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Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari still has work to do to be consistently competitive with Mercedes but is confident it has taken a big chunk out of Mercedes lead following Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Malaysia
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the sweeping changes made to Ferrari over the winter are making it stronger every month following the team’s first victory since May 2013 on Sunday
Lewis Hamilton is closing on a new Mercedes deal reportedly worth £27 million a year and he expects it to be closed this week
Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko left the Malaysian Grand Prix €400 richer after an astute bet – on former protégé Sebastian Vettel winning the race in his Ferrari
Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko left the Malaysian Grand Prix €400 richer after an astute bet – on former protégé Sebastian Vettel winning the race in his Ferrari
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Sebastian Vettel’s win for Ferrari in Malaysia has set alarm bells ringing for the reigning world champion
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested the creation an all-female world championship to run alongside Formula One to encourage more women to enter the sport
Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Malaysia was good for Formula One and the German driver’s own image after the reputation he built between 2010 and 2013
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Sebastian Vettel’s win for Ferrari in Malaysia has set alarm bells ringing for the reigning world champion
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the Malaysian Grand Prix
The Malaysian Grand Prix will remain on the calendar for the next three years after the Sepang International Circuit agreed a new deal until 2018
Jenson Button says McLaren should be encouraged by its race pace compared to the midfield despite a double DNF in Malaysia
Kimi Raikkonen’s Ferrari lost downforce as a result of the puncture he suffered at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo said being lapped by race winner and former team-mate Sebastian Vettel was “the icing on the cake” after another frustrating race for Red Bull in Malaysia
James Allison is not convinced Ferrari will be able to repeat its performance in Malaysia at the Chinese Grand Prix in two weeks
Pastor Maldonado has been handed three penalty points to his super licence for exceeding the speed limit under the safety car at the Malaysian Grand Prix
Team principal Maurizio Arrivabene never doubted Sebastian Vettel could be a contender in Malaysia but he says Ferrari must not get carried away with one victory
Fernando Alonso was left with “mixed feelings” following the Malaysian Grand Prix after he retired from his McLaren-Honda debut on the 21st lap with an ERS cooling problem
Nico Rosberg has challenged Ferrari to “bring it on” after Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Malaysia
Lewis Hamilton doubts Mercedes could have beaten Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel even if it had matched the German driver’s two-stop strategy in Malaysia
Sebastian Vettel admits he had to calm himself down in the final few laps of the Malaysian Grand Prix as he closed in on his first victory at Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel took his first Ferrari victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix and the first for the team in 35 races after beating Mercedes in a battle of tyre degradation and strategy in the heat of Sepang
Will Stevens will miss the Malaysian Grand Prix after Manor failed to rectify a fuel system problem which saw the Brit sit out qualifying
Jenson Button is confident his McLaren-Honda has more downforce than the cars in front of him on the grid in Malaysia and is hoping to exploit it at future races when the Honda power unit is closer to its full potential
Felipe Massa says Williams is still “too slow” in the wet after he could only qualify seventh in Malaysia
Honda admits it is only half way up a “high mountain” with its new power unit after McLaren qualified on the second to last row at the Malaysian Grand Prix
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix
Seventeen-year-old Max Verstappen will start his second Formula One race from sixth on the grid but admitted it could have been even better without a brake issue in Malaysia
Kimi Raikkonen said he and Ferrari have made life difficult for themselves at the Malaysian Grand Prix after qualifying 11th in mixed conditions on Saturday
Lewis Hamilton does not feel he was unfairly blocked by Nico Rosberg during the final session of qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull can be happy with a spot on the second row on the grid in Malaysia after struggling at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix
Manor has been given permission to race tomorrow despite seeing Roberto Merhi and Will Stevens fail to set a time within the 107% time required in qualifying
Romain Grosjean has been given a two-place grid penalty at the Malaysian Grand Prix and will now start 10th on the grid
Sebastian Vettel confidently declared Ferrari can beat Mercedes come rain or shine in Malaysia after qualifying on the front row of the grid for Sunday’s grand prix
Nico Rosberg admitted he only had himself to blame after failing front row of the grid for the first time in 13 races in a wet qualifying session in Malaysia
Lewis Hamilton just took pole position ahead of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel by 0.074s at the Malaysian Grand Prix as rain played a factor in a tense qualifying session in Sepang
Fernando Alonso is confident McLaren will not be getting knocked out of Q1 for long this season despite his first qualifying session with McLaren leaving him 18th on the grid at the Malaysian Grand Prix
Ferrari technical director James Allison says his team’s improvements since 2014 are split evenly between power unit and chassis, and not just down to an increase in BHP
Nico Rosberg set the pace in the final practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix ahead of qualifying, although Mercedes stranglehold on the top appeared to loosen slightly as six cars managed to lap within a second over the hour
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One needs to be a lot better at facing its problems and admits he is disappointed in the sport
Jenson Button was in an optimistic mood after Friday practice in Malaysia after seeing McLaren make a step forward from its dismal Australian Grand Prix pace
Renault is considering its F1 future with options varying from a takeover of Toro Rosso to leaving the sport entirely
Daniel Ricciardo says Renault has solved many of the driveability issues which hampered Red Bull so drastically in Melbourne
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari can find more time from set-up changes and a clean lap on the medium tyres at the Malaysian Grand Prix, despite two promising Friday practice sessions
Fernando Alonso said the McLaren felt much better than he expected during his first run in the MP4-30 since pre-season testing
Nico Rosberg thinks the perfect strategy in Malaysia will involve getting as much out of one stint on the option tyre as possible during Sunday’s race
Valtteri Bottas is keeping a close eye on Ferrari after it showed much more Friday pace than Williams expected to see in Malaysia
Sebastian Vettel admitted he was pushing too hard when he spun out of the second practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix