Dr M: Formula E race good branding for Malaysia

Any event that promotes Malaysia internationally is good, says the former Prime Minister. -The Star/ANN

Drivers roar past holy sites in Jerusalem F1 roadshow

In the non-competition showcase, cars sped outside the walls of Jerusalem's Old City for the 2nd annual Jerusalem Formula One Road Show. -AFP

F1: Hamilton wins wet Japanese Grand Prix

Britain's Lewis Hamilton won a wet Japanese Formula One Grand Prix on Sunday to extend his championship lead over Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg. -Reuters

F1: Hamilton pips Rosberg for pole in Singapore

Hamilton claimed his 6th pole of the season by a mere .007 seconds from championship leader Rosberg. -AFP

F1: Alonso tops the times in third practice

The 2-time former champion demonstrated that on a street circuit he can deliver performances beyond the expected potential of his car. -AFP

Motor racing: Alonso lifts Ferrari gloom in Singapore practice

Fernando Alonso gave his embattled Ferrari team some welcome cheer by clocking the fastest time in first free practice for the Singapore Grand Prix. -Reuters

Motor racing: Formula One revises radio ban after team talks

Formula One's governing body has postponed the bulk of a ban on radio and pit board messages until next season. -Reuters

Motor racing: Caterham keep Kobayashi for Singapore

Japanese Formula One driver Kamui Kobayashi has kept his Caterham seat for Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix despite lingering uncertainty about his future at the struggling team. -Reuters

Ferrari chairman quits to leave Fiat's Marchionne in driving seat

Montezemolo's relationship with Marchionne is said to have soured in recent years. -Reuters

NASCAR racer Tony Stewart hits, kills driver: Reports

He first knocked the victim's car out of a race, and struck the driver when he left his car to confront the NASCAR champion on the dirt track. -AFP

Fernandes sells Caterham team and quits F1

The team announced in a statement ahead of Sunday's British Grand Prix that they would continue to race as Caterham. -Reuters

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