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Former Ferrari technical director Ross Brawn is adamant that the title fight is not over, insisting that Sebastian Vettel still has a chance.
Kimi Raikkonen has refuted suggestions that Ferrari will struggle in the upcoming races, saying they head to Japan “full of fight.”
Charles Leclerc has moved a step closer towards a possible F1 debut in 2018 with news that the Frenchman will contest four FP1 sessions this season.
Although Lewis Hamilton admits he has thought about retiring from F1 racing, the Brit says he plans to “keep going for as long as I can” as he enjoys the battle.
The FIA has announced changes to the points awarded in other series for drivers to qualify for a F1 superlicence with only Formula 2 and IndyCar offering the maximum points.
Jolyon Palmer is looking to end his Renault career on a high note, hopeful that a strong finish to this season will see him secure a place on next year’s grid.
After a “200 metre” Singapore Grand Prix, Max Verstappen is hoping for a better result when F1 heads to Malaysia.
Although Lewis Hamilton admits Mercedes’ weaknesses won’t be eradicated with the W08, he is hopeful that they will be come next year’s car.
Having signed with Renault for 2018, Eric Boullier believes it is only a matter of time before Fernando Alonso commits to McLaren.
Haas insist there is no favouritism within the team after Kevin Magnussen was unhappy about being told to move over for Romain Grosjean in Singapore.
Formula 1 teams should pay attention to new IndyCar champ Josef Newgarden such was his pace in 2017; that’s according to his rival Conor Daly.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has labelled the team’s three years with Honda as a “proper disaster” following the announcement of their divorce.