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Formula 1 Ferrari denies its win chances are now over for 2019 Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto is adamant his team will still have more chances to win in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season, despite the last two tracks having clearly favoured his cars

Autosport Plus Why 'tiebreak' desire is driving F1's new format plans When excitement peaks towards the end of a sporting event, rather than the beginning or the middle, people remember it more fondly. PAT SYMONDS explains how Formula 1 is evaluating format changes to exploit 'peak-end effect'

DTM Audi admits to DTM talks with Kubica's management Audi motorsport boss Dieter Gass admits he has held discussions with the management of Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica about racing in the DTM

Autosport Plus F1's Netflix star answers your questions Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has earned Netflix notoriety for his no-nonsense approach, even spawning a spoof Twitter account (he's a fan of it by the way), but would he be so typically forthright when answering readers' questions - on managing difficult drivers, his favourite swear words and his closest friend in the Formula 1 paddock?

IMSA Montoya/Cameron bolster IMSA lead ahead of decider Juan Pablo Montoya moved closer to his first title since his 1999 CART crown as he and Acura Penske team-mate Dane Cameron won the Laguna Seca IMSA SportsCar Championship round

MotoGP Lorenzo: I was worse than I expected at Misano Honda MotoGP rider Jorge Lorenzo admits his pace in the San Marino Grand Prix at Misano, his second race back from injury, was "worse than I expected"

BTCC Podcast: Tales from both ends of the Super Touring grid Fascinating tales from the British Touring Car Championship fill the latest Autosport Podcast as 1992 champion Tim Harvey joins Edd Straw and Kevin Turner

Promoted: The most important motorsport company you've never heard of In the first of two videos, we visit AVL RACING to find out how its mantra is making a difference in motorsport

F1 pace for a fraction of the cost - Remembering F5000 The Autosport Podcast celebrates a classic racing category

Why the original Haas F1 team failed Big names, major backers and a works engine - but a rapid demise

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  • Circuit: Marina Bay
  • Race: 61 laps / 308.706 km
Italy / 8 Sep
Pos Driver Team
1 Leclerc Ferrari
2 Bottas Mercedes
3 Hamilton Mercedes
4 Ricciardo Renault
5 Hulkenberg Renault
6 Albon Red Bull/Honda
7 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
8 Verstappen Red Bull/Honda
9 Giovinazzi Alfa Romeo/Ferrari
10 Norris McLaren/Renault
Standings / After 14 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 284
2 Valtteri Bottas 221
3 Max Verstappen 185
4 Charles Leclerc 182
5 Sebastian Vettel 169
6 Pierre Gasly 65
7 Carlos Sainz Jr. 58
8 Daniel Ricciardo 34
9 Alexander Albon 34
10 Daniil Kvyat 33
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F1 RacingWhy 'tiebreak' desire is driving F1's new format plans When excitement peaks towards the end of a sporting event, rather than the beginning or the middle, people remember it more fondly. PAT SYMONDS explains how Formula 1 is evaluating format changes to exploit 'peak-end effect' 1568592000 F1

F1 RacingF1's Netflix star answers your questions Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has earned Netflix notoriety for his no-nonsense approach, even spawning a spoof Twitter account (he's a fan of it by the way), but would he be so typically forthright when answering readers' questions - on managing difficult drivers, his favourite swear words and his closest friend in the Formula 1 paddock? 1568505600 F1

RetrospectiveMontoya's memories of a lost rival and rising star Twenty years ago this week, rising star Gonzalo Rodriguez lost his life at Laguna Seca just as he was on the cusp of a career breakthrough having secured a top Indycar drive. His friend and rival Juan Pablo Montoya remembers him 1568419200 F1

F1 RacingThe tragedy of F1's penniless millionaire Piers Courage hailed from a privileged background but would happily sleep in the back of a car while touring Europe in search of racing success in Formula 1, writes NIGEL ROEBUCK 1568419200 F1

Scott MitchellHow F1's most nomadic champion ended up in Sweden Jacques Villeneuve's 2019 includes a typically eclectic mix of outings in Euro NASCAR, Italian GT and Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia. But, as the 1997 Formula 1 world champion explains, there's more to it than a cheque waiting at the end of a weekend 1568332800 F1

Jack BenyonHas Honda found Japan's first F1 race winner? Honda has long placed its support behind young Japanese Formula 1 hopefuls, but it has yet to produce a race-winner. Now tied up with Red Bull and, with a new star emerging, it could have its best chance yet to end its drought 1568332800 F3

FE at 5FE turns five - The milestone moments of its first steps As Formula E celebrates the fifth anniversary of its first race, we delve into the Autosport archive to revisit our writers' first impressions of its maiden events back in 2014 1568332800 FE

F1 RacingWhy Formula 1 needs Haas to succeed Formula 1's newest team has had a chaotic 2019 season - but the championship needs it to get its act together to demonstrate that motor racing's top level isn't a closed shop, says EDD STRAW 1568332800 F1

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