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Thu 23 Apr 2015
Vettel named ADAC Formula 4 patronHeadline

Vettel named ADAC Formula 4 patron

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel has become a patron of this year's German Formula 4 series, where the son of his close friend Michael Schumacher will compete.

Wed 22 Apr 2015
Kvyat hopes Bahrain is 2015 turning pointHeadline

Kvyat hopes Bahrain is 2015 turning point

Daniil Kvyat is hopeful the Bahrain Grand Prix will be a turning point for his Formula 1 season after having what he labelled as the first "clean" race of 2015.

The season is still very long - RosbergHeadline

The season is still very long - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg isn't ready to give up on winning this year's Formula 1 title yet, despite having been beaten at all four Grands Prix so far in 2015 by Lewis Hamilton.

Bottas: Upgrades should bring Williams closer to paceHeadline

Bottas: Upgrades should bring Williams closer to pace

Valtteri Bottas believes that Williams is making inroads into pacesetters Mercedes and Ferrari, having proved itself to be Formula 1’s third-quickest team.

Tue 21 Apr 2015
Mercedes says Ferrari challenge good for F1 Headline

Mercedes says Ferrari challenge good for F1

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says the recent close races between Mercedes and Ferrari have been good for Formula 1, and have served to keep Bernie Ecclestone happy.

Horner: Bahrain charge will boost KvyatHeadline

Horner: Bahrain charge will boost Kvyat

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says that Daniil Kvyat's drive from 17th to ninth place in Bahrain will serve as a big confidence boost for the under-pressure Russian.

Mon 20 Apr 2015
Vettel focused on pressuring Mercedes, not fifth titleHeadline

Vettel focused on pressuring Mercedes, not fifth title

Sebastian Vettel insists that he's not thinking about a championship challenge – and is focusing instead on short-term efforts to make Ferrari more competitive and push Mercedes harder.

Ferrari doesn't want Raikkonen Headline

Ferrari doesn't want Raikkonen "to fall asleep"

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene is not in a hurry to extend Kimi Raikkonen's contract, and has made it clear that he sees that as source of motivation for the Finn.

Set-up changes caused Mercedes' brake issuesHeadline

Set-up changes caused Mercedes' brake issues

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that the changes the team made to its car's set-up on Friday in Bahrain contributed to the brake issues suffered by both drivers during the race.

Arrivabene rues missed double podiumHeadline

Arrivabene rues missed double podium

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says both his drivers would have finished on the podium in Bahrain had Sebastian Vettel's race not been compromised by mistakes.