Australian GP (2017)
Sauber Formula 1 team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says she does not understand why Kevin Magnussen was not penalised for the collision that ruined Marcus Ericsson's Australian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo said his awful Australian Grand Prix was a race weekend that “snowballed” out of his control.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne said "it was about time" Ferrari returned to winning ways after triumphing in the Australian grand Prix.
Ferrari's engineering chief Jock Clear says he can't judge whether the Scuderia's car is now faster than Mercedes after Sebastian Vettel claimed victory in the season-opening Australian GP.
Fernando Alonso says he was driving the best race of his life in the Australian Grand Prix, before he was forced to retire due to floor damage.
Sebastian Vettel defeated Lewis Hamilton in a fascinating Australian Grand Prix to kick off Formula 1’s new era with a superb victory for Ferrari.
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Haas’s Formula 1 rivals admit they hadn’t predicted its brilliant form at the Australian Grand Prix, as the outfit ended qualifying best of the rest behind the big three teams.
Haas F1 Team made amendments to its shark fin ahead of qualifying in Melbourne, having been instructed to remove the T-wing from their car the day before.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff anticipates a "hell of a ride" in his team's battle with Ferrari over the course of the 2017 Formula 1 season.
Max Verstappen says Red Bull’s new Formula 1 car is lacking both power and downforce, after a troubled weekend so far at the Australian Grand Prix.
Drivers are nearing 8G in the new-spec Formula 1 cars at Albert Park, with the high-downforce cars described as "brutal" and "monsters" following the first qualifying session of the season.
Last-minute Sauber Formula 1 call-up Antonio Giovinazzi said his performance in Australian Grand Prix qualifying exceeded his expectations ahead of his surprise debut.
Mercedes newcomer Valtteri Bottas says he didn't reach the bar he had set for himself in the first qualifying of F1 2017 in Melbourne, as the Finn missed out on the front row.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen claims whoever leads after the first corner of the Australian Grand Prix will win, because the new rules for 2017 will make the racing "more boring".