sebastian Vettel’s latest biodiversity project.

Onana laments poor start as Man Utd crisis deepens

MUNICH - Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana said he had let his teammates down after a howler set the tone for a 4-3 Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich. A third consecutive defeat ramps up the pressure on United manager Erik ten Hag and two late goals from Casemiro masked the gulf in class between the sides at the Allianz Arena on Wedne...

Ricciardo F1 return in doubt for Qatar, Lawson set for more races

Daniel Ricciardo's projected return at the Qatar Grand Prix looks in doubt as the AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver continues his recovery from a broken hand.

Aubameyang rescues crisis-hit Marseille as Liverpool, West Ham win

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Red Bull: F1 flexi-floor, wing clampdowns had “zero” role in Singapore struggles

Red Bull insists that a double whammy crackdown on flexi-wings and floors at Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix played “zero” role in its weekend struggles.

Insurance coverage for unsanctioned drag race in doubt

SHAH ALAM - Claims of insurance coverage for the unsanctioned drag race held on Sep 4 -- which was abruptly halted due to a participant’s tragic death -- face skepticism by those familiar with the inner workings of the motorsports scene. The first of the two guests to air their suspicion in an episode of Sinar Daily’s Sports Matter podcast was form...

Russell: Mercedes in "exciting place" with Singapore F1 tyre "advantage"

George Russell believes Mercedes is in an "exciting place" for Formula 1's Singapore Grand Prix with the "strategic advantage" of an extra set of medium tyres relative to Ferrari.

2023 F1 Singapore GP results: Carlos Sainz wins thriller

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz won a thrilling Singapore Grand Prix, the 15th round of the 2023 Formula 1 world championship, as Red Bull’s winning streak came to a humbling conclusion.

Norris calls for change to Singapore F1 kerb drivers are "afraid" to take flat

Lando Norris has called for changes to the final corner kerb at Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix in the wake of Lance Stroll’s crash in qualifying.

Wolff: Russell error will be engraved after 99.99% fantastic F1 Singapore GP

George Russell’s crash in Formula 1’s 2023 Singapore Grand Prix ended a “99.9% fantastic weekend” but will be “engraved” in him for when Mercedes fights for championships, reckons Toto Wolff.

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Hamilton: "Something's up" if Red Bull doesn't win F1 Japanese GP by 30 seconds

Lewis Hamilton expects Red Bull to resume its dominance at the Japanese Grand Prix, suggesting something would be amiss if it did not win Suzuka's Formula 1 race handsomely.

F1 Japanese GP: Verstappen on top again in FP2 as Gasly crashes late on

Max Verstappen completed a clean sweep of Friday's Formula 1 practice sessions after topping FP2, 0.320 seconds clear of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.

Ferrari brings new F1 car floor to Japan in bid to boost efficiency

Ferrari is chasing efficiency gains for its Formula 1 car thanks to a new floor update it has brought to the Japanese Grand Prix.

Hamilton critical of F1 teams for blocking last-minute DRS change in Singapore

Lewis Hamilton has criticised the four Formula 1 teams that blocked a last-minute effort by the FIA to add an extra DRS zone to the Singapore circuit.

Quartararo: Yamaha’s MotoGP form will be worse if rider, team “not aligned”

Fabio Quartararo has warned that Yamaha’s 2024 MotoGP season “will be the same or worse” if the rider and team “are not aligned” on bike comments.

Norris: F1 drivers don't "care enough" about impeding in qualifying

Lando Norris has said his fellow Formula 1 drivers don’t “care enough” about impeding rivals in qualifying, having been a victim himself several times this season.

Mercedes: No qualms about throwing away “really fast” W14 F1 car

Mercedes has no qualms about binning its “really fast” W14 Formula 1 car at the end of this year, because it knows better things are coming with its 2024 challenger.

MotoGP Indian GP: Bezzecchi leads Marquez in first practice

VR46 rider Marco Bezzecchi set the pace in the opening practice session for the inaugural MotoGP Indian Grand Prix, leading the way from Honda’s Marc Marquez.

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