Webber: Title on everyone's mind now
Mark Webber thinks Formula 1's main title contenders may now need to start knuckling down for long game tactics rather than going all-out with risky moves to try and win the championship.
McLaren: Singapore form a boost
McLaren believes it can come away from the Singapore Grand Prix feeling it has made a step forward with its car - despite seeing Ferrari and Red Bull Racing lock out the front row of the grid.
Massa concedes title hopes are over
Felipe Massa has conceded that his already slim title hopes are now effectively over after the gearbox problem that left him at the back of the grid for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Hamilton's hopes suffer major blowLewis Hamilton's world championship hopes suffered a major blow in the Singapore Grand Prix when he was forced out of the event after a collision with title rival Mark Webber.
Alonso holds off Vettel for vital win
Fernando Alonso has continued Ferrari's late charge for the 2010 world championship with a lights-to-flag victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.
[U]<font color='blue'>Singapore GP Race Results</font>[/U]
Pos Driver Team Time
1. Alonso Ferrari 1h57:53.579
2. Vettel Red Bull-Renault + 0.293
3. Webber Red Bull-Renault + 29.141
4. Button McLaren-Mercedes + 30.384
5. Rosberg Mercedes + 49.394
6. Barrichello Williams-Cosworth + 56.101
7. Kubica Renault + 1:26.559
8. Sutil Force India-Mercedes + 1:52.416
9. Hulkenberg Williams-Cosworth + 1:52.791
10. Massa Ferrari + 1:53.297
11. Petrov Renault + 1 lap
12. Alguersuari Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
13. Schumacher Mercedes + 1 lap
14. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari + 1 lap
15. Di Grassi Virgin-Cosworth + 2 laps
16. Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth + 3 laps
Fastest lap: Alonso, 1:47.976
Driver Team On lap
Glock Virgin-Cosworth 51
Heidfeld Sauber-Ferrari 35
Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes 34
Klien HRT-Cosworth 30
Kobayashi Sauber-Ferrari 29
Senna HRT-Cosworth 28
Trulli Lotus-Cosworth 26
Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes 1
World Championship Standings after Singapore GP
[U]<font color='red'>World Championship Standings</font>[/U]
1. Webber 202 1. Red Bull-Renault 383
2. Alonso 191 2. McLaren-Mercedes 359
3. Hamilton 182 3. Ferrari 316
4. Vettel 181 4. Mercedes 168
5. Button 177 5. Renault 133
6. Massa 125 6. Force India-Mercedes 62
7. Rosberg 122 7. Williams-Cosworth 57
8. Kubica 114 8. Sauber-Ferrari 27
9. Sutil 49 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 10
10. Schumacher 46
11. Barrichello 39
12. Kobayashi 21
13. Petrov 19
14. Hulkenberg 18
15. Liuzzi 13
16. Buemi 7
17. De la Rosa 6
18. Alguersuari 3
Ecclestone admits doubts about Korea
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has admitted there are doubts about whether the Korean Grand Prix will take place this year.
Vettel admits passing Alonso too risky
Sebastian Vettel has declared himself satisfied with second place in today's Singapore Grand Prix, claiming that it was better to secure a decent haul of points than risk losing everything in trying a move on Ferrari's Fernando Alonso for the win.
Alonso not writing off anyone yet
Fernando Alonso says he is not ruling out anyone from the championship fight despite the result of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Happy Webber welcomes third placeMark Webber declared himself very happy with third place at the Singapore Grand Prix after a strategy gamble paid off for the championship leader.
Hamilton not focusing on title anymore
Lewis Hamilton says he is not thinking specifically about the championship anymore following his retirement from the Singapore GP.
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