Domingo, 24 Setiembre, 2017


Formula One: Daniel Ricciardo vows to bring back the 'shoey'

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Eloisa Felix | Setiembre 17, 2017, 16:48

Porsche's involvement would mean the team would simply change ownership and acquire proper works engine status.

The decision to split was reportedly attributed to the power unit supplied by Renault to Red Bull, which has been less competitive than that of its rivals Mercedes, and Ferrari.

This might have contributed to the recent deal that will be officially launched this weekend at the Grand Prix of Singapore, where McLaren will be supplied Renault engines in a bid to try to keep Fernando Alonso for a few more seasons, which looks like it's set to happen.

"I got a lot of negative feedback so I think it will have to stay, everyone wants it".

MAX VERSTAPPEN, Red Bull driver, on his priorities.

The drivers from Red Bull were tasked with opening a durian and eating the fruit.

Senna, the young upstart joining a team at the top of their game for the 1988 season, quickly gained the upper hand on then two-time champion Prost. However, although not confirmed yet, speculation suggests Renault could pull the plug next year - two years ahead of schedule.

The move will also work for the F1's new owners Liberty Media to have Porsche on board.

Vettel hinted at the Ferrari's potential speed when he briefly lit up the timing screens with the fastest first sector, but he aborted that lap after running into traffic and later nudging the wall.

He arrived in Southeast Asia just three points back in the standings behind Hamilton, who has been in rampant form, winning three of the last four grands prix.

Watch the Singapore GP LIVE on Sky Sports F1 this weekend. Red Bull's participation in F1 has been called it question several times. Porsche LMP Team engineers have been ordered to check the pre-development/concept of a high performance combustion engine.

In a not so surprising move, Renault announced Thursday that they will no longer be supplying Red Bull Racing their custom engines after the 2018 Formula One season. As a member of the FIA manufacturers' commission, Porsche is involved in the discussion about future power train strategies for F1 from 2021 onwards.

The pair collided twice during the race, with the second instance seeing Perez sustain a right-tyre puncture and Ocon a damaged front wing. It has also contributed S$1.4bn in tourism receipts to Singapore over the past decade and drawn over 450,000 international visitors, including projected arrivals for this year's race.