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Chinese GP (2015)

09 Apr - 12 Apr
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Raikkonen says Ferrari can sustain Mercedes pressure

Kimi Raikkonen is optimistic Ferrari will be able to challenge Mercedes for victories on a regular basis despite losing out in the Chinese Grand Prix.

Hamilton did nothing wrong – Lauda

Lewis Hamilton was simply better than Nico Rosberg during the Chinese GP, according to Mercedes non-executive chairman and former F1 world champion Niki Lauda.

In their own words: Rosberg and Hamilton disagree in public

This is the transcript of the angry exchange between Mercedes teammates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton in the post-race Chinese Grand Prix press conference.

Button penalised for Maldonado accident

Jenson Button has been hit with a penalty for his accident with Pastor Maldonado during the Chinese Grand Prix.

Chinese GP: Post-race press conference

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari).

Hamilton cruises to Chinese GP victory

Lewis Hamilton scored his second win of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship at Shanghai in China, leading from start to finish to extend his lead in the points race.

Drivers' and constructors' standings after Chinese GP

Check out how the standings changed after today's race. Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes extends the lead.

Hamilton: Safety car finish an anti-climax

Chinese Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton says the safety car finish was anti-climatic, while Nico Rosberg said he gave it everything on his way to second place.

Wolff: “It was a deserved win”

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says that today’s Chinese Grand Prix one-two result was the perfect response to its Malaysian defeat.

Vettel and Ferrari too close for comfort – Lauda

Mercedes Formula 1 chief Niki Lauda has admitted that his team cannot afford to make any mistakes in today's Chinese Grand Prix, as Ferrari is now so close to its race pace.

Lotus shows progress with Grosjean qualifying in 8th at Shanghai

Pastor Maldonado placed eleventh during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.

Vettel will start the Chinese GP from the second row in his Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel: "It is a shame that we couldn’t put both cars side by side."

Massa qualified fourth and Bottas fifth for tomorrow’s Chinese GP

After making it into Q2 with just one option tyre run each, both drivers showed good pace throughout the session.

Sauber is top ten in qualifying for tomorrow's Chinese GP

Both Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson put in strong drives in the Sauber C34-Ferrari and managed to make it into Q3.

Brundle: Rosberg must "get back mentally" at Hamilton

Former grand prix-ace-turned commentator Martin Brundle believes Nico Rosberg must strike back at Lewis Hamilton in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

Rosberg says Mercedes split strategies "artificial"

Nico Rosberg says he is concerned about how split strategies at his Mercedes Formula 1 team could impact his title battle with Lewis Hamilton.

Hamilton on pole as Mercedes dominates

Lewis Hamilton secured his third consecutive pole position as Mercedes dominated qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.

Hot backside won't stop me, claims Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton insists that an overheating seat won’t slow him down in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix, especially if he’s leading.

Ricciardo sure Red Bull will be stronger in the race

Daniel Ricciardo is convinced Red Bull can enjoy a stronger Chinese Grand Prix after qualifying in seventh position on Saturday.

Chinese GP: Provisional starting grid

The race starts tomorrow at 14:00 local time, with the Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on the front row ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.

Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying results: Mercedes secures the front row start

Hamilton pipes Rosberg, for pole position. Sebastian Vettel gets P3, with Raikkonen only in sixth.

Rosberg “frustrated” at missing pole by small margin

Nico Rosberg admitted he was “frustrated” and “annoyed” to be beaten to pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix by Lewis Hamilton by just 0.042s.

Chinese GP: Post-qualifying press conference

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)