Why was the flying Finn slow at China?
Wet weather was the story of the day in Shanghai as Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez qualified in eighth and sixteenth places respectively for tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix
Daniel Riccardo 2nd with Sebastian Vettel behind and Lewis Hamilton in front.
Alonso clinched P5 in Q3, Raikkonen failed to make the cut to Q3 by just 13 thousandths of a second, got P11.
P6 for Massa and P7 for Bottas after a rain affected session in China.
Lewis Hamilton took pole position in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix this afternoon, with Nico Rosberg fourth after a challenging, wet qualifying session.
Sutil ended in 14th place, Gutierrez just 17th.
Jean-Eric Vergne went through all 3 segments while Daniil Kvyat couldn't get out of Q2.
Working on long runs programme and collecting so much needed for data for the race.
To celebrate the return of Formula 1 racing to China this weekend the McLaren Mercedes MP4-29 will feature a unique livery, with high profile SAP branding.
One top-ten and one DNF - results of the Chinese GP for Sauber F1 Team
Strong race for Vettel and total disappointment for Mark
Sahara Force India secured four championship points today as Paul Di Resta raced to eighth place at the Shanghai International Circuit. Adrian Sutil’s race ended early when he was hit from behind by Esteban Gutierrez.