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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
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.
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, […]
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