Chinese GP (2017)
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Williams Formula 1 rookie Lance Stroll believes his Q3 appearance in China was “huge” for his confidence after a difficult debut in Australia.
In his latest Motorsport.com column, Williams driver Felipe Massa recounts a disappointing second race of the F1 season in China, in which the Grove-based team was hit with peak levels of tyre degradation.
In his latest Motorsport.com column, McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne looks back at a mixed Chinese Grand Prix race, in which early promise was followed by another retirement.
Motorsport.com brings you the some of the best and funniest radio conversations from the Chinese GP
Kimi Raikkonen insists that he and Ferrari have the answers needed to help him bounce back from his "painful" start to the 2017 Formula 1 season.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says he wants some clarification from the FIA about where drivers need to form up on the grid, after Sebastian Vettel started out of his box at the Chinese Grand Prix.
The Chinese Grand Prix saw some fabulous wheel-to-wheel racing and some strategic intrigue. But had it not been for that early safety car, Sebastian Vettel's gamble to pit for slicks may have provided a real fight for victory.
Valtteri Bottas says he must not let himself dwell on the "amateur" mistake he made spinning behind the safety car at the Chinese Grand Prix – as he insists the main thing is to ensure it does not happen again.
Antonio Giovinazzi admits he hopes to "cancel from my mind" his second grand prix weekend in Formula 1, after he crashed in both qualifying and the race in China.
Daniel Ricciardo says his Red Bull “came to life” in the Chinese GP after he added front downforce with a wing adjustment at his second pitstop.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne wants his Formula 1 team to sit down for talks with Kimi Raikkonen on the back of a second difficult race for the Finn.
Lewis Hamilton said he was relaxed in the lead of the Chinese Grand Prix until his Formula 1 championship rival Sebastian Vettel made it into second place.
Kimi Raikkonen believes his Ferrari team should have stopped him for new tyres earlier during the Chinese Grand Prix, the Finn admitting his result ought to have been better.
Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen believes Formula 1 needs to look into its blue flag rules in 2017, as he feels the Chinese GP podium battle was nearly affected in an undue way by lapped traffic.
Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez have been reprimanded for being late to the start of the national anthem ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz admits his slick-tyred start gamble in the Chinese Grand Prix “might have blown a big result”, before his stunning drive to seventh.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has backed the team's new driver Valtteri Bottas to recover from an underwhelming performance in China, saying the Finn needs to "analyse it and forget it".
Fernando Alonso believes his Chinese Grand Prix performance was even better than in Australia, which he had labelled as one of the best races of his life.