An early chequered flag causes revisions to the result of the Chinese Grand Prix, albeit not to the places that matter…
Lotus' Pastor Maldonado finished in fourteenth position whilst Romain Grosjean was forced to retire from the Chinese Grand Prix on lap 28 because of a gearbox problem.
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
Toro Rosso's Franz Tost proved a happy man after today's Chinese Grand Prix as Daniil Kvyat added another point to the team's championship counter. Jean-Eric Vergne on the other hand saw his race compromised by a poor start and finished 12th.
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
Nico Rosberg said he was happier to finish second to Mercedes team-mate in the Chinese GP after a tough weekend for the F1 points leader.
Lewis Hamilton says it’s “incredible” how good Mercedes is this year after taking his third consecutive victory by winning the Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton might have finished in P1 in China on Sunday, but three was very much the number of the day for the 2008 world champion. Having taken his third pole position of the season on Saturday, the Mercedes driver secured his third win of the season on race day, which also happened to be his third career victory in Shanghai
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
Such was Lewis Hamilton’s dominance in Sunday’s Chinese GP that even the Mercedes driver admits “I was racing myself”…
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
Jenson Button says McLaren’s decline in Formula 1 form is becoming a major concern after the team failed to score in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton claims hat-trick of F1 wins ahead of Mercedes 1-2 in Shanghai.
Lewis Hamilton took three consecutive wins for the first time in his F1 career with a comfortable victory in the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso
Because someone waved a chequered flag at Lewis Hamilton on the wrong lap, the results in Shanghai have to be changed. According to the FIA’s Article 43.2 of the Sporting Regulations, “should for any reason the end-of-race signal be given before the leading car completes the scheduled number of laps, or the prescribed time has […]
He has seen his lead in the standings reduced to just four points, but Nico Rosberg has vowed to do all he can to stay there…
The Great Firewall of China is not going to stop GP+ publishing – although the Chinese are none too keen on allowing us to tell the world about their Grand Prix. There was a huge crowd in Shanghai to watch an absolutely exemplary display of driving from Lewis Hamilton, who led from lights to flag […]
Lewis Hamilton claimed his third straight victory with an emphatic performance in China on Sunday that moved him to within four points of championship leader and Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg. Rosberg fought back from a poor start to finish second, while Fernando Alonso earned Ferrari’s first podium of the season in third, having resisted increasing pressure from Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo in the race’s closing stages
Lewis Hamilton has completed the first hat-trick of race victories in his Formula One career, driving untroubled to head a Mercedes one-two at the Chinese Grand Prix and closing in on Nico Rosberg’s Championship lead, whilst Fernando Alonso completed the podium. The 25th win of Hamilton’s career sees him join Mercedes team boss, Niki Lauda and two-time World Champion Briton Jim Clark at eighth in all-time Grand Prix victories. Nico Rosberg still leads the championship, but his lead is down to just four points after the four long haul fly-away races.
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
The team-mate war at Red Bull went up a notch during the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, but Daniel Ricciardo insists he’s not looking for any drama…
Fernando Alonso says it was a “nice surprise” to finish on the podium in Sunday’s Shanghai grand prix…
Lewis Hamilton scored a dominant victory at the Chinese Grand Prix, leading the race from start to finish. Nico Rosberg recovered from a difficult start to finish second while Fernando Alonso secured Ferrari's first podium of the season.
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
Lewis Hamilton claimed a third consecutive victory for the first time in his Formula 1 career to close the gap to championship leader Nico Rosberg in the Chinese Grand Prix
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
McLaren’s Ron Dennis has hit back at Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner amid the ongoing row over aero chief Dan Fallows
McLaren are pressing ahead with legal action against Red Bull Racing after the latter signed head of aero Dan Fallows…
Jenson Button says he doesn’t believe Red Bull and Ferrari have made large steps forward in China, just are more suited to the circuit than McLaren
Daniel Ricciardo speaks exclusively to Crash.net after qualifying in China about his start to the season and relationship with Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel
From Rosberg’s attempts to get on terms with team mate Hamilton to Lotus’s pursuit of a first points finish, and from worries about tyre graining to the ever present threat of rain, we preview the key themes to watch out for in the 2014 Formula 1 UBS Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai
Nico Rosberg starts the Chinese GP from fourth place, separated from Lewis Hamilton by the two Red Bulls – and thus he has to get past them to take the fight to his team mate. Rosberg says tyres will be … Continue reading →
Kimi Raikkonen described his Chinese Grand Prix weekend as “painful” thus far, after failing to make it into the top 10 in qualifying
Romain Grosjean says Lotus’s first top 10 qualifying of the 2014 Formula 1 season owed everything to hard work rather than luck
Saturday’s FIA post-qualifying press conference with Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) and Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)
Mercedes executive director (business) Toto Wolff said Lewis Hamilton was “in a league of his own” during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix
Jenson Button admits he is desperately hoping for a dry Chinese Grand Prix after McLaren struggled in the wet qualifying session
Felipe Massa sees no reason why Williams cannot be mixing it with F1 big guns Red Bull and Ferrari in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Williams’s form in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix has proved that the team has banished its wet weather Formula 1 woes, claim its drivers
Romain Grosjean says making it in to Q3 for the first time this season was “a good reward” for Lotus following its tough start to the year
ESPN rounds up all the driver and team reaction from Saturday’s qualifying session in Shanghai
Lewis Hamilton reckons he could have gone even faster in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying, despite taking the 34th pole position of his Formula 1 career by a massive margin
Jenson Button says McLaren’s Q2 exit at the Chinese Grand Prix can be traced back to a lack of downforce
Nico Rosberg has revealed a misleading dashboard readout played a part in qualifying a disappointing fourth for the Chinese Grand Prix
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
Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari to set realistic goals for the Chinese Grand Prix after qualifying in fifth place, saying the podium shouldn’t be the only satisfying result
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso qualified 5th for the Chinese Grand Prix while Kimi Raikkonen will start from 11th. Alonso and his team though expected to enjoy a better race than previous events thanks to some car updates brought to this track.
Wet weather was the story of the day in Shanghai as Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez qualified in eighth and sixteenth places respectively for tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix. The team expects to be able to improve during what is predicted to be a dry race tomorrow.
A round-up of who said what after the Friday practice sessions of the Chinese Grand Prix
Read the reactions of the F1 field after another tricky qualifying session at the Shanghai International Circuit in China.