Singapore Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel got off with a reprimand but Red Bull were slapped with a 25,000 euros ($36,000) fine over the German's rubber-burning 'doughnuts' after sealing the world title in India.
Yeongam, South Korea Australians Mark Webber and Daniel Ricciardo will start alongside each other in Korean GP.
Chris Lines As his teammate Sebastian Vettel was drenched in champagne, Red Bull’s Mark Webber sat disconsolately in the garage and reflected upon yet another chapter in his story of extraordinary bad luck.
Matthew Clayton Daniel Ricciardo's first base in Europe and his latest locale are a world apart.
Matthew Clayton There's just 280 kilometres - less than a formula one grand prix distance - between the Italian town of Vidigulfo and Monaco, but Daniel Ricciardo's first base in Europe and his latest locale are a...
Three-time formula one world champion Sebastian Vettel says he will miss his Australian teammate Mark Webber when he retires at season's end.
Mark Webber is reportedly fuming after being punished by formula one stewards for hitching a ride back to pit lane on the side of Fernando Alonso's Ferrari at the end of Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel on Sunday said a travelling contingent of hardcore Ferrari fans were to blame for repeated booing as he was again heckled after dominating the Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner lashed out at the fans who continue to boo Formula One championship leader Sebastian Vettel and suggested they were hurting the young German's feelings.
Tony Wright Premier Denis Napthine, well known as a horse racing man but assuring all in earshot that he enjoyed all forms of sport, was backing Australia's Mark Webber at Sunday's Formula 1 Grand Prix, with an...
Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel set the early pace at the Singapore Grand Prix as he timed quickest in a damp first free practice session on Friday.
Mark Fogarty, Singapore Australian Daniel Ricciardo is hoping the flood-lit Singapore Grand Prix will shine a light on his future in formula one.
Talek Harris Mark Webber's title chances slipped as his Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel ignited his campaign for a third world crown when he emerged triumphant from an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel wins an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix ahead of McLaren driver Jenson Button.
Andrew Tate In the aftermath of Mark Webber’s disastrous Singapore Grand Prix, there was still one Australian smiling broadly — up and comer Daniel Ricciardo
Lewis Hamilton is to leave Formula One team McLaren and join Mercedes in a three-year deal worth $US100 million, British and German media reports said today.
The Red Bull racing team suspects static electricity from an underground train forced Mark Webber out of last Sunday's F1 Singapore Grand Prix, a report says.
Martin Parry Spain's Fernando Alonso has won his first race in a year at the Singapore Grand Prix, taking the chequered flag in a drama-filled inaugural night race.
Chris Lines McLaren's Lewis Hamilton established himself as the man to beat at the Singapore Grand Prix by setting the fastest time under the lights in Friday practice.
Jarno Trulli was slapped with a $US14,700 ($A18,000) fine at the Singapore Grand Prix for driving the wrong way around the circuit during opening practice.