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  • Honda puts off driver line-up discussion

    Ron Dennis the Chairman and Chief Executive Office

    Honda intends to schedule meetings with McLaren over the course of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend - but the driver line-up for next season is likely to be off the agenda.

  • Mercedes set to 'redouble' efforts

    Nico Rosberg, Lewis Hamilton, Ross Brawn Mercedes

    Mercedes will "redouble" their efforts to improve reliability and give their drivers an equal shot at the Formula One World Championship.

  • Button aims to use experience to help Honda

    Lewis Hamilton vs Jenson Button

    Jenson Button has made another push to remain at McLaren after suggesting experience is the key if the team's relationship with Honda is to hit the ground running.

  • Hamilton hoping for straight battle

    Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP cl

    Lewis Hamilton is looking to join the greats of Formula One by winning at Suzuka and he is also hoping for a "straight battle" for the championship against Nico Rosberg.

  • Verstappen to make F1 history

    Max Verstappen, who is set to replace Jean-Eric Vergne of France at Scuderia Toro Rosso

    Max Verstappen will become the youngest ever driver to participate at a grand prix weekend when he gets behind the wheel in Friday's first practice in Japan.

  • Hamilton holding on to title hope

    Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP cl

    Lewis Hamilton is adamant his situation and mindset have not changed now he is again leading the Formula One World Championship.

  • Brabham could make F1 comeback

    Brabham

    The name Brabham could return to Formula One if ambitious plans to revive the iconic brand come to fruition.

  • Mallya: Force India have no cause for concern

    Vijay Mallya with Red Bull's Christian Horner

    Vijay Mallya has insisted the current difficulties he and fellow co-owner Subrata Roy are facing is having no impact on their running of Force India.

  • Rosberg vows to dig in

    Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP arrives for the drivers' parade before the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street Circuit

    Nico Rosberg plans to "dig in" with all at Mercedes in a bid to ensure this year's Formula One world title is not decided by gremlins and good luck.

  • Hamilton urged to enjoy pressure

    Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP celebrates on the podium after winning the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street

    Anthony Hamilton has urged son Lewis to enjoy the pressure that comes with this year's Formula One world title fight.

  • Hamilton glad for family support over the years

    Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP ce

    An emotional Lewis Hamilton departed Singapore with family in tow after a victory that rekindled memories of the sacrifices made to get him to Formula One.

  • Button confident of McLaren future

    Jenson Button of Great Britain and McLaren walks through the paddock during practice ahead of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix

    Jenson Button's future at McLaren appears assured as the team draw ever closer to announcing their driver line-up for next season.

  • Wolff frustrated over Mercedes car issues

    Mercedes GP Executive Director Toto Wolff looks on from the pit wall during final practice ahead of the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix at Marina Bay Street

    Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff said he would re-break his arm if it offered a guarantee neither of his team's cars would endure any more reliability issues this season.

  • Boullier accuses Red Bull of cheating

    Sebastian Vettel of Germany and Infiniti Red Bull Racing prepares in the garage before the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix

    McLaren team principal Eric Boullier has accused Red Bull of using coded radio messages to help Daniel Ricciardo in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.

  • Reliability matters to Mercedes duo

    Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP poses with Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes GP and Daniel Ricciardo of Australia

    Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were both in agreement for once this season that the destiny of the Formula One world championship cannot be decided on reliability grounds.

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