Australian GP (2017)
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Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner admits he was "annoyed" to be leaving the first race of F1 2017 empty-handed after the team had scored its best-ever qualifying result.
In his first column of the 2017 Formula 1 season, Williams driver Felipe Massa recounts his first race since postponing his retirement - and talks about the state of play among the sport's frontrunners.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the team was “very surprised” with the quality of last-minute debutant Antonio Giovinazzi’s performance in the Australian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas thinks it is wrong to claim that Formula 1’s 2017 cars have now made overtaking impossible, as he insists some tracks will throw up good racing this year.
While both McLaren drivers had numerous updates on their MCL32s in Melbourne, Fernando Alonso was the only one to run the new front wing, partially explaining the delta to his teammate Stoffel Vandoorne.
Formula 1 rookie Stoffel Vandoorne has admitted it is difficult for him to show what he is capable of while McLaren-Honda remains not competitive.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has labelled criticism of Pascal Wehrlein's decision to withdraw from the Australian Grand Prix on fitness grounds "awful" and "appalling".
Formula 1 drivers can no longer afford a 'coffee break' to react to errors, claims Fernando Alonso, with the new generation of cars demanding an instant response to avoid crashes.
Carlos Sainz says Toro Rosso needs to address the handling of its Formula 1 car for the Chinese Grand Prix after lacking confidence in a "weird" Melbourne season opener.
Renault's Nico Hulkenberg described overtaking as "almost impossible" in the Australian Grand Prix, as the first race with Formula 1's new cars left several drivers concerned.
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Valtteri Bottas believes his run to third in the Australian Grand Prix was a "decent start" to his Mercedes career – and the Finn insists that there's more to come.
Ferrari put Mercedes under an external pressure the triple world champion team isn’t necessarily used to in Melbourne – and a bad call at the wrong time in the Mercedes garage helped Sebastian Vettel to victory.
The Mercedes F1 team has promised an immediate response to its Australian Grand Prix defeat, as it launches a detailed analysis in to how it was beaten by Ferrari.
Sauber Formula 1 debutant Antonio Giovinazzi says a lack of experience with low-degradation tyres led to him taking it unnecessarily easy during the second stint of the Australian GP.
Max Verstappen says he was surprised that he was able to keep up with the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen in the Australian Grand Prix, after qualifying suggested that Red Bull would struggle to take the fight to the cars ahead.
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen says understeer in the opening stint was the reason behind his disappointing performance in the F1 2017 opener in Melbourne.
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff believes Sebastian Vettel’s victory in the Australian Grand Prix was down to the Ferrari having a pace advantage rather than a strategic error from the Silver Arrows.