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Pole winner Lewis Hamilton easily won Sunday's Formula One Singapore Grand Prix. The defending F1 champion led all but one of the auto race's 61 laps Sunday night. The McLaren driver won for the second time this season and the 11th time in his F1 career. He experienced some trouble with his car's Kinetic Energy Recovery System early in the race, but his crew fixed the power-boost system quickly after a radio conversation. The race was physically very tough for all the drivers, but it was...
The World Motor Sports Council has ordered Renault to answer charges of intentionally causing a crash at last year's Singapore Grand Prix. The ruling Friday by Formula One's governing body, FIA, said the move helped Spain's Fernando Alonso win the race. In a statement, the FIA said representatives from the French team have been told to appear before a special meeting Sept.
Renault says it has moved Romain Grosjean up a spot to the No.
Brazilian Formula One race car driver Nelson Piquet confirmed Monday he has been fired from the Renault team. Piquet said in a statement he attributed his situation to team principal Flavio Briatore.
Bernie Ecclestone, the head of Formula One, plans to introduce a revamped scoring system next season, the BBC reported. Ecclestone wants gold, silver and bronze medals given to the top three finishers. In the 2008 season, England's Lewis Hamilton beat Brazil's Felipe Massa, 98 points to 97. It's going to happen, Ecclestone told the BBC earlier this week.
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