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

Australia bids farewell to 'national treasure' Jack Brabham

Flags flew at half mast as hundreds of mourners gathered Wednesday to bid farewell to Formula One great Sir Jack Brabham at a state funeral where he was revered as "a national treasure". -AFP

Ricciardo wins drama-laden race to end Mercedes run

Ricciardo's win meant he has now beaten Vettel in the last five races. -AFP

Top F1 drivers call for softer tyres

Two-time champion Fernando Alonso of Ferrari complained about the tyres during the recent Monaco Grand Prix. -AFP

Formula One: Hamilton returns to circuit where it all began

According to Hamilton, his long friendship with Nico Rosberg has not been damaged seriously by their fall-out at the Monaco Grand Prix. -AFP

Red Bull keep Ferrari's Newey designs at bay

Red Bull team chief Christian Horner has made clear he is ready to rebuff any bids by Ferrari to lure design genius and technical director Adrian Newey to join the Italian team. -AFP

S'pore bike racer dies in Sepang after crashing into pit wall

A Singaporean died after crashing into a pit wall at the Sepang Circuit in Selangor, Malaysia yesterday. -Stomp

F1: Hamilton 'close to perfection', says Mansell

Hamilton will head to Barcelona for this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix on the back of three successive race wins. -AFP