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Chinese GP: Hamilton leads third consecutive Mercedes 1-2

Lewis Hamilton won a processional 2019 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas as Ferrari's challenge faded with a weak opening stint.

Sainz says China has brought McLaren "back to reality"

Chinese Grand Prix qualifying brought the McLaren Formula 1 team "back to reality" after its encouraging performances in the opening two rounds, according to Carlos Sainz.

Chinese GP: Bottas quickest in FP3, big crash for Albon

Valtteri Bottas went quickest for Mercedes in what proved to be an unrepresentative final practice session for the 2019 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix.

Mercedes: Racing Point tie-up "very different" to Ferrari/Haas

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team's collaboration with Racing Point is "very different" to the Ferrari/Haas model, and that its future depends on the new 2021 Formula 1 rules.

Chinese GP: Vettel beats Hamilton and Leclerc in FP1

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel topped the first practice session for the 1000th Formula 1 World Championship race in China on Friday morning.

How Kubica proved he was ready for F1 again Prime

How Kubica proved he was ready for F1 again

Formula 1's feel-good story of the year is Robert Kubica’s long-awaited return to a race seat with Williams. And he’s not there simply to make up the numbers, as he tells Stuart Coddling

Has Williams turned a corner after its FW41 disaster? Prime

Has Williams turned a corner after its FW41 disaster?

In 2018 the gap between Williams and the front of the Formula 1 grid grew bigger than ever. Has the team learned the lessons that will enable it to bridge that chasm?

How Red Bull helped Ricciardo join F1's elite Prime

How Red Bull helped Ricciardo join F1's elite

Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo opens up to Stuart Codling about the highs and lows of life with Red Bull - the team that made him

Why 2018 left McLaren with no one else to blame Prime

Why 2018 left McLaren with no one else to blame

With Honda out of the equation, 2018 was supposed to be the start of McLaren's return to the top - but the absence of the Japanese manufacturer just revealed more fundamental issues at the team.

Whiting dismisses calls for weighbridge rule change

Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has hit back at complaints over the FIA’s weighing procedure after Sebastian Vettel was punished for “destroying” the weighbridge at Interlagos last weekend.

Gasly: Hartley should have passed me on merit

Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly says that he defied team orders in the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix because he was racing teammate Brendon Hartley for position.

Mercedes: Ferrari favourite to win after "big gamble"

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff has declared Ferrari the favourite to win the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix after the Italian team staked everything on a risky strategy in qualifying.

Brazilian GP: Vettel pips Hamilton in final practice

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel went fastest in the third practice session for the 2018 Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, beating Lewis Hamilton by 0.2s.

F1 chiefs join drivers in meeting over sport’s future

Delegates from the Formula 1 Group, the FIA and Pirelli attended an extraordinary meeting of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association at Interlagos to discuss the future of F1. 

Smedley talking to other teams about F1 roles

Senior Williams Formula 1 engineer Rob Smedley says he is determined to remain in the sport after he leaves the team at the end of the 2018 season.

Wolff would be "overwhelmed" to see Wehrlein back in F1

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said he would be "overwhelmed" to see his outgoing Formula 1 reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein return to Formula 1 in the future.

Perez never considered McLaren return in 2019

Sergio Perez says he talked to McLaren about a Formula 1 drive next season, but never seriously considered returning to the team that dropped him in 2013.

Stroll believes he is "far from reaching" his F1 potential

Lance Stroll believes that Williams' underperformance this season has concealed his development as a Formula 1 driver, but that he is still a long way from fulfilling his potential.

The F1 perfectionist who pushed too soon Prime

The F1 perfectionist who pushed too soon

Formula 1's carbon-fibre pioneer was a legendarily tough cookie, known as the 'Prince of Darkness' (at McLaren) and the 'Godalming Scud' (at Benetton). Has time mellowed the father of some of F1's most beautiful cars?

Vandoorne keen to emulate Magnussen's "fresh start"

Stoffel Vandoorne believes he can follow Kevin Magnussen’s example and reset his Formula 1 career after being dropped by McLaren.

Sainz: Renault must be "very careful" with Force India

Renault Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz believes Force India remains a threat in the constructors’ championship despite having its points reset to zero.

Whiting: Singapore track limits line "a waste of paint"

FIA Formula 1 race director and safety delegate Charlie Whiting has branded the in-weekend change to the Singapore Grand Prix circuit as utterly ineffectual.

Hamilton already pushing for 2019 improvements

Lewis Hamilton has called upon his Mercedes team to bring forward developments planned for the 2019 Formula 1 season because he wants to "feel it on a race weekend".

Singapore GP: Hamilton wins from Verstappen and Vettel

Lewis Hamilton swept to a virtually unchallenged win in the 2018 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix as another Ferrari tactical blunder cost Sebastian Vettel the chance of victory.