Russian GP (2018)
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James Allen analyses the Russian Grand Prix, where Mercedes scored a 1-2 that infuriated many Formula 1 fans, but suited its purpose of inflicting yet more pain on Ferrari.
Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner was "surprised" by the way Mercedes team orders played out during the Russian Grand Prix.
Russian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton believes the Sochi Formula 1 circuit must be changed to improve the quality of racing, and has suggested reversing the track’s direction.
Mercedes' decision to ask Valtteri Bottas to cede position to Lewis Hamilton in the Russian Grand Prix proved contentious, with Toto Wolff admitting he felt like "the baddie" post-race.
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says that Max Verstappen's charge through the field in the early laps of the Russian Grand Prix was akin to a wet race.
Sebastian Vettel says he didn't want to be a “complete arse” in aggressively defending his position from Formula 1 title rival Lewis Hamilton in the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton believes Sebastian Vettel wrongly moved twice during their Russian Grand Prix battle and would have caused a crash had the Formula 1 title favourite not braked.
Good morning. Welcome to the morning after a Russian Grand Prix where Mercedes amazingly found itself a bit deflated by a 1-2 finish that has left it on the verge of title success. Here is your morning catch-up from all the post-race reaction in the Sochi paddock last night.
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says he accepts responsibility for the complicated situation the team found itself in the Russian Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly says a piece of debris got past the halo on his Formula 1 car and hit his visor on the opening lap of the Russian Grand Prix.
Esteban Ocon believes Force India needs to review the way it approached Formula 1’s Russian Grand Prix, after a decision to swap its cars around failed to gain it any places.
Toto Wolff says Mercedes faced a scenario that it had not predicted ahead of the Russian Grand Prix as he explained the reasons behind its team orders swap.
Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton admitted that his Russian Grand Prix win felt far from "spectacular" after being gifted victory through Mercedes team orders.
Lewis Hamilton extended his Formula 1 title advantage over Sebastian Vettel with victory in the Russian Grand Prix after Mercedes ordered Valtteri Bottas to move aside.