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Fernando Alonso · Singapore
Sainz wins Singapore Grand Prix as Verstappen and Red Bull’s streaks end
Carlos Sainz Jr. won the Singapore Grand Prix for Ferrari on Sunday as Max Verstappen and Red Bull’s historic win streaks in Formula One came to an end. Red Bull had dreamed of winning every race this year but had Verstappen fifth and Perez eighth after struggling all weekend in Singapore.See the Story
46% Left coverage: 74 sources
Europe · England
Oscar Piastri: McLaren extend Australian rookie's contract until end of 2026
McLaren have extended their contract with Australian rookie Oscar Piastri until the end of 2026.The 22-year-old has impressed alongside British team-mate Lando Norris this season with performances that suggest he could be a star of the future.See the Story
Coverage: 23 sources
Motorsport · Helena
In pictures: An action-filled weekend of the 2023 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix
The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix returned to the Marina Bay Street Circuit for the 14th time this year. Carlos Sainz of Ferrari won a thrilling race on Sunday (Sep 17) to cap off the action, which drew a total of 264,108 spectators. Through the lens of CNA's visual journalists, we take you back through a weekend of adrenalin-filled action.See the Story
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How Red Bull charged to another F1 constructors’ title
Red Bull won their sixth World Championship for Constructors (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2022, 2023) in great style. Max Verstappen won an incredible 15 of the races, team-mate Sergio Perez the other two. Red Bull needed only to outscore Mercedes by a single point. Ferrari had to score 24 more than Red Bull to prolong the battle.See the Story
Verstappen dominates for Japanese GP victory
Max Verstappen and Red Bull returned to winning ways in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix after surviving a dramatic first lap and pulling comfortably clear of McLaren pair Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri, confirming another constructors’ title for the Milton Keynes team.See the Story
ANALYSIS: Why AlphaTauri have opted for experience with 2024 line-up | Formula 1®
Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo will race for AlphaTauri in 2024. The Japanese driver has been rewarded for a consistent season. The Australian is expected to return to Red Bull in the near future. Red Bull are currently in talks with several companies about naming a new sponsor.See the Story
Tsunoda jokes AlphaTauri need ‘three seats’ in 2024
Yuki Tsunoda has raced in F1 with AlphaTauri since the 2021 season. The Japanese driver is in a three-way tussle with Daniel Ricciardo and Liam Lawson for two seats at the Japanese team for 2024. The 21-year-old New Zealander impressed with a run to ninth at the Singapore Grand Prix.See the Story
Max Verstappen · Singapore
Verstappen names key threat for Red Bull in Suzuka
Max Verstappen 'not worried' that Red Bull's Singapore problems will continue at Suzuka. Red Bull had won the first 14 races of the season on the bounce up until that point. The Dutchman named a surprise team that he expected to cause Red Bull some headaches in Japan.See the Story