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Exclusive: In a bid to cut spiralling costs F1 rulemakers weigh up to computerised suspension, which was outlawed in 1994
Verdict means Red Bell and Ricciardo will not recover 18 points lost in Melbourne, leaving driver in 10th place
Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have both failed to secure a podium finish so far this year
Michael Schumacher is showing signs of improvement and even is interacting with his surroundings during short moments of consciousness, his manager has said
F1 would help to boost Subway’s profile in Europe where it is rapidly expanding
Daniel Johnson: A clear message is what is needed if the sport is to prosper in the face of the PR onslaught of Ecclestone and co
Daniel Johnson: F1 loves a good soap opera and there are so many factors and subplots at play in the intriguing Mercedes team rivalry
Championship leaders claim they would probably have quit F1 if the sport had not adopted new hybrids
Daniel Johnson on five things he learned from thrilling Bahrain GP where Hamilton held off team-mate
Briton wants to see wheel-to-wheel racing like the fans and says victory over Nico Rosberg made him “really proud”. Daniel Johnson reports
Team principal admits Mercedes are a long way ahead but Red Bull can “make inroads” when races start in Europe
Briton edges out team-mate Nico Rosberg in duel of epic proportions after exchanging lead throughout
Lewis Hamilton wins the Bahrain Grand Prix in Sakhir ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg
Follow lap-by-lap Formula One commentary from the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir, on Saturday, April 6 2014
F1 chief says Mercedes will be the “leaders” in any potential rule changes, despite the team’s boss describing talk of tweaks as “absurd”
F1 leaders describe potential changes to the rules just two races into new season as “absurd” ahead of meeting
German benefits after team-mate Lewis Hamilton loses 100 per cent record in qualifying this season
Welcome to our the third predictions blog. Tell us who you think is will be on pole after qualifying and who is going to win the race
Mercedes driver’s qualifying performances and victory in Malaysia GP have a positive knock-on effect for British Grand Prix
David Coulthard runs the rule over this year’s instalment of the Bahrain Grand Prix at the Sakhir circuit
Former Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is making progress and showing signs of waking from an artificial coma
Former Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is making progress and showing signs of waking from an artificial coma
Enzo Maccarinelli dropping a division to battle WBA light-heavyweight champion Juergen Braehmer in in Rostock, Germany on Saturday
Michael Schumacher, the seven-time F1 champion, is showing ‘moments of consciousness and awakening’
Michael Schumacher, the seven-time Formula One champion, is showing ‘moments of consciousness and awakening’, says agent
British driver says other teams never complained about grand prix rules when their own drivers were winning
Jenson Button’s 250th race and mood in Williams camp – Daniel Johnson’s thoughts ahead of third race of season
British driver pushes himself as hard as ever as he passes 250 Grand Prix landmark without fuss or fanfare
Motor racing circus is back in Gulf kingdom for 10th year, its presence a case of political expediency cutting a swathe through human rights
Damon Hill sees Lewis Hamilton overtake him in British F1 history then applauds driver’s ‘coming of age’
Five things Daniel Johnson learned: Ferrari are struggling; Red Bull v FIA; Bernie Ecclestone watch; and Williams are behind
Australian, forced to retire with six laps remaining, remains upbeat despite suffering more bad luck in Sepang as team-mate Sebastian Vettel finishes third
Hollywood actor Benedict Cumberbatch stages post-race interviews on podium in Sepang to much surprise at Malaysian GP
Comfortable pole-to-flag triumph for Briton as Mercedes complete one-two at Malaysian GP with Sebastian Vettel third
Follow lap-by-lap coverage of the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpar, on Sunday, March 30, 2014. Race starts at 09.00 (GMT)
Lewis Hamilton wins the Malaysian Grand Prix after a dominate weekend for Mercedes who take their first 1-2 since 1955 as Rosberg finishes second.
Sebastian Vettel joins Briton on front row of grid for Malaysian GP. Nico Rosberg, winner in Melbourne, is third
Heavier engines mean F1 drivers are working harder to meet weight limit for fear of costing lap time
World champion Sebastian Vettel on his public image, leading a ‘normal’ lifestyle and the new F1 regulations
David Coulthard runs the rule over this year’s instalment of the Malaysia Grand Prix at Sepang
Christian Horner admits team faces same dilemma which led to penalisation in Melbourne after more fuel-flow sensor problems
Christian Horner admits team faces same dilemma which led to penalisation in Melbourne after more fuel-flow sensor problems
Have a read of Daniel Johnson’s predictions for the weekend and tell us who you think will make podium
Mercedes impress again with Lewis Hamilton fastest in first session before Nico Rosberg betters his team-mate on second run in humid Sepang
Briton believes Mercedes have produced a car that can help him add to sole F1 world championship win this season
Formula One supremo ordered to pay half his £8m costs despite winning his legal battle with Constantin Medien
World champion says sound part of spectacle for fans but Jenson Button tells drivers to “race something else if you are not happy”
What should we be looking forward to at the Malaysian Grand Priz? From ‘Fuelgate: Part II’, to more rumblings about the engine note, Daniel Johnson has five suggestions
World champion hits out at noise of new engines but Jenson Button says drivers who are unhappy should ‘go and race something else’