Singapore set for Hamilton-Verstappen showdown
After two close battles with Charles Leclerc in Belgium and Italy, Lewis Hamilton looks set to lock horns with Red Bull's Max Verstappen in Singapore.
Red Bull not looking at Hulkenberg for 2020
Red Bull has ruled out the possibility of Nico Hulkenberg joining the team in 2020, saying the vacant seat alongside Max Verstappen will almost certainly go to either Alex Albon, Daniil Kvyat or Pierre Gasly.
Albon drives into the wall at Turn 10
Red Bull's Alexander Albon drove straight into the wall before reversing out to carry on FP2. Watch the Singapore Grand Prix on ESPN2.
Red flag as Bottas crunches into wall
Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas walked away unhurt as he crashed into a wall at Turn 19 during practice. Watch the Singapore Grand Prix on ESPN2.
How Singapore mastered Formula One in just 12 years
An enormous amount of work, time and money goes into putting on the Singapore Grand Prix, but just how valuable is it for the country? Jake Michaels investigates.
What happens now for Nico Hulkenberg?
Nico Hulkenberg missed out on the seat at Haas, so what are his options now? Plus, why did the American team opt to stick with Romain Grosjean?
F1 cars set for show run down LA's Hollywood Blvd.
Formula One will conduct a live showcase of 2019 race cars on the streets of Los Angeles on Oct. 30.
The organisers of the Singapore Grand Prix have stocked up on face masks to protect attendees against the haze enveloping the area. On Wednesday the city's Pollutant Standard Index (PSI) peaked at over 170 (anything between 101-200 is considered unhealthy and over 201 is very unhealthy) but has since dipped back under 100. Some PSI forecasts have predicted levels of over 200 for the weekend and the race organisers have stocked up on masks in order to distribute them to those most at risk, such as the elderly, children and pregnant women. If the PSI rating goes above 151, the masks will also be available for purchase by anyone within the circuit at a price of $2.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.