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  1. Hamilton on pole, Verstappen 2nd, Vettel 3rd
  2. Champion produces superb lap after early struggles
  3. Get involved #bbcf1

Live Reporting

By Michael Emons and Niamh Lewis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Get Involved #bbcf1

    Who are the most over-rated and under-rated drivers in F1 history?

    Our debate today is concerning those drivers that don't get the credit they deserve, and those that get too many accolades.

    So tell us...

    Who are the most over-rated and under-rated drivers in F1 history? Tell us your reasons why as well. Tweet us using #bbcf1 and we will stick your comments in this page.

  2. Wolff criticises Renault over Ocon U-turn

    Mercedes motorsport CEO Toto Wolff

    Renault have refused to comment on swingeing criticisms of their management from Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff.

    The Austrian said a team had gone back on their word to sign Mercedes-contracted Esteban Ocon, who looks like ending up without a seat next year. Wolff did not name Renault, but they are the team he was referring to.

    Wolff blamed "politics, hidden agendas and lies" for Ocon losing out on athe seat to Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo.

    He added, talking to Sky: "In July, (Ocon) had two offers on the table with contracts and it was just a case of choosing the right one and he ended up not having any any more because people just simply don't have the balls to stick to what they say.

    "But it is no problem, we have to sort it out with Esteban. He is a strong guy, he has been through difficult moments in his career and we will fix this one as well."

  3. Post update

    There was also some lively quotes from Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff, unhappy that Esteban Ocon, who is contracted to Mercedes, could miss out on a seat in F1 next year...

  4. Second session times

    Six teams represented in the top eight with Carlos Sainz, Romain Grosjean and Fernando Alonso all ahead of Sebastian Vettel, who only did 12 laps after slapping his Ferrari into the wall.

    Second session
  5. Session 2: Raikkonen fastest as Vettel hits wall

    Ferrari's Kimi Raikonnen

    Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen led Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes by just 0.011 seconds in second practice at the Singapore Grand Prix. Hamilton's title rival Sebastian Vettel was ninth after hitting the wall and damaging his car's right-rear corner.

    Vettel was one corner from the end of a lap that looked set to put him up with Raikkonen and Hamilton. The German was able to get the car back to the pits but the extent of the damage ended his session.

  6. First session times

    Red Bull first and second, Ferrari third and fourth but Mercedes were down in sixth and eighth, but never used the softest compounds - the hypersofts.

    First session
  7. Session 1: Ricciardo fastest as Leclerc hits wall

    Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo

    Daniel Ricciardo led Max Verstappen to a Red Bull one-two in first practice at the Singapore Grand Prix. Title leader Lewis Hamilton was only sixth quickest, 1.521 seconds off the pace, and 1.235secs behind title rival Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari in third.

    Hamilton is 30 points ahead of Vettel and is expecting a difficult weekend on a track that does not suit Mercedes. The session ended with Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari replacement Charles Leclerc crashing his Sauber into a wall.

  8. Post update

    If you missed yesterday's action let's start off with a quick look at what happened on Friday.

  9. Post update

    Hello. Hope you are all well.

    Thanks for joining us for the third practice session and then qualifying. We have radio commentary later on as well.

  10. Vettel's inner enemy

    "The biggest enemy is me."

    That's what Sebastian Vettel said on Thursday when asked about mistakes he has made this season as he and Lewis Hamilton both aim to win the world title for a fifth time.

    He did not have the best ending to yesterday's practice action as he clipped a wall, which hampered his running. Can he recover and get pole position today or will today be another masterclass in qualifying from Lewis Hamilton?

    Sebastian Vettel