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Vettel wins hectic Singapore GP

Sebastian Vettel on the track in Singapore. Credit: PA

Sebastian Vettel had to contend with a crazed track invader and two safety cars before claiming his third victory of the season at an incident-packed Singapore Grand Prix.

The Ferrari driver slashed the gap to Lewis Hamilton in the championship after the Briton suffered his first retirement of the year.

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo finished second with Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen completing the podium places. Nico Rosberg, Hamilton's closest rival in his quest for back-to-back titles, crossed the line in fourth.


Chris Evans sells rare Ferrari for record-breaking £3.8m

The rare 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series I is regarded as one of the 'most beautiful' convertibles ever built. Credit: SWNS

Radio star Chris Evans has sold his classic 1959 Ferrari for £3.8 million- breaking the world record auction price for the model.

The sports car was also the second most valuable car to be sold at the RM Auctions sale in Monaco over the weekend.

The rare Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Series I is considered to be one of the "most beautiful" convertibles ever built.

Despite being 55-years-old, the Ferrari has been driven just 50,000 miles. Credit: SWNS

Ex-Ferrari engineer Nigel Stepney killed in road accident

Nigel Stepney pictured in 2001. Credit: PA

A former Ferrari engineer who was sacked by the Formula One team after being accused of sabotage and leaking confidential data has been killed in a road accident, his family said tonight.

Ex-Ferrari technician Nigel Stepney was killed on the M20 near Ashford in Kent when he was struck by a lorry this morning. He was praised tonight by his family as "a wonderful partner and a hands-on dad".

The 56-year-old father found himself at the centre of a Formula One "spygate" scandal after being accused of sabotage and leaking confidential data to McLaren in 2007, and was sacked by the F1 team.

Hotel moves out MH370 families for Ferrari F1 team

Ferrari Formula One driver Fernando Alonso in last years Malaysian Grand Prix. Credit: REUTERS/Samsul Said

Relatives of passengers on the missing flight MH370 were told they had to leave a hotel because it was booked by the Ferrari Formula One racing team competing in the Malaysian Grand Prix.

F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone told NBC News the booking at the Cyberview Hotel in Kuala Lumpur would have been made long before the Malaysia Airlines jet disappeared two weeks ago.

He said: "I feel terribly, terribly sorry for these people. But it is up to the hotel. What would happen if you told somebody that they no longer had a booking? You would get sued, I’d imagine.”

In an email to the Daily News Autos a Ferrari representative also showed sympathy:

"We are deeply saddened by the unfolding of the events for the families of those missing on Malaysia Airlines flight

"We did not receive any request to change hotel from Cyberview nor were we made aware that some families were staying at this hotel. The reservation was made in May last year following the '13 Grand Prix."