Malaysian GP (2017)
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Sergio Perez feared at one point that he would be forced out of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend when he was struck down by a virus, prior to him battling through to score points.
In his latest column, McLaren's Stoffel Vandoorne looks back at the Malaysian Grand Prix, the race he labelled as his best in F1 yet, and forward to the Japanese GP.
The Mercedes W08 car has underwhelmed at the Malaysian GP - and updates not delivering the anticipated step didn't help matters, especially in pure pace comparisons against the ever-improving Ferrari.
James Allen takes a strategic review of the final Malaysian Grand Prix, and analyses the charge of Sebastian Vettel from the rear of the grid and how Mercedes tried to counter it.
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari should have won the last two grands prix, which would've turned the title battle around. They only have themselves to blame for failing to do so and handing Mercedes two huge gifts…
After every grand prix, ace photographer Mark Sutton of Sutton Images gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to cover Formula 1 from behind the lens.
Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner is in discussions with Malaysian Grand Prix officials regarding compensation for damage incurred by Romain Grosjean’s car in second practice.
Mercedes floundering at a circuit where it should've thrived, yet still building its title lead; Ferrari fastest but not on the podium; Red Bull truly dominant for the first in time years. F1's farewell to Malaysia was peculiar…
For the first time this season Max Verstappen had a quick, reliable car – and he didn’t waste it. Behind the Dutchman, title contenders Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel both had to stage great escapes from difficult situations.
Sergio Perez was on an intravenous drip the night before Formula 1's Malaysian GP as he battled to overcome a virus he picked up in the build-up to the weekend.
Valtteri Bottas says he is facing the "most difficult" moment in his Formula 1 career, after struggling for form again in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer says some rival Formula 1 teams broke the rules by drying their grid slots ahead of the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Williams Formula 1 drivers Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll lost out to McLaren’s Stoffel Vandoorne during the Malaysian Grand Prix because they were executing a place swap.
McLaren’s Stoffel Vandoorne says his seventh position in the Malaysian Grand Prix was his “best drive in Formula 1”.
Malaysian Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen says he took “an extra risk” in passing Lewis Hamilton for the lead because he knew the Briton had “more to lose”.