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Radio Ga Ga shows the FIA's clampdown on radio chatter did not stop a Romain Grosjean meltdown and F1's bright young things vocally suffering through the Singapore heat
F1 photographer Mark Sutton talks ESPN through his six favourite shots from the Singapore Grand Prix for Life Through a Lens
With Lewis Hamilton taking his seventh win of 2014 and the championship lead in Singapore ESPN's Final Stint looks at what his current vein of form means for Nico Rosberg
- Lack of grip on old tyres meant he couldn't get close enough
- Struggled from safety car period onwards
- 'It was the hardest-earned point we ever had'
- Felt positive despite fears about second safety car period
- Stormed from 11th to sixth in closing laps
This event can trace its origins back to 1961, when as a non-championship race was held known as the Orient Year Grand Prix, before being renamed the Malaysian Grand Prix the following year. When Singapore gained independence in 1965 the event at the Thomson Road circuit was renamed the Singapore Grand Prix. The event ran until 1973 but was axed after fatal accidents in the 1972 and 1973 races. The huge increase in oil prices due to the Suez Crisis may have also been a contributing factor.More »