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Formula One’s supremo suggests the likes of Susie Wolff should compete in special series on Sunday mornings before main race
‘Don’t talk to me through the corners. I nearly went off’ was one of the responses Briton dished out to team
Four-time world champion drives stunning race to deny Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes at second race of season
Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel are back, plus four other things we discovered from Daniel Johnson
Follow lap-by-lap coverage of the second race of the season with Lewis Hamilton starting on pole from Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg
Follow lap-by-lap coverage of the second race of the season with Lewis Hamilton starting on pole from Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg
Mercedes driver demands answers amid conflicting accounts of McLaren driver’s accident ahead of Malaysian Grand Prix
German’s decision to question world champion over whether he had blocked him during qualifying led to amusing but uncomfortable exchange
Daniel Johnson: British world champion on course for another victory after qualifying fastest in sodden Malaysia
F1 supremo adopts scattergun approach to the rules as Red Bull rebels force his hand after Australia rout, writes Daniel Johnson
Bernie Ecclestone has seen all the great champions in his four decades at the helm, but has claimed two-time winner Lewis Hamilton is the greatest
David Coulthard: Either Fernando Alonso is telling the truth and McLaren are wrong, or he has lost his marbles completely
Full details of race schedule, TV coverage and latest odds ahead of the second round of the Formula One season in Malaysia
Full race details, TV coverage and latest odds ahead of the second round of the Formula One season in Malaysia
Mercedes driver sets top time at the Sepang International Circuit despite missing two-thirds of the day
The key stats behind the Sepang International circuit, home to Formula One’s Malaysian Grand Prix
When the Mercedes driver competes at the Malaysian Grand Prix this weekend he will do so wearing an unlikely “device”. Find out why here…
Spanish driver denies that a gust of wind caused him to crash in pre-season testing and claims his steering wheel locked
With the Spaniard poised to make his return and Lewis Hamilton expected to re-sign for Mercedes, Daniel Johnson discusses the talking points ahead of the Malaysian GP
War of words between Red Bull and engine supplier descends to new levels of acrimony after the French manufacturer accuses team of lying
Lewis Hamilton is keen to put pen to paper on a new contract with Mercedes – which he hopes could be worth as much as £40m a year – before this Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix
Two-time world champion confident of sealing new deal with Mercedes believed to be worth around £40m a year for Briton
Spanish McLaren driver passed fit by Cambridge University professors following his mysterious crash in testing
With Hockenheim and the Nurburgring unwilling to host the race, German GP has been dropped and there will now be 19 rounds with three-week gap in July
British Grand Prix hosts face potentially ruinous case as track owners and former contractor prepare for High Court showdown
The hypocrisy of Dietrich Mateschitz team’s threat to walk away from F1 if Mercedes continue to dominate is astounding, writes Oliver Brown
Sauber’s reputation has been dragged through mud by allegations made by Dutchman who admits his F1 dream is “possibly over”
McLaren driver to take first steps towards return at simulator in Woking after unexplained pre-season crash
Jenson Button says he is sure McLaren can turn things around after he finished last at the Australian Grand Prix
Mercedes driver unimpressed by Bernie Ecclestone’s suggestion that rule changes are needed
Formule One supremo insists it is not about trying to stop Mercedes winning but simply allowing other manufacturers greater flexibility to make the title race more competitive
Team’s motorsport adviser says that owner Dietrich Mateschitz could ‘lose his passion’ if the rules are not changed
Daniel Johnson: Christian Horner’s plea for laws to be changed to limit Mercedes’ dominance are driven by self-interest – the sport must stick to its guns
Having crashed into administration with total debts of £63.6m, Formula 1 team Marussia will pay back unsecured creditors only a fraction of what they are owed
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says Mercedes one-two could kill sport but winning team’s chief Toto Wolff tells him to ‘take moans to the Wailing Wall’
Lewis Hamilton begins his reign as world champion with easy win in Melbourne, leaving Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel in his wake
Join Alan Tyers for the latest lap-by-lap updates from Melbourne with just 13 cars making it past first lap
Seb Vettel landed the first blow in his rivalry with team-mate Raikkonen, Red Bull somehow managed to get even worse, and as for McLaren, it was a fiasco
Seb Vettel landed the first blow in his rivalry with team-mate Raikkonen, Red Bull somehow managed to get even worse, and as for McLaren, it was a fiasco
Join Alan Tyers for the latest lap-by-lap updates from Melbourne as Lewis Hamilton looks to make a winning start to his title defence
Interview: Former champion reveals much has changed from his days as a racer, but his love for F1 remains strong, despite row with Max Mosley
Pre-eminent F1 designer of his generation has indicated it may be years before Red Bull can again challenge for the championship because of problems with beleaguered engine supplier Renault
Reigning Formula One champion qualifies fastest in Australian GP but Button and Kevin Magnussen will start on the back row in Sunday’s race
Dropped driver makes last-minute settlement in court to avert disaster for Swiss team in the season-opener
Daniel Johnson: Joining Ayrton Senna and Jackie Stewart on three world titles would ensure Briton goes down in history as one of the greats
In pics: David Coulthard runs the rule over the top 10 teams ahead of the new Formula One season
Dutchman arrives for seat fitting before his lawyers attempt to have Sauber team principal arrested in day of dramatic developments in Sydney
Lewis Hamilton is bidding to become a three time world champion in 2015, so The Telegraph has looked into his career so far – by numbers
David Coulthard: World champion is my overwhelming favourite for 2015, but he may have already erred by negotiating his own deal