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Fri 24 Apr 2015
Marko: Ricciardo on Headline

Marko: Ricciardo on "same level" as Vettel

Helmut Marko insists that Red Bull isn't missing four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, and that Daniel Ricciardo has proved himself the equal of the German.

Thu 23 Apr 2015
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.

Tue 21 Apr 2015
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
Sun 19 Apr 2015
Hamilton wins in Bahrain as Raikkonen charges to secondHeadline

Hamilton wins in Bahrain as Raikkonen charges to second

Lewis Hamilton scored his third victory of the season in Bahrain, but Kimi Raikkonen was the star of the show for Ferrari, grabbing second from Nico Rosberg in the closing stages.

Sat 18 Apr 2015
Hamilton beats Vettel to Bahrain GP poleHeadline

Hamilton beats Vettel to Bahrain GP pole

Lewis Hamilton secured his fourth consecutive Formula 1 pole position as he beat Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel to first place in Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying.

Fri 17 Apr 2015
Wed 15 Apr 2015
Sun 12 Apr 2015
Hamilton cruises to Chinese GP victoryHeadline

Hamilton cruises to Chinese GP victory

Lewis Hamilton scored his second win of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship at Shanghai in China, leading from start to finish to extend his lead in the points race.

Sat 11 Apr 2015
Chinese GP: Provisional starting grid

Chinese GP: Provisional starting grid

The race starts tomorrow at 14:00 local time, with the Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on the front row ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.