Mexican Grand Prix will go ahead as planned despite earthquake

Next month's Mexican Grand Prix will go ahead as planned, organisers say, despite the earthquake that hit the capital Mexico City on Tuesday.Rodrigo Sanchez, marketing head of the Autodromo Hermanos Rodrigues, said the track was not damaged.Sanchez said: "It's been inspected twice already from the track surface and also the

Singapore Grand Prix: Max Verstappen blames Sebastian Vettel for crash

Red Bull's Max Verstappen blamed Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel for the first-lap crash which took three cars out of the Singapore Grand Prix.The Dutchman and the German came together with Vettel's team-mate Kimi Raikkonen off the start line.Verstappen said: "Mainly Sebastian started squeezing me. Maybe he did not see Kimi on

Singapore Grand Prix: Predict who will win at Marina Bay

Monza may not have gone the way of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, but is payback in order under the atmospheric Singapore floodlights? Lewis Hamilton regained the championship lead with a dominant display at the Italian Grand Prix, but there was no stopping the German in qualifying at the Marina Bay Circuit

Singapore Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton needs 'a miracle' from fifth on grid

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he is looking for a "miracle" to limit the damage to his title hopes in Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.Hamilton has qualified fifth, while championship rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari is on pole, giving the German a strong chance to retake the lead."Fifth place is definitely

Singapore Grand Prix: Get ready for a special sparkle at F1 night race

There's something a bit special about the Singapore Grand Prix, and mostly it's the night thing. Without it, the Marina Bay track would most likely be just another right-angle-dominated street circuit in an environment in which the major concern would be how many litres of water one needed to drink