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Valentino Rossi: Italian back in action 18 days after double leg fracture

Valentino Rossi won the Dutch TT in June



Nine-time MotoGP champion Valentino Rossi has returned to action 18 days after suffering a double leg fracture in a training accident.

The Italian, 38, will decide on Wednesday whether to compete at the Aragon Grand Prix in Spain.

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Singapore Grand Prix: Max Verstappen blames Sebastian Vettel for crash

The crash cost Vettel valuable points in the title race



Red Bull's Max Verstappen blamed Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel for the first-lap crash which took three cars out of the Singapore Grand Prix.

The Dutchman and the German came together with Vettel's team-mate Kimi Raikkonen off the start line.

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Lewis Hamilton wins in Singapore after Ferrari crash



It was the first time Ferrari have retired both cars on the first lap, ever



Lewis Hamilton drove a masterful race to win the Singapore Grand Prix and take a stranglehold on the title as rival Sebastian Vettel crashed out.

Hamilton, who started fifth after struggling in qualifying, was leading within four corners after Vettel collided with Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen at the start.

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Singapore Grand Prix: Circuit to host race until at least 2021

 
The Singapore Grand Prix made its debut in 2008



Singapore will host a grand prix until at least 2021 after signing a new contract with Formula 1.

The night race around the streets of the south-east Asian city state made its debut in 2008 and has become one of the blue riband events of the season.

Read more: Singapore Grand Prix: Circuit to host race until at least 2021

McLaren-Honda split after three years of troubled partnership

McLaren-Honda won four consecutive drivers' and constructors' championships from 1988-91. Their renewed partnership was not so successful



McLaren are to split with engine partner Honda at the end of the season just three years into their troubled partnership.

It follows consistently poor performance and reliability from Honda's engines since the two joined forces for the 2015 season.

Read more: McLaren-Honda split after three years of troubled partnership


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