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The Pit Stop: Was Alonso on for a podium?

Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough tackle your questions after the Singapore Grand Prix.

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Tech Corner: Why Red Bull haven't kept up.

After a season spent trailing Mercedes and Ferrari, find out what's been going wrong for Red Bull.

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Can Vettel make a comeback?

With 28 points behind Lewis Hamilton, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough decide if Sebastian Vettel can take the title from the Brit.

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Tech Corner: Why Hamilton's dominance continued.

Craig Scarborough joins Jennie Gow to explain why Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes looked so comfortable against Daniel Ricciardo's Red Bull.

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Has Renault re-inspired Sainz?

After signing with Renault and finishing fourth in the Singapore GP, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough discuss whether or not Carlos Sainz has been reinvigorated.

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Who is to blame for the Singapore GP crash?

ESPN's Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough debate who was at fault for the crash at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix.

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Has sixth place in Singapore saved Palmer?

With Renault signing Carlos Sainz, Jennie Gow and Craig Scarborough discuss what's next for Jolyon Palmer in Formula 1.

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Life through a lens: Singapore's first-corner carnage.

Mark Sutton reveals how a small team of F1 photographers captured the chaos of the opening corner in Singapore.

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Sainz shows his worth ahead of Renault move.

While all the drama unfolded at the front of the grid, two drivers in particular stood out as the best of the rest.

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