Nico Rosberg is searching hard for positives after being comprehensively outqualified by Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in China on Saturday.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton admits he starts Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix as strong favourite after qualifying on pole position.
Jenson Button is praying the sun shines over Shanghai on Sunday if he is to salvage something from his Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
Jenson Button put McLaren’s double Q2 elimination in China down to front-tyre warm-up problems in the heavy rain of qualifying – but remains confident a dry race will allow them to come back up the field.
FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED IN SHANGHAI: Lewis Hamilton will head into tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix holding a giant psychological edge over Nico Rosberg after sending his team-mate, and biggest rival for the title, into a spin on Saturday – quite literally.
Lee McKenzie and David Coulthard are joined by Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne after Lewis Hamilton claimed pole for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton takes his second pole position in a row in Shanghai to move beyond Jim Clark and Alain Prost to fourth in the all-time list
After being comfortably outqualified by new Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo at the Chinese GP, Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he needs to do a better job.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he is not bothered about the race conditions at the Chinese Grand Prix after securing pole position in a rainy qualifying session.
World champion Sebastian Vettel admits he is being beaten “fair and square” by his new team-mate Daniel Ricciardo this year.
Lewis Hamilton says he is “ecstatic” after breaking the record for all-time pole positions in F1 by a British driver, but admitted he may be racing into the “unknown” with the set-up of his dominant W05 car in Sunday’s Chinese GP.
FIA this week upon the basis they did not act fraudulently during the Australian Grand Prix from which Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified
Ride on board with Lewis Hamilton as the Mercedes man put his car on pole position at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Watch highlights as Lewis Hamilton takes his third pole position in four races with a stunning performance in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton continued Mercedes’ dominant start to the season by capturing pole position at the rainy Chinese Grand Prix on Saturday; his third pole in four races this season.
Lewis Hamilton cemented his place in British Formula One history by claiming the 34th pole position of his Formula One career ahead of Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix.
A 34th pole position makes Hamilton Britain’s most successful ever qualifier and he’ll be the man to beat in Shanghai in Sunday’s race
Lewis Hamilton has claimed pole position for the Chinese GP after a masterclass of wet-weather driving in qualifying that literally left Nico Rosberg in an undignified spin.
Mercedes driver goes quickest by 0.595 of a second Red Bull’s Ricciardo joins Briton on front rowLewis Hamilton maintained his brilliant form by finishing in pole position for Sunday’s …
Lewis Hamilton takes his third pole position in four races with a stunning performance in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Only three races into the season and with their championship scrap already struggling to stay at a simmer the duo couldn’t even agree if they have had clear the air talks
Daniel Ricciardo again showed both his and Red Bull’s liking for wet conditions as the arrival of the forecast rain at the Chinese GP for Practice Three kept Mercedes in the garage for the majority of Saturday morning.
The FIA has released the full reasoning behind the International Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian GP disqualification, with the body having ruled that it “does not find any element” to prove Red Bull’s defence case.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo sets the pace during an inconclusive wet final practice at the Chinese Grand Prix.
The straight-brim baseball cap was an unusual sight on BA flight 169, London Heathrow to Shanghai. The head inside the millinery belonged to Lewis Hamilton, who had ditched his private jet to breathe the same air- conditioning as the rest of us.
Lewis Hamilton will bid to surpass Jim Clark’s British record by claiming his 34th career pole. PHIL DUNCAN will have all the qualifying drama from Shanghai.
Norman Mailer once likened Mohammad Ali to the Prince of Heaven. Some of the articles about Susie Wolff, the Williams test driver of all things, have been only moderately less gushing.
PHIL DUNCAN: The drivers’ championship already looks like a straight duel between Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. So, how do the pair match up in Formula One’s five key areas?
Interview: Disqualification from his home grand prix has not marred the Australian’s ebullience and tells Daniel Johnson is relishing keeping team-mate Sebastian Vettel on his toes
Despite a few moans about his car’s performance during Friday practice at Shanghai, the Briton had the fastest time of the day.
Despite a few moans about his car’s performance during Friday practice at Shanghai, the Briton had the fastest time of the day.
Ferrari’s new team principal Marco Mattiacci was taken by surprise when Luca di Montezemolo offered him the top job at Formula One’s glamour team, the Italian initially believing the chairman’s approach to be a joke.
British driver can complete first F1 hat-trick in Shanghai ‘I’ve never been in a car that’s ahead of the pack like this is’Lewis Hamilton will be …
His insistence on wearing sunglasses despite the overcast, smoggy skies and low temperatures, which characterised the Shanghai International Circuit yesterday, immediately earned the new Ferrari team principal, Marco Mattiacci, the nickname “Hollywood”, after his colourful Nineties predecessor Cesare Fiorio.
David Coulthard runs the rule over this year’s instalment of the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai
Ferrari will do “whatever is needed” to return to the top of Formula 1, according to their new team principal.
Ferrari will do “whatever is needed” to return to the top of Formula 1, according to their new team principal.
Reigning F1 champion Sebastian Vettel admits he is not where he “wants to be” after finishing fourth fastest in Friday’s second practice session for the China Grand Prix.
Pastor Maldonado held his hands up to a pair of mistakes after a troubled day of practice in China – but the Venezuelan believes Lotus’s improvements still mean he can go on to enjoy his strongest race of his season.
New Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci discusses his plans for the team, saying: “Whatever is needed will be done.”
New Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci discusses his plans for the team, saying: “Whatever is needed will be done.”
Lee McKenzie is joined by Christian Horner for Inside F1 ahead of this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix
Medical professionals say Schumacher’s stopover in a Moûtiers hospital following the accident caused his condition to worsen before he arrived at the larger facility in Grenoble
Formula One faces May Day crunch talks in a bid to avert potential civil war and the demise of a number of the smaller teams.
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Ferrari’s little-known new Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has revealed he initially thought the offer to take over was a belated April Fools’ joke – but despite his lack of F1 experience, he has declared he is “extremely motivated” to prove he is the right man for the job.
The sport’s winds of change have ushered in three straight wins for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg and their technical guru would like those at the top of F1 to …
Jenson Button believes the current Formula One field is the strongest he has experienced throughout his 15 years in the sport.
Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg say they face a revived challenge from Ferrari at this weekend’s Chinese GP.
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo both think there’s more to come from Mercedes after opening practice for the Chinese GP on Friday.