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Tue 31 Mar 2015
Coulthard: Rosberg is showing “worrying signs”Headline

Coulthard: Rosberg is showing “worrying signs”

Former grand prix star-turned-TV commentator David Coulthard has spotted “worrying signs” from Mercedes ace Nico Rosberg, as the German bids for his first Formula 1 world title.

Ferrari victory “healthy for F1” – HornerHeadline

Ferrari victory “healthy for F1” – Horner

Despite Red Bull having a bad day in the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang, team boss Christian Horner still found time to pay tribute to his former world champion driver Sebastian Vettel.

Montezemolo says former Ferrari management deserves credit for winHeadline

Montezemolo says former Ferrari management deserves credit for win

Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo believes the team's former management deserves credit for Sebastian Vettel's victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Hamilton says new Mercedes deal imminentHeadline

Hamilton says new Mercedes deal imminent

Lewis Hamilton says his new contract with Mercedes should be signed this week, in a deal that could be worth nearly $40m a year, according to reports.

Mon 30 Mar 2015
Ferrari fears Mercedes backlash in ChinaHeadline

Ferrari fears Mercedes backlash in China

The Ferrari Formula 1 team is not expecting to continue with its winning form in next month's Chinese Grand Prix despite Sebastian Vettel's victory at Sepang.

Mercedes says it must up development paceHeadline

Mercedes says it must up development pace

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits he was surprised at how Ferrari caught up with his team in Malaysia, and says that his squad must now ramp up development in response to the threat from Maranello.

Hamilton Headline

Hamilton "not expecting" F1 defeat by Ferrari

Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he didn’t expect Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari to be so quick so soon, and that their Malaysian Grand Prix victory on Sunday took him by surprise.

Button claims McLaren front wing breakthroughHeadline

Button claims McLaren front wing breakthrough

Jenson Button believes that McLaren made a major step forward with the understanding of its MP4-30’s front wing just before he was forced to retire from Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix.

Sun 29 Mar 2015
Hamilton regrets F1 strategy decisionsHeadline

Hamilton regrets F1 strategy decisions

Lewis Hamilton believes he lost his chance to challenge Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel for victory in the Malaysian GP because he lost too much time after pitting his Mercedes under the safety car.

Verstappen sets F1 record for youngest points scorerHeadline

Verstappen sets F1 record for youngest points scorer

Toro Rosso’s rookie Max Verstappen finished seventh in Malaysia, setting a new record as the youngest F1 points scorer – one that looks likely to stand for all time given that the superlicence age will be set at 18 next year.

Lauda: “Vettel is not boring any more!”Headline

Lauda: “Vettel is not boring any more!”

Niki Lauda made no excuses as he said that Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel simply did a better job than Mercedes to win the Malaysian Grand Prix – and quipped that the German, who won four world titles with Red Bull, is "not boring any more!"

Raikkonen thinks conditions helped FerrariHeadline

Raikkonen thinks conditions helped Ferrari

Kimi Raikkonen believes the conditions may have flattered Ferrari in the Malaysian Grand Prix, but he reckons the Italian team is not too far behind Mercedes.

Rosberg angry over lack of informationHeadline

Rosberg angry over lack of information

Nico Rosberg is demanding answers from his Mercedes team at the lack of information he received during the Malaysian Grand Prix, in which he finished third.

Horner admits Toro Rosso Headline

Horner admits Toro Rosso "better" than Red Bull

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted that the junior team Toro Rosso “deserved” to finish ahead of them in today’s Malaysian Grand Prix.

Ferrari can Headline

Ferrari can "push on" after Vettel’s first victory

Ferrari’s first victory in two years could be the catalyst for a championship challenge, with technical chief James Allison hoping “we can push on from here”.

Wolff: Vettel win the Headline

Wolff: Vettel win the "wake-up call we needed”

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says that Sebastian Vettel's first win for Ferrari was "deserved" and that "perhaps it's the wake-up call we needed."