Mercedes AMG F1 faced an unexpected defeat in today's Malaysian Grand Prix. As of stopping on lap 4, both cars were on the back foot on Sebastian Vettel who eventually won the race in blistering hot conditions.
Toro Rosso scores its best points’ haul from a single race since Australia 2009 as it comfortably out-performs Red Bull in Malaysia.
Malaysian GP post-race press conference with Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg
The Manor Marussia F1 Team’s Roberto Merhi took his first chequered flag of the 2015 season at Sepang today, finishing the 2015 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix in 15th place.
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the Malaysian Grand Prix
Daniil Kvyat doesn’t blame Nico Hulkenberg for spinning him in the Malaysian Grand Prix, but the latter still picks up a penalty.
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
Niki Lauda made no excuses as he said that Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel simply did a better job than Mercedes in winning the Malaysian GP. The former World Champion was quick to congratulate Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene immediately after the … Continue reading →
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
Brilliant display from Sebastian Vettel as he wins his first race as a Ferrari driver with Mercedes forced to settle for second best.
Daniel Ricciardo describes being lapped by former team-mate and race winner Sebastian Vettel as ‘not the best feeling in the world’.
The top three finishers – Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg – give their views on the 2015 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix
Valtteri Bottas bounces back from his ‘worst first lap’ to snatch fifth place from Felipe Massa in the final stages of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Toro Rosso rookie Max Verstappen became F1′s youngest points scorer with his P7 at 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
Roberto Merhi managed to see the chequered flag for Manor while both Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso retired for McLaren…
James Allison is not convinced Ferrari will be able to repeat its performance in Malaysia at the Chinese Grand Prix in two weeks
2015 Malaysian Grand Prix – Race FERRARI CLAIMS FIRST WIN SINCE SPAIN 2013 WITH A TWO-STOP STRATEGY IN EXTREMELY HOT CONDITIONS LIMITED DEGRADATION FROM THE START OF THE WEEKEND ON A TRACK SURFACE  HOT ENOUGH TO COOK AN EGG DIFFERENT TACTICS FOR MERCEDES AND SPLIT STRATEGIES FOR HAMILTONAND ROSBERG: ON THE PODIUM FOR THE SECOND TIME THIS YEAR Sepang, March 29, 2015 – Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel took the first win for Ferrari since Spain in 2013 and his own first victory since Brazil in 2013, using a two-stop strategy in the hottest possible conditions and on very abrasive asphalt to finish in front of both Mercedes drivers. Vettel started on the P Zero White medium tyres and stopped for the mediums again on lap 17, finishing the race on the P Zero Orange hard compound from lap 37.
Despite retiring from the Malaysian GP, Fernando Alonso says up until that point his MP4-30 performed better than he had expected…
Fernando Alonso reckons he and McLaren could have been celebrating points in the Malaysian Grand Prix had technical problems not intervened.
The Malaysian Grand Prix ended up to be a very difficult event for Red Bull Racing with both driver unable to make significant progress as they had to manage rising brake temperatures.
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
Reflections on the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix from within the F1 paddock at Sepang
Just when we thought it was all over and Formula 1 was degenerating into more whinging and griping about the future, the World Championship lit up in Malaysia as Ferrari came from the shadows and beat Mercedes fair and square. It was all down to temperature and how the tyres worked on the different cars, […]
At 17 years-old, Max Verstappen becomes the youngest driver to score in an F1 race and comfortably out-performs Red Bull in Malaysia.
Williams finished 5th and 6th in today's Malaysian Grand Prix, a result in line with the car's current performance. Head of Performance engineering at Williams, Rob Smedley, immediately acknowledged the race highlighted some weak points of the FW37.
Christian Horner has revealed that both RB11s had to be nursed to the chequered flag in Malaysia after experience brake troubles…
Kimi Raikkonen says he had a “poor” Malaysian Grand Prix, despite finishing fourth for the Ferrari Formula 1 team at Sepang
Romain Grosjean finished just shy of the points whilst Pastor Maldonado had to retire from a rather frustrating Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit.
Nico Rosberg says he had to close his eyes and pray at the start of the 2015 F1 Malaysian Grand Prix when he was blocked by Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo said he was “just a passenger” in the Malaysian Grand Prix as he struggled to 10th position with damage and brake problems
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
Force India Formula 1 drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg both felt their penalties for collisions in the Malaysian Grand Prix were undeserved.
McLaren Honda saw its cars disappointingly retire from the Malaysian Grand Prix with power unit issues. The team though saw much better pace, allowing both cars to fight with the Force India cars for position.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says in hindsight there were things his team could have done different in the Malaysian GP, a race they lost to Ferrari…
The saying "be careful what you wish for" couldn’t be more applicable to Nico Rosberg after this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix…
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff thinks it would be wrong to blame his team’s Malaysian Grand Prix defeat on the early stop for new tyres under the safety car
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
After a quite a promising qualifying to the Malaysian Grand Prix on the Sepang International Circuit, the race ended in disappointment and without championship points for the Sauber F1 Team.
Taking the fight to Mercedes in Malaysia, and winning the battle, an emotional Sebastian Vettel has hailed a "special" first win with Ferrari…
Scuderia Toro Rosso achieved a great result at the Malaysian Grand Prix with its young drivers Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz finishing troublefree in 7th and 8th place to both score points.
It is back to the drawing board for Lewis Hamilton after the Malaysian GP with the Merc driver acknowledging that Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari "were too quick"…
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has conceded Ferrari were just too fast during the Malaysian Grand Prix and that is why he could only finish second
Nico Rosberg has challenged Ferrari to “bring it on” after Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Malaysia
Sebastian Vettel says he is very “proud” to have won the Malaysian Grand Prix and take his first victory with Ferrari.
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 thinks the hot temperatures of Malaysia were key in helping him beat Mercedes to a shock Formula 1 win.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg blamed poor strategic choices and balance problems for the Mercedes Formula 1 team’s defeat by Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel in the Malaysian Grand Prix