Russian GP (2016)
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In part two of the Russian GP technical round-up, Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield look at the changes introduced by Ferrari, Williams and Red Bull.
McLaren may have benefited from its rivals' misfortunes in Russia, but its progress is real. In the first part of the Russian GP tech round-up, Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield look at how the British team is closing the gap.
In his second column for Motorsport.com, Felipe Massa reflects on the Russian Grand Prix and his team's battle with Red Bull.
The Mercedes team has revealed that Russian Grand Prix winner Nico Rosberg set the fastest lap of the race on the "safe" settings of his power unit.
Daniel Ricciardo admits that Red Bull's race in Russia was not helped by the decision to switch to medium tyres after both cars were delayed by the first lap incident.
Valtteri Bottas admits he was frustrated to lose out on a Russian GP podium spot to Kimi Raikkonen, but reckons fourth was the best Williams could do in Sochi.
Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz expressed his incredulity at the penalty he incurred in the Russian Grand Prix for making contact with Jolyon Palmer.
On the surface, the Russian Grand Prix appeared to be another routine 1-2 finish for Mercedes, but the Silver Arrows had their hands full getting both cars to the finish, as Adam Cooper reveals.
Daniil Kvyat will be summoned for talks with his Red Bull bosses to discuss his part in what the team has labelled a 'disaster' at the Russian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen: "... this is a mechanical sport and these things happen."
The team picked up 22 points, which has helped close the gap to third-placed Red Bull to just six points in the Constructors’ Championship.
Toto Wolff says he has no time for conspiracy theorists who have used social media to suggest that Mercedes has deliberately sabotaged Lewis Hamilton this season.
Mercedes AMG Petronas (157) lead Ferrari (76) by 81 points in the Constructors' Championship
Lewis Hamilton says he went straight on at Turn 2 on the first lap of the Russian Grand Prix to avoid the "commotion" that was kicking off on his right.
Fernando Alonso: "Finishing in the points should be our regular target from now on.”
Fernando Alonso believes McLaren must target points in every race after both he and Jenson Button finished in the top 10 in the Russian Grand Prix.
Daniil Kvyat has apologised for his driving errors on the opening lap of the Russian Grand Prix, which ruined not only his own race but those of teammate Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted to frustration over the Turn 2 error by Daniil Kvyat that ruined not only his own race but that of teammate Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton says he had no doubts that victory in the Russian Grand Prix was within reach before being slowed by a water pressure problem.
Nico Rosberg won his fourth race of 2016 in Russia, his seventh on the trot, to lead another Mercedes 1-2 at Sochi – but it was another race to forget for Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Sergio Perez believes the proposed one-stop strategy for Russian Grand Prix is not a given - and that many drivers will be forced to stop twice.
Toto Wolff believes that there is no specific reason why Lewis Hamilton has been struck twice by MGU-H failures, while the seven other drivers using Mercedes power units have not had problems.
A one-stopper should be the favoured tactic on the smooth asphalt of Russia for the 53-lap race.
Felipe Nasr: "Starting in P19 is surely an unsatisfying result."
Yusuke Hasegawa: “The difference between Q2 and Q3 for us today was just 0.1 seconds”
Daniil Kvyat: "This track is not the strongest for us but we will try and bring some points home."
Nico Rosberg: "I'm happy to have another pole - but tomorrow is a long race and a lot can happen."
Lewis Hamilton is one reprimand away from a 10-place grid penalty after he was given one for his incident during qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas: "We have some fast cars starting behind us which will make the race difficult, but a podium will be the target."
Williams vehicle performance chief Rob Smedley says that aerodynamic upgrades definitely helped attain its first front-row grid spot of the season in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has admitted McLaren was once again "not quick enough" to make Q3 in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel remains convinced Ferrari can turn things around this season despite another dominant display by Mercedes in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has said he will "never give up" in this year's Formula 1 championship chase despite suffering another setback to his title hopes in qualifying at Sochi.
Nico Rosberg scored his second pole position of the season at Sochi, as his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton suffered an MGU-H failure that put him out of Q3.