Lewis Hamilton understands Charles Leclerc’s frustration after Ferrari cost him a chance to win in Singapore, but says: “you’ve got to just remember your position”.
Charles Leclerc says there was “absolutely no need” for his radio messages after losing his lead to Sebastian Vettel during the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says he understands his Charles Leclerc’s disappointed radio messages after Ferrari’s strategy cost his team mate the lead of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
How did Ferrari end up handing victory in the Singapore Grand Prix from one driver to another? Read the full transcript of their radio messages.
Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly and Kevin Magnussen were RaceFans’s Star Performers of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff admitted they were “angry” over their defeat to Ferrari in Singapore, which he put down to their rival’s set-up approach.
Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari’s car “works really well everywhere now” and Mercedes will have to out-smart them to beat them.
Ferrari came first in the Singapore Grand Prix after Charles Leclerc was surprised by his team’s strategy for Sebastian Vettel.
FIA race director Michael Masi will not relax the rules on disqualifying drivers for technical infringements following Daniel Ricciardo’s anger over his penalty in Singapore.
Ferrari scored their first hat-trick of wins since 2008, while Alfa Romeo became the first ‘class B’ team to lead a race for four years.
Radio messages show Charles Leclerc was unaware he was at risk of losing his lead because Ferrari did not warn him they had pitted Sebastian Vettel’s car.
Mercedes instructed Valtteri Bottas to slow down in order to hold up Alexander Albon, team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed.
Will Robert Kubica find a place on the F1 grid in 2020? Dieter Rencken picks up rumours about the soon-to-be ex-Williams driver’s future in the Singapore paddock.
Lewis Hamilton says he doesn’t understand why Charles Leclerc didn’t speed up earlier before Sebastian Vettel jumped ahead of them.
Charles Leclerc said a radio message from Ferrari gave him hope they would give him back the lead of the Singapore Grand Prix after he lost it to his team mate when he pitted.
Mercedes admitted it was “upsetting” to miss out on a chance to win in Singapore after getting Lewis Hamilton’s strategy wrong.
Kevin Magnussen has revealed his Singapore Grand Prix was spoiled by a plastic bag which became attached to his front wing.
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Sebastian Vettel’s race-winning early pit stop allowed him to gain four seconds on his team mate Charles Leclerc.