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After Singapore
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton 281
2 Sebastian Vettel 241
3 Kimi Räikkönen 174
4 Valtteri Bottas 171
5 Max Verstappen 148
6 Daniel Ricciardo 126
7 Nico Hulkenberg 53
8 Fernando Alonso 50
9 Kevin Magnussen 49
10 Sergio Perez 46
11 Esteban Ocon 45
12 Carlos Sainz 38
13 Pierre Gasly 28
14 Romain Grosjean 27
15 Charles Leclerc 15
16 Stoffel Vandoorne 8
17 Lance Stroll 6
18 Marcus Ericsson 6
19 Brendon Hartley 2
20 Sergey Sirotkin 1

Constructors' Standings
1 Mercedes 415
2 Ferrari 390
3 Red Bull 248
4 Renault 86
5 Haas Ferrari 76
6 McLaren Renault 52
7 Force India Mercedes 32
8 Toro Rosso Honda 30
9 Sauber Ferrari 19
10 Williams Mercedes 7

Latest F1 News and Commentary

Singapore GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Finishers
1st - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2nd - Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
3rd - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Hamilton buries Verstappen and Vettel in Singapore
  No beating Hamilton in an Aldo Costa designed car
An Aldo Costa designed car coupled with the skills of Lewis Hamilton is simply unbeatable and that was no more evident in Singapore this weekend where Hamilton buried the competition and almost ensured himself and Mercedes the 2018 F1 title.  Max Verstappen tried hard but had to settle for a distant second and Sebastian Vettel and his inferior Ferrari were a whopping 39 seconds behind. Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen rounded out the top-5.
Hamilton flies to pole in Singapore
  Puts up unbeatable lap
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, out to seal the deal on the title over Sebastian Vettel, put up a sensational lap of 1m36.015s in the Aldo Costa designed Mercedes to win pole for the Singapore GP. Hamilton's lap was so fast the Ferraris were over 6/10ths slower and out to lunch. Max Verstappen was 2nd quick 3/10ths behind Hamilton with Vettel 0.613s behind the Mercedes ace. Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen rounded out the top-5.
Singapore GP: Friday Press Conference
  Team Representatives
Maurizio Arrivabene - Ferrari
Gil de Ferran - McLaren
Guenther Steiner - Haas
Frederic Vasseur - Sauber
Singapore GP Thursday Press Conference
  Four Drivers
Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Kevin MAGNUSSEN (Haas)
Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso)
Human Performance in Formula One
  How Mercedes keeps team members fit
With 21 races, the 2018 season is one of the longest Formula One seasons ever. This year's calendar has also featured the first ever triple-header in F1 history. Such a long season can make it quite challenging for teams to keep energy levels up and fight fatigue. Therefore, teams do a lot to keep their members fit and healthy.  Energy levels depend on a number of different factors and the importance of those factors varies from person to person.
IndyCar must adopt Halo for 75% of its tracks
  by Mark C.
The FIA has deemed the IndyCar windscreen largely ineffective, and calls the Halo used in F1, F2 and F3 superior. What is most important is driver safety. The fact that the Halo unbolts from the car, so it can be replaced if damaged, means that except for Texas, Iowa, Gateway and Pocono, which have fairly high banking, the Halo can be used by IndyCar at 75% of its venues, and the windscreen at the 4 remaining venues.
Italian GP Post-Race Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
3 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
Scenes from the Italian GP - Sunday
  by Federico Basile
Kimi Raikkonen’s second place was not enough to make up for the disappointment for the Ferrari fans in a race that could have delivered so much more for Scuderia Ferrari. The team was put on the back foot after a first lap collision left Vettel with a damaged car and Lewis Hamilton another win in the Italian GP at Monza
Hamilton defeats Ferraris to win Italian GP
  Raikkonen nurses tires home to 2nd
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton survived a clash with Sebastian Vettel on lap one and then Mercedes outfoxed Ferrari on tire strategy that allowed Hamilton to pass Kimi Raikkonen for the lead and the win of the Italian GP at Monza. Sebastian Vettel spun on lap 1 when he and Hamilton touched and came back from the back to finish 4th behind Valtteri Bottas. Max Verstappen rounded out the top-5.
Scenes from the Italian GP - Saturday
  by Federico Basile
A cheering crowd saluted Scuderia Ferrari’s qualifying lock-out of the front row of the grid for tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix-our home race. Kimi Raikkonen secured his 18th career pole position at an average speed of 263.587Kph, which sets a new all-time record for Formula One cars, improving on Juan-Pablo Montoya’s previous record time from 2004. Seb Vettel came in second just 0.161 seconds slower than his teammate
Italian GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
1 - Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
2 - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
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