Vettel wants Red Bull to gain momentum
Sebastian Vettel wants Red Bull to use his Singapore Grand Prix victory to build momentum in the championship battle.
Hamilton gutted to miss out on 'easy win'
Lewis Hamilton felt he missed out on an easy win at the Singapore Grand Prix after his gearbox failed while he was leading the race.
Button rues soft tyre pace
Jenson Button cited a poor balance on the soft tyre for his inability to challenge Sebastian Vettel for victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Alonso delighted with damage limitation
Fernando Alonso said his third place finish at the Singapore Grand Prix was a better result than he had hoped for going into the weekend.
Force India able to challenge bigger teams - Di Resta
Paul di Resta believes his fourth place in the Singapore Grand Prix is proof that Force India can challenge the bigger teams in Formula One.
Lotus needs improvement in Japan - Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen says Lotus needs its updates to bring an improvement over the next few races if he is to continue to fight for the championship over the remainder of the season.
Fifth an unexpected bonus for Rosberg
Nico Rosberg admitted that he didn't expect to be able to finish in fifth place in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Massa rues missed opportunity
Felipe Massa believes he would have had "a great race" if he hadn't sustained a puncture on the first lap of the Singapore Grand Prix.
No action taken against Vettel over safety car incident
The stewards of the Singapore Grand Prix have decided not to take any action against race winner Sebastian Vettel after an investigation into his driving behind the safety car.
Schumacher hit with 10-place grid penalty for Vergne crash
Michael Schumacher has been given a ten-place grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix after causing a hefty collision with Jean-Eric Vergne in Singapore.
Webber penalised 20 seconds for Kobayashi incident
Mark Webber has been handed a 20-second time penalty after the Singapore Grand Prix for gaining an illegal advantage when overtaking Kamui Kobayashi.
World Championship Standings after Webber's Penalty in Singapore GP:
<font color='#0000ff'><font face='courier new'>[U]World Championship Standings[/U]</font></font>
<font color='#ff0000'>Drivers: Constructors: </font>
1. Alonso 194 1. Red Bull-Renault 297
2. Vettel 165 2. McLaren-Mercedes 261
3. Raikkonen 149 3. Ferrari 245
4. Hamilton 142 4. Lotus-Renault 231
5. Webber 132 5. Mercedes 136
6. Button 119 6. Sauber-Ferrari 101
7. Rosberg 93 7. Force India-Mercedes 75
8. Grosjean 82 8. Williams-Renault 54
9. Perez 66 9. Toro Rosso-Ferrari 14
10. Massa 51
11. Di Resta 44
12. Schumacher 43
13. Kobayashi 35
14. Hulkenberg 31
15. Maldonado 29
16. Senna 25
17. Vergne 8
18. Ricciardo 6
Schumacher puzzled by cause of crash
Michael Schumacher said that he didn't know what had caused his crash into the back of Jean Eric-Vergne's Toro Rosso in the Singapore Grand Prix, and insisted that something had gone wrong with the brakes.
Vergne not angry with Schumacher
Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne insists that he's not angry with Michael Schumacher, despite being rear-ended by the Mercedes during the Singapore Grand Prix.
Perez falls short on frustrating day for Sauber
Sergio Perez: For us this was a difficult weekend, we were struggling a lot and we never had the pace.I had some good battles but it was too difficult for me to overtake.
Vettel dedicates win in memory of Prof Sid Watkins
Sebastian Vettel dedicated his flawless race victory in Singapore to the memory of Professor Sid Watkins, the pioneer of medical safety in F1 and motorsport around the globe.