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Jolyon Palmer will get a run in the Lotus E23 during first free practice for the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.
How does a major manufacturer take such a ‘backward step’ in just three months? Max Yamabiko looks into where it could have gone wrong for Renault
Though its future with Renault looks increasingly bleak, Red Bull says it will not go down the route of developing its own engine.
Manor makes its first appearance of the 2015 season and driver Will Stevens is confident the car is quick enough to qualify for the Malaysian GP
Daniel Ricciardo says the RB11 feels better to drive after Red Bull opted to settings it used during pre-season testing.
Jenson Button says McLaren and Honda is beginning to maximise the potential of the power unit following a day of improved speed and reliability
Friday FIA press conference from Sepang in Malaysia with Robert Fernley, Matthew Carter, Paul Hembery, Franz Tost, Cyril Abiteboul and Christian Horner
Renault Sport is reviewing its future options, which could include going into partnership with Toro Rosso or leaving F1 altogether.
Valtteri Bottas has confirmed he did experience a little bit of back pain on Friday during opening practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix, but that it is not anything that they did not expect.
Kimi Raikkonen’s pace is enough to make Lewis Hamilton sit up and take notice, but the man himself still thinks Ferrari is ‘struggling’.
Fernando Alonso believes McLaren-Honda cut the gap to the front in qualifying to around three seconds, marking a 1.5secs improvement over round one
Reaction from the paddock after the opening day of action for the 2015 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg admits he is concerned about reliability after team-mate Lewis Hamilton was dogged by problems, but remains confident in the car.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari is fighting a rear-guard action against Williams, Red Bull and Toro Rosso despite Ferrari’s swift pace.
Lewis Hamilton accepts his weekend has been ‘heavily compromised’ by missing the first practice session, even if he bounced back to set the overall pace
Lewis Hamilton bounces back from missing FP1 to set the fastest time of the day in FP2 at Sepang ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Raffaele Marciello’s Malaysian Grand Prix FP1 appearance for Sauber is the first race weekend run by an Italian driver since 2011…
Mercedes diagnoses a problem with the Power Unit inlet system for Lewis Hamilton’s failure to set a time in FP1 for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Manor makes its first track appearance of F1 2015 as both Will Stevens and Roberto Merhi complete eight laps apiece in Sepang.
Lewis Hamilton reveals a new helmet design for the Malaysian Grand Prix… but he is not allowed to use it.
Mechanical problems consign Lewis Hamilton to the sidelines, leaving Nico Rosberg to lead the first practice session for the Malaysian GP.
Nico Rosberg leads the way for Mercedes in the opening practice session for the 2015 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo says “frustration” is at the root of the war of words between Red Bull and Renault.
Felipe Massa says Williams “doesn’t have the difference on the straight anymore” and that this might cost them in the battle with Ferrari
Carlos Sainz adamant that Toro Rosso team-mate and fellow F1 2015 rookie Max Verstappen is not his focus
Manor looks set to get out on track for the Malaysian Grand Prix after firing up the MR03 for the first time in Sepang.
Valtteri Bottas says changes to the driving position in his Williams was the cause of the back injury that ruled him out of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship opener in Australia.
Jenson Button says he is not concerned about the McLaren MP4-30, even though team-mate Fernando Alonso has insisted that his pre-season crash was caused by a problem with the steering
Nico Rosberg has rejected suggestions Mercedes has doubled its advantage over the pack and believes Ferrari has “definitely closed the gap”, particularly in terms of race pace.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel says it is ‘only a matter of time’ until Red Bull and Renault return to competitiveness again
Kimi Raikkonen says he expects Ferrari to be even more competitive this weekend in Malaysia, for round two in F1 2015.
Fernando Alonso was the understandable attraction in the FIA press conference as he faced the media for the first time since his crash… read the full exchange here
Thursday FIA press conference from Sepang in Malaysia with Carlos Sainz, Felipe Nasr, Daniil Kvyat, Nico Rosberg, Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso
Lewis Hamilton: Not once did this team complain to others in order to equalise things, they just worked their arses off…
Lewis Hamilton: Not once did this team complain to others in order to equalise things, they just worked their arses off…
Former Force India and Sauber driver Adrian Sutil will become Williams Martini Racing’s official reserve driver for the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Fernando Alonso says a technical issue prompted him to crash in pre-season testing, refuting McLaren’s suggestion that windy conditions caused it.
Former McLaren driver Sergio Perez believes the team’s current Honda-powered MP4-30 has ‘potential’ having raced against it in Australia.
McLaren’s Fernando Alonso passes the final stage of medical tests to get the green light to race in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
After missing the 2015 F1 opener with a back injury, Valtteri Bottas has been passed fit to race with Williams in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
F1 driver-turned-commentator John Watson insists that those intimately involved in the sport need to take a good look at what they are doing to harm it.
Jenson Button says the Malaysian Grand Prix is another opportunity for McLaren-Honda to gain valuable mileage to close gap on rivals
The German Grand Prix may have been officially removed from the 2015 F1 schedule, but Lotus’ Federico Gastaldi is confident it will return.
The German Grand Prix may have been officially removed from the 2015 F1 schedule, but Lotus’ Federico Gastaldi is confident it will return.
Ahead of the Malaysian GP, a race known for its challenging climate, Will Saunders looks back at how Mother Nature has shaped some classic races over the years
Toto Wolff says Mercedes cannot and will not back off heading to the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying Ferrari and Williams remain a threat.
Red Bull and Renault’s increasingly fragile relationship reaches a new nadir as the latter accuses its partner of ‘lies’ over engine criticism
Given a more efficient weekend, Ferrari F1 technical director James Allison believes the Scuderia can be more of a match for Mercedes in Malaysia.
Renault launches a defence of its power units after discovering the performance shortfalls were down to engine and chassis issues
They may think the Sepand circuit layout looks cool, but Toro Rosso prodigies Carlos Sainz Jr and Max Verstappen know that conditions at the Malaysian Grand Prix are anything but.