Lewis Hamilton is looking for another pole position in SingaporeDaniel Ricciardo put on a dazzling display under the floodlights to go fastest ahead of team mate Max Verstappen, as Red Bull laid down a marker on the opening day of Singapore Grand Prix practice on Friday. The Australian, who had also gone fastest during Friday's opening 90-minute session with a record lap time, ended the day with an even quicker one minute 40.852 second lap in the evening.
Arsenal ace Alexis Sanchez would get into Chelsea's team, says Charlie NicholasThe pundit also thinks Alexandre Lacazette would be in any combined XI from the two sides. Chelsea welcome Arsenal to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League tomorrow afternoon. “I know Merse (Paul Merson) went with (just) Sanchez, I’m not far off from agreeing with that,” Nicholas said on Sky Sports. “I’m struggling, Lacazette, Morata’s just come into the team so I think there could be a competition for that.
Lewis Hamilton could only manage fifth in qualifying for the Singapore Grand PrixThe Ferrari driver took pole position while the world championship leader had to make do with fifth on the grid. Red Bull were impressive with Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo taking second and third respectively. Kimi Raikkonen in the second Ferrari secured fourth place on the grid for the Singapore Grand Prix. Hamilton said: “We knew coming here it would be difficult.
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