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Rosberg tops Singapore Grand Prix first practice

Rosberg tops Singapore Grand Prix first practice

Johannesburg, Sept 18 : Nico Rosberg outpaced reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton to emerge as the fastest driver in the first practice session of the Singapore Grand Prix on Friday.

The German with his new power unit was 0.319 seconds quicker than his Mercedes team mate Hamilton, who maintains a 53-point lead over Rosberg in the drivers' championship standing after winning the Italian Grand Prix, Sport24 reported.

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo finished third ahead of four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel.

Malaysian driver Tan Eng Joo wins Force Gurkha RFC India for second time in a row

Malaysian driver Tan Eng Joo wins Force Gurkha RFC India for second time in a ro

Dona Paula (Goa), Aug.1 - Malaysian driver Tan Eng Joo (co-driver Tan Choon Hong) from the Force Motors Team has won the Rainforest Challenge (RFC) India 2015 with an overall score of 2163 points.

Tan won the week-long extremely tough competition after successfully completing 26 Special Stages (SS) and the Twilight Zone at the second edition of India's only international off-road motorsport event.

Fellow Malaysian driver Mervyn Lim (Hamizan Bin Abdul Hamid), also representing Force Motors, came second with 2095 points.

Hamilton dominates Shanghai tracks to outclass teammate Rosberg and win Chinese GP

Hamilton dominates Shanghai tracks to outclass teammate Rosberg and win Chinese

London, Apr 12 : Mercedes outclassed Ferrari as Lewis Hamilton dominated the Shanghai International Circuit to win the Chinese Grand Prix with his teammate Nico Rosberg coming in second, while Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen came in behind them.

The British world champion drove with pace in hand, unleashing his potential only when needed around the pit stops, to beat teammate Rosberg, while four-time world champion Vettel, who moved to Ferrari from Red Bull this year, came in third.

Hamilton blames Merc's 'poor tyre strategy, confusing radio communication' for Malaysian GP loss

Hamilton blames Merc's 'poor tyre strategy, confusing radio communication' for M

London, Mar 30 : Formula One defending champion Lewis Hamilton has put the blame on Mercedes' poor tyre strategy and confusing radio communication for his failure to beat Sebastian Vettel and win the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Hamilton had to settle for second place behind Ferrari's Vettel after winning the season opener in Australia.

Hamilton claimed that it felt like the race was lost at the first stop, insisting that they were a little bit quicker than Ferrari through some stints but claimed that it was too big a gap to close up, the BBC reported.

Malaysian Grand Prix: Force India miss Q3

Malaysian Grand Prix: Force India miss Q3

Sepang: Sahara Force India's Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez were 13th and 14th fastest in a wet qualifying at the Formula 1 Malaysian Grand Prix here on Saturday.

It was the second time in a row that either Force India failed to make Q3.

However, the team can hope for some points tomorrow as it had secured a double points finish at the season opener in Melbourne with Hulkenberg and Perez finishing seventh and 10th from 14th and 15th on the grid.

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