2nd (235 Pts)
5th (138 Pts)
Sebastian Vettel's 'extraordinary piece of recklessness' triggered the Singapore GP start-line crash, according to Fleet Street.
Ferrari are standing by their controversial tweet blaming Max Verstappen for his ruinous crash with their two drivers.
Singapore GP stewards have ruled no driver was 'predominantly to blame' in the Vettel-Raikkonen-Verstappen crash.
Max Verstappen has laid the blame on Sebastian Vettel for the first-lap crash that ended both of their races at the Singapore GP.
Sebastian Vettel has predicted a close battle in the Singapore GP with Red Bull warning they have nothing to lose in Sunday's race.
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Sky F1's Martin Brundle sat down with Kimi Raikkonen to reflect on his eventful career and gradually thaw the 'Iceman'.
Robert Kubica believes Mercedes and Ferrari's 'second' drivers, along with the Red Bull pair, can have a big say in the title.
Lewis Hamilton has taken command of his title battle with Sebastian Vettel with victory at the Italian GP, Monday's newspapers say.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says it was "embarrassing" to witness Mercedes' domination over his team at the Italian GP.
Sebastian Vettel says he was "surprised" by Lewis Hamilton's pace and struggled to identify Ferrari's qualifying problems.
Ferrari's Sergio Marchionne says Sebastian Vettel always wanted a new multi-year contract but doesn't enjoy "special privileges".
Lewis Hamilton hopes Mercedes can play the role of party poopers on Ferrari's 70th anniversary celebrations at Monza.
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Lewis Hamilton has given up on the 'dream' of driving for Ferrari - at least for the duration of Sebastian Vettel's new contract.
Lewis Hamilton maintains Ferrari have the best race car this season and says Mercedes need improvements if he is to win the world title.
Toto Wolff says four drivers - Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen - can win Sunday's Belgian GP.
Sebastian Vettel insists it was a "no-brainer" to extend his contract with Ferrari and declared: "This legend is still alive."
Sebastian Vettel has signed a contract extension with Ferrari and committed to the Scuderia until the end of the 2020 season.
Lewis Hamilton hailed his start to the Belgian GP as one of the best of his season, but Mercedes are wary of Ferrari's pace.
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