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Formula 1 Raikkonen's manager explains Sauber move Kimi Raikkonen's manager Steve Robertson says the Finn is fully motivated to race for Sauber next season, and had no intention of retiring from Formula 1 had Ferrari dropped him

Autosport Plus Ask Gary: Does Leclerc deal mean Ferrari's losing faith in Vettel? Could the Ferrari scenario end up like Vettel's final year at Red Bull? Could one single personnel change make a team like Sauber a podium contender? What's the deal with Ferrari's camera device? Our technical expert answers these questions and more

Autosport Plus Why third cars are being touted as F1's salvation Formula 1's on-off flirtation with the idea of third cars is back on. One driver who is unlikely to be partnered with a 2019 seat highlights an issue that's stopping young talent breaking through - but fixing that will require fundamental change

Formula 1 Perez was never serious about McLaren despite talks Sergio Perez says he talked to McLaren about a Formula 1 drive next season, but never seriously considered returning to the team that dropped him in 2013

Formula 3 Ticktum queries 'interesting' Schumacher F3 surge Red Bull protege Dan Ticktum has expressed doubts about Formula 3 European Championship title rival Mick Schumacher's recent upturn in form, but denied he is suggesting any illegality

Other New series wants to earn 'Australian IndyCar' status The new S5000 series is hoping to become an Australian version of IndyCar or Super Formula, according to series creator Chris Lambden

MotoGP Honda had to expect Marquez and Lorenzo to clash The incident between Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez at the Aragon Grand Prix foreshadows the kind of tense atmosphere that could exist at the Honda MotoGP team in 2019

Can Christian Horner drive an Aston Martin on two wheels? Watch the Red Bull boss turn attempted stuntman, and support the Grand Prix Trust

Promoted: How deep sleep keeps Mercedes F1 on top As F1 moves on from Singapore, we learn about one of the secret weapons keeping Mercedes one step ahead

Alonso leaps up to third in your driver ratings McLaren driver Alonso makes up four places in Autosport readers' F1 driver ratings following the Singapore Grand Prix

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Pos Driver Team
1 Hamilton Mercedes
2 Verstappen Red Bull/Renault
3 Vettel Ferrari
4 Bottas Mercedes
5 Raikkonen Ferrari
6 Ricciardo Red Bull/Renault
7 Alonso McLaren/Renault
8 Sainz Renault
9 Leclerc Sauber/Ferrari
10 Hulkenberg Renault
Standings / After 15 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 281
2 Sebastian Vettel 241
3 Kimi Raikkonen 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

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Ask GaryDoes Leclerc deal mean Ferrari is losing faith in Vettel? Could the Ferrari scenario end up like Vettel's final year at Red Bull? Could one single personnel change make a team like Sauber a podium contender? What's the deal with Ferrari's camera device? Our technical expert answers these questions and more 1537747200 F1

Adam CooperWhy third cars are being touted as F1's salvation Formula 1's on-off flirtation with the idea of third cars is back on. One driver who is unlikely to be partnered with a 2019 seat highlights an issue that's stopping young talent breaking through - but fixing that will require fundamental change 1537747200 F1

F1 RacingThe F1 perfectionist who pushed too soon Formula 1's carbonfibre pioneer was a legendarily tough cookie, known as the 'Prince of Darkness' (at McLaren) and the 'Godalming Scud' (at Benetton). Has time mellowed the father of some of F1's most beautiful cars? Asks STUART CODLING 1537660800 F1

F1 RacingHow to make F1 strategies interesting The FIA has asked tyre companies to submit a tender application to supply Formula 1 rubber from the 2020 season, with 18" coming in 2021. PAT SYMONDS asks if alongside the new tyres, steps need to be brought in to make sure future race strategies are varied and interesting 1537574400 F1

David EvansHow a WRC rebel is becoming a title favourite Ott Tanak has gone from being repeatedly dropped and swearing at M-Sport to leading Toyota's World Rally Championship charge. It's already a remarkable story, and it could have a spectacular ending 1537488000 WRC

Scott MitchellThe F1 outcast who became a surprise star in 2018 One of the stars of the 2018 Formula 1 season is a man not even on the grid anymore, but who has revelled in a surprise new role after being abruptly jettisoned by his team last year 1537488000 F1

RetrospectiveLola's 10 greatest cars Choosing highlights from six decades of Lola success was a tricky task, but here are Autosport's pick of the marque's finest cars - including test drives of the top three 1537401600 Other

Jonathan NobleHow Ferrari became its own worst enemy Ferrari lashed out after its Singapore defeat, but it's obvious that it only has itself to blame for the way it's losing grip on the 2018 season 1537401600 F1

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