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F1: Lauda fears Singapore GP repeat

F1: Lauda fears Singapore GP repeat

By Monday, October 5th 2015, 13:23 GMT Niki Lauda has expressed concerns the Russian Grand Prix could be a repeat of Singapore for Mercedes, which would put on hold the team's Formula 1 constructors title hopes. This weekend F1 returns to ..., 21 hours ago

Hamilton joins Senna with Japanese GP win: in pics

After the problems he experienced in Singapore, Lewis Hamilton was back on top form in Japan as he took a major step towards a third world title with a commanding victory at the Suzuka Circuit. Hamilton passed team-mate and pole-sitter Nico ...
 MSN UK1 week ago F1 Japanese GP: Hamilton cruises to victory  AutoX1 week ago 2015 Formula 1 Japanese GP: Hamilton equals Senna win record  Motorme.my1 week ago F1: Hamilton: Singapore slump no 'fluke'  Automnews.com1 week ago
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Grand Prix organisers eye tighter security measures after embarrassing track invasion

Expect higher fences next year. Fans of next year's Singapore Grand Prix (GP) might be greeted with higher fences and a gre Higher fences and an increased number of marshals will greet fans of next year's Singapore Grand Prix, after this year's ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Singapore Grand Prix Formula 1 track invader charged in court  Asiaone2 weeks ago CCTV footage shows sequence of events as man invades track during F1 Singapore GP  Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago 'Saw him taking a picture, hope it was in focus': ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

Singapore GP organisers studying plans to increase security after track invasion

Organisers of the Singapore Grand Prix are to consider increasing their security after a British spectator managed to invade the track in last Sunday's race. The man, who was detained by local police and later identified as 27-year-old Yogvitam ... week ago F1: Singapore GP plans security changes  Automnews.com1 week ago Tighter security for Singapore GP  IOL1 week ago Man charged for running onto F1 track  IAfrica.com1 week ago
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A grand piano for a good cause

SINGAPORE: Classical music radio station Symphony 92.4FM is putting up a piano designed by Steinway & Sons for auction, with proceeds going to the President's Challenge 2015. The President's Challenge supports close to 100 charity organisations ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 week ago
Channel NewsAsia

Singapore GP releases early-bird F1 tickets

SINGAPORE: Early-bird tickets for the 2016 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix were released for sale on Monday (Sep 28), a week after this year's race has ended. On Monday, Singapore GP said that fans can save up to 28 per cent off ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 week ago
Electric New Paper

Tighter security mooted for next year's Singapore GP

Singapore Grand Prix organisers are considering tighter security for next year's race, with higher fences and more marshals, after a man intruded on to the track during last weekend's Formula 1 event. The governing International Automobile ...
 Electric New Paper1 week ago Singapore GP plans tighter security after intruder (Reuters)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Singapore GP organiser plans tighter security after intruder  Malay Mail1 week ago Former F1 champ and McLaren's British driver Button set to retire?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Khaleej Times

Mercedes desperate for victory at Japanese GP

Mercedes go into Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix hoping to show that their baffling lack of pace in Singapore was just a one-off but Lewis Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg need some convincing. "I don't have any confidence. I don't have any ...
 Khaleej Times1 week ago Mercedes seeking reassurance at Japanese GP  Jordan Times1 week ago F1 analysis: Normal service restored for Mercedes in Japanese GP qualifying  Abu Dhabi National1 week ago
Channel NewsAsia

Haze Subsidy Scheme: More than 2,200 claims made

SINGAPORE: Many Singaporeans have been tapping on government subsidies to seek treatment for haze-related conditions. Since the scheme was activated last Wednesday, there have been more than 2,200 haze subsidy claims made at polyclinics. Minister ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 week ago Subsidies for haze-related conditions kick in  Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago

Hulk texts Massa to apologise

Felipe Massa has revealed Nico Hulkenberg texted him to apologise for their collision at last weekend's Singapore Grand Prix. The pair made contact at Turn Three as Massa exited the pit-lane, sending Hulkenberg into the barrier and out of the ...
 MSN UK1 week ago
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