Sky Sports F1′s pundits have expressed sympathy for Daniel Ricciardo after the Australian’s nightmare Malaysia GP was compounded by a ‘harsh’ double punishment for Red Bull’s unsafe pitstop release.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton took a lights-to-flag victory at the 2014 PETRONAS Malaysian Grand Prix, with Nico Rosberg completing the first one-two finish for the Mercedes Silver Arrows since Juan Manuel Fangio and Piero Taruffi at the 1955 Italian Grand Prix.
The 22 drivers have their say on the action at the Sepang International Circuit where Lewis Hamilton took victory.
Williams' Felipe Massa finished seventh and Valtteri Bottas eighth in a hot and physically demanding Malaysian Grand Prix to collect 10 points for the team. Both drivers had a strong start, with Felipe moving up to P10 from P13 and Valtteri moving up to P12 from P18 on the first lap.
Lewis Hamilton dominated things on track, but much of the talk off it was again centred around the engines and their lack of noise
The Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang finished early for both Sauber F1 Team drivers, Esteban Gutiérrez and Adrian Sutil. Adrian’s car lost electric power supply and switched off out on the track. A short while afterwards, Esteban abandoned the race after failing to get the car into first gear after a pitstop.
Toro Rosso's Daniil Kvyat scored for the second time in a row finishing 10th during today's burning hot Malaysian Grand Prix. Team mate Jean-Eric Vergne was less fortunate as he encountered a technical issue and had to retire.
Daniil Kvyat has got a 100% points scoring record in his Formula 1 career!Read Article
Sebastian Vettel claims Red Bull are “making bigger steps” than Mercedes after he finished third at the Malaysia Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa has struck a defiant stance against his failure to heed Williams team orders in the Malaysia GP and insisted he “did the right thing” in not letting Valtteri Bottas overtake him.
A contrite Kevin Magnussen has apologised to his McLaren team after “messing” things up in Malaysia…
Lotus' Romain Grosjean finished in eleventh position after a hot and humid Malaysian Grand Prix, whilst Pastor Maldonado was forced to make an early retirement to prevent damage to his Renault Sport F1 power unit.
Despite more points it was the same story for Fernando Alonso in Malaysia as he again called for more speed from Ferrari…
Daniel Ricciardo must feel the F1 gods have it in for him after he was handed a 10-place grid penalty following the Malaysian GP…
Sebastian Vettel says it is “up to” Red Bull how quickly they close the gap after joining the Merc drivers on the Sepang podium
There was a great sense of relief for Lewis Hamilton as he crossed the finish line at Sepang after he secured his maiden Malaysian Grand Prix victory…
Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull were left scratching their heads following the Malaysian GP after the Australian suffered a broken front wing…
The team look back on the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix…Read Article
Hollywood actor Benedict Cumberbatch stages post-race interviews on podium in Sepang to much surprise at Malaysian GP
All the thrills, spills and incidents as the Silver Arrows dominate from start to finish on a hot and sweaty afternoon in Malaysia
Mercedes will celebrate for about “about half an hour” before getting down to business after claiming a 1-2 in the Malaysian Grand Prix…
The Brit controlled proceedings from start to finish, with teammate Nico Rosberg coming second with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel third
Lewis Hamilton has ignited his bid to win a second F1 World Championship with a commanding victory in the Malaysia GP as Mercedes claimed their first one-two success since 1955.
There were points in the Malaysian Grand Prix for Jenson Button, Felipe Massa, Valtteri Bottas, Kevin Magnussen and Daniil Kvyat…
Lewis Hamilton claimed his first-ever Malaysian Grand Prix victory, taking a commanding win ahead of Nico Rsoberg and Seb Vettel…
Comfortable pole-to-flag triumph for Briton as Mercedes complete one-two at Malaysian GP with Sebastian Vettel third
Lewis Hamilton has won the second Grand Prix of 2014 by dominating the Malaysian Grand Prix. His Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg ran the entire race in second place, fending off Sebastian Vettel who completes the podium.
Red Bull could drop their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian GP disqualification due to Sebastian Vettel’s sweary outburst against the new sound of F1, according to reports.
Bernie Ecclestone says he would not rule out Dietrich Mateschitz following through on his threat to walk away from Formula One…
Bernie Ecclestone says he would not rule out Dietrich Mateschitz following through on his threat to walk away from Formula One…
Lewis Hamilton wins the Malaysian Grand Prix after a dominate weekend for Mercedes who take their first 1-2 since 1955 as Rosberg finishes second.
Follow lap-by-lap coverage of the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpar, on Sunday, March 30, 2014. Race starts at 09.00 (GMT)
The Mercedes ace revelled in the rainy conditions in Sepang to equal Jim Clark’s 46-year record for a British F1 driver of 33 poles – now hopes his car doesn’t fail again
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Lewis Hamilton narrowly pips Sebastian Vettel in qualifying Briton claims 33rd pole in Formula OneLewis Hamilton looked strangely reposeful so soon after the elation of winning his 33rd …
Jenson Button insists McLaren are making progress with their car, even though they appeared to tread water during wet qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen had a reasonable qualifying and will start the Malaysian GP from 4th and 6th respectively. Alonso was lucky to be able to rejoin qualifying after incurring suspension damage while Raikkonen is happy with 6th, knowing he had some problems with the full wet tyres.
The Sepang International Circuit threw up an all too familiar challenge today, with torrential rain arriving right on cue for the start of the crucial qualifying session. Marussia's Jules Bianchi ended the day in 19th position with a best lap of 2:02.702, while Max Chilton achieved a time of 2:04.388 and was 21st.
McLaren had a difficult Saturday in preparation for the Malaysian Grand Prix tomorrow. After sensor issues in FP3, both drivers said they were unable to extract the maximum out of their cars during qualifying.
A wet Saturday afternoon in Sepang saw Sahara Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg qualify in seventh place with teammate Sergio Perez ending the session in P14.
Lewis Hamilton qualified on pole position with Nico Rosberg in third place after a closely contested qualifying session for the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix. Heavy downpours at the Sepang International Circuit delayed the start of the session by 50 minutes, with wet conditions remaining throughout.
Caterham had no reason to be happy after another troubled qualifying session. Kamui Kobayashi encountered further technical issues that limited his running while Marcus Ericsson made his the barriers due to a mistake on his final flying lap.
Red Bull Racing had a strong qualifying session today at Malaysia with this time Sebastian Vettel qualifying on the front row of the grid. Daniel Ricciardo ran trouble free to a solid 5th best time.
Scuderia Toro Rosso confirmed its Australian qualifying pace as Jean-Eric Vergne again qualified in the top 10 by going 9th fastest. Team mate Daniil Kvyat was narrowly pushed out of Q3 by Vergne and he will start the Malaysian Grand Prix from 11th.
There were mixed feelings for the Sauber F1 Team during a rainy qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix in Sepang: While Esteban was 12th, Adrian has to be satisfied with 18th on the grid because of a red flag on his last lap.
Fernando Alonso has thanked his mechanics for a “fantastic” job that put him back on track in qualifying for the Malaysian GP…
Lotus' Romain Grosjean will start from sixteenth and Pastor Maldonado seventeenth after a wet and wild rain-delayed qualifying session at the Sepang International Circuit for the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa qualified 13th and Valtteri Bottas 15th for tomorrow's Malaysian Grand Prix in a rain affected qualifying session. Both cars struggled for rear grip in the wet conditions.
Fernando Alonso said he had never been so happy with fourth place on the grid after admitting he was fortunate to complete qualifying after damaging his Ferrari in contract with an “aggressive” Daniil Kvyat.
Valtteri Bottas has been hit with a three-place grid penalty for impeding Daniel Ricciardo in qualifying for the Malaysia GP.