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ESPN brings you all the driver and team reaction from the Chinese Grand Prix
Felipe Massa insists back luck has robbed Williams the chance to live up to its pre-season potential after a botched pit stop ruined his race in China
The length of the Chinese Grand Prix has been cut from 56 laps to 54 laps after the chequered flag was waved one lap too early
Daniel Ricciardo is expecting Sebastian Vettel to come back fighting after beating his Red Bull team-mate for the second race in a row at the Chinese Grand Prix
Jenson Button admits McLaren needs to go back to the drawing board after a “painful” showing in China which saw him finish 11th and Kevin Magnussen 13th
Kimi Raikkonen thinks his driving style was behind his struggles at the Chinese Grand Prix after he struggled to maintain tyre temperature over the length of his stints during the race
Christian Horner insists Sebastian Vettel’s initial refusal to let Daniel Ricciardo through in China did not cost the Australian a spot on the podium in China
Sebastian Vettel admitted a misunderstanding of Daniel Ricciardo’s pit strategy led him to initially refuse Red Bull’s request to move over for his team-mate in China
Fernando Alonso was surprised he had the pace to score a podium at the Chinese Grand Prix and is confident Ferrari has made a step forward since Bahrain
Nico Rosberg admitted second was a remarkable return after nearly seeing his race jeopardised by a lack of telemetry between his car and the pit wall
Lewis Hamilton said he is struggling to believe just how big Mercedes’ advantage is over the rest of the field after winning his third race in arrow at the Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton recorded a hat-trick of victories and Mercedes one-two finishes at a canter as he led from start to finish at the Chinese Grand Prix, ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso
Ron Dennis has confirmed McLaren is planning legal action regarding the contract dispute over Red Bull’s head of aero Dan Fallows, though he insisted the door is still open for Christian Horner to get in touch over a resolution
ESPN rounds up all the driver and team reaction from Saturday’s qualifying session in Shanghai
Mercedes called for Red Bull to be given a suspended three-race ban and six month disqualification as punishment for not adhering to the fuel flow regulations at the Australian Grand Prix
A round-up of who said what after the Friday practice sessions of the Chinese Grand Prix
Felipe Massa says the prospect of a dry race in China means he will have his eyes set firmly on Ferrari and Red Bull after qualifying sixth
Kimi Raikkonen said his Ferrari’s unpredictable handling was to blame for his poor showing during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix
Jenson Button believes the way the current season has gone means it is very realistic to target a strong finish despite qualifying 12th for the Chinese Grand Prix
Romain Grosjean admitted his 10th place could have been even better were it not for the rain returning at the beginning of Q3 in Shanghai
Fernando Alonso is confident Ferrari can have its most competitive race of the season in China after he qualified fifth on the grid on Saturday
Braking issues were behind Nico Rosberg’s struggle in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix, but he admitted he was not quick enough in general to challenge for the front row of the grid
After qualifying second in China Daniel Ricciardo admits Mercedes still has the edge in all conditions over Red Bull but insists it could be all to play for if he can beat Lewis Hamilton off the line
Lewis Hamilton is convinced he could have taken pole position at the Chinese Grand Prix by an even bigger margin had he not made a mistake in the middle of the lap
Lewis Hamilton turned in a masterclass in the rain to comfortably beat Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel to pole, with Nico Rosberg only managing fourt
Daniel Ricciardo topped a dull wet final practice session in China as both Mercedes drivers failed to record a time in a bid to preserve tyres for qualifying
A round-up of who said what after the Friday practice sessions of the Chinese Grand Prix
New Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has vowed to do whatever is necessary to bring his team back to winning ways in the shortest possible timeframe
Kimi Raikkonen admits a suspension issue in the morning session compromised his running in FP2 and may have left him playing catch up this weekend
Fernando Alonso admits the predicted rain for Saturday’s qualifying session will leave Ferrari relying purely on “guesswork” after an encouraging day in Friday practice
Jenson Button thinks Daniel Ricciardo is the only driver with a chance of coming close to the Mercedes cars at this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg is still expecting his main rival for victory in China to be Lewis Hamilton despite seeing the likes of Ferrari impress on Friday
Sebastian Vettel suspects Mercedes will still be the clear favourite at this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix, despite a closer fought practice session on Friday
Daniel Ricciardo admits his impressive long-run performance in FP2 will count for nothing if Red Bull is unable to use it to his advantage during Sunday’s race
Lewis Hamilton is expecting Mercedes to face a tougher weekend at the China Grand Prix than it has at any other track so far this year
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in second practice for the Chinese Grand Prix, but Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso remained in the hunt just 0.141s off the Mercedes
Fernando Alonso kicked off his Chinese Grand Prix weekend by setting the fastest time in the opening session ahead of Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg
Jenson Button has played down the size of Mercedes’ advantage but also believes it would be “very impressive” if any team was able to catch them before the midway point in 2014
Nico Rosberg is looking forward to sitting down with Lewis Hamilton to clear the air after their tense battle for the lead at the Bahrain Grand Prix two weeks ago
Sebastian Vettel admits he is not concerned by his downturn in fortunes in 2014 as long as he keeps getting as much out of his Red Bull as possible
Kimi Raikkonen does not think life at Ferrari will change dramatically despite Stefano Domenicali being replaced by Marco Mattiacci as team principal
Lewis Hamilton believes Formula One still has some issues to address this year despite putting on a thriller of a race two weeks ago in Bahrain
Nico Hulkenberg denied rumours F1 drivers are threatening to strike over unpaid wages but has warned the ongoing issue is “not good for the sport”
Daniel Ricciardo admitted he did not hold particularly high hopes of having his second-place finish at the Australian Grand Prix reinstated at this week’s appeal hearing
Felipe Massa believes Williams is no longer in the position it was at the start of the season and admits two podium chances have slipped through his fingers so far this season
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari’s new team principal Marco Mattiacci will need time to settle into his position
Romain Grosjean insists this weekend is crucial for Lotus as the season enters the last flyaway race before the teams return to Europe
Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have both featured in ESPN’s list of the 25 top-paid athletes in the world
Ferrari is looking at all areas of its F14 T to try to find ways to establish itself as the best of the rest behind Mercedes