Daniel Ricciardo admitted his entirely unexpected frontrow result on his Red Bull debut in Melbourne would do wonders for his confidence after the local hero conclusively outperformed World Champion team-mate Sebastian Vettel in their first qualifying head-to-head.
McLaren believe they can still finish on the podium in the season-opening Australian GP after Kevin Magnussen compensated for Jenson Button’s qualifying misfortune with an assured debut display.
The Mercedes driver’s 32nd pole in eight years equalled the career record of top Brit Nigel Mansell
Failing to make it into Q3, Sebastian Vettel has revealed he “struggled for driveability” of his RB10 in the rain…
Dan Ricciardo was arguably the happiest man in the paddock on Saturday evening as the Aussie secured his first front row grid slot and did it at home…
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Red Bull driver second between Mercedes duo on Australian GP grid; champion Vettel will start from 12th
Lewis Hamilton was delighted to emerge with pole from an “extremely difficult” rain-hit Australian GP but is left hoping for a dry race as he attempts to ignite his title challenge with a season-opening victory.
As if there wasn’t enough uncertainty, thanks to the new technical rules that have made running these cars a far more complex exercise than in the past, this afternoon, we also had the rain to contend with in Albert Park…Read Article
Despite missing out on a front wrong grid slot in Melbourne, Nico Rosberg reckons he didn’t do much wrong – but he also didn’t get it all right…
The team react to Jean-Eric and Daniil’s superb start to the season here in Melbourne, after both secured a top-10 place on the grid for tomorrow’s race…Read Article
Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position for the Australian Grand Prix, beating Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Rosberg…
Lewis Hamilton has taken pole for the Australian Grand Prix, managing the tricky wet circuit at Melbourne. Home driver Daniel Ricciardo managed to post the second time while World Champion Sebastian Vettel is down in 13th.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton will start the Australian GP on pole after defying the Albert Park crowd by snatching P1 from home favourite Daniel Ricciardo on an ultra-impressive debut for the Red Bull youngster and F1′s new era.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton will start the Australian GP on pole after defying the Albert Park crowd by snatching P1 from home favourite Daniel Ricciardo on an ultra-impressive debut for the Red Bull youngster and F1′s new era.
German Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has kept his team in the lead by going more than a second faster than the competition during the final practice session of the Australian Grand Prix weekend.
Nico Rosberg set the pace in final practice for the Australian GP ahead of Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton.
The two STR 9s ended up eleventh and thirteenth at the end of the final hour of free practice for the Australian Grand Prix, with Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne respectively.Read Article
Rule changes set to herald changing of guard on track while Bernie Ecclestone’s fate in bribery trial threatens sport’s future
Briton’s promising performance underlines Formula One power shift as Mercedes star records fastest time in first practice session
How does current champions Sebastian Vettel compare with the greats of the past like Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna or Juan Manual Fangio?
Lotus F1 Team today announced the appointment of Federico Gastaldi as the new Deputy Team Principal. Promoted from within the team, Gastaldi has worked for Lotus F1 Team since 2010 as Director of Business Development as the most recent role in a long relationship with Enstone.
Practice at the Australian Grand Prix highlights Lewis Hamilton’s pace while Red Bull enjoy their ‘first proper feel for the car’The slow whistle from the new turbo engines is like …
Practice at the Australian Grand Prix highlights Lewis Hamilton’s pace while Red Bull enjoy their ‘first proper feel for the car’The slow whistle from the new turbo engines is …
Martin Brundle’s team guide to the Formula One season has Mercedes out in front with Williams also looking impressiveMercedes The favourites for the title. They’ve made the most …
Hamilton and his team-mate Nico Rosberg blew the field away to make it a Mercedes one-two during Friday’s practice in Melbourne
Wild racing, tweaked qualifying, lively cars, young guns in the cockpit and new circuits have given F1 an exciting makeover1 It will be unpredictableThe fans are bored with …
Formula 1 drivers Sebastian Vettel, Felipe Massa and Jules Bianchi are wearing Schumacher’s signature on their helmets in Australia as a tribute to their racing colleague
Console games like Gran Turismo are becoming ever more like the real thing. How long will it be before we see our first F1 competitor who learnt his trade on a console rather than on the track?
Both Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo showed relief on their faces after completing the Friday free practice sessions. The Red Bull drivers said to be happy that, contrary to expectations, their cars ran well and didn't show any problems.
Lotus' Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado endured a frustrating first day of the 2014 season with the E22 at the Australian Grand Prix in Albert Park with both drivers completing limited time on track.
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Ferrari’s sponsor Shell has created a new documentary about the Ferrari power train (numbered 059/3) which had its premiere at an event attended by the Scuderia’s two drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso. After tackling a novel race aboard bicycles linked to dynamos that sped two Ferrari models along an electric track, the pair were quizzed by journalists on the coming race weekend. Kimi Raikkonen emphasised one of the aspects of the Australian race
Romain Grosjean says he will take part in third practice for the Australian GP, having joked on Thursday that Lotus’s reliability woes meant he was probably better off staying in bed.
But it wasn’t without problems for the Brit, who said: “It was really strange because when I was at the test you just get out and its feels easier”
Fernando Alonso feels F1 is still in the dark over the pecking order despite putting in the laps on Friday…
Predictions competition: Have a read of Daniel Johnson’s thoughts and then tell us who you think will be on podium this weekend in Melbourne
Sebastian Vettel admits it was a “big relief” to have such a productive day in Melbourne after Red Bull’s difficult pre-season…
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas are both confident there’s more to come from Williams, even if they didn’t set headline-grabbing times in opening practice for the Australian GP.
• Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in second place• Red Bull boost as Sebastian Vettel comes fourthIt was the start new season and a totally new look …
The F1 Team Principals have defended the new quieter sound of Formula 1 following widespread fan criticism during the first practice sessions of the new season in Australia.
Lewis Hamilton is confident he will not suffer a repeat of the problem that brought his W05 to a halt on his installation lap in Friday’s first practice…
Lewis Hamilton looks well set to claim pole position at the advent of F1′s new turbo era after setting the fastest time in Friday’s practice sessions for the Australian GP.
Mercedes driver breaks down halfway through his first lap, but goes on to set fastest time of day in Melbourne
Lewis Hamilton emerged atop of the timesheet during second practice for the Australian Grand Prix on Friday afternoon. The Briton clocked a best time of 1:29.625, leading his teammate Nico Rosberg, despite failing to complete a timed lap in first practice due to an oil pressure alarm.
Formula One’s traditional powerhouses came to the fore in Australia with Merc claiming the 1-2 in FP2 ahead of Ferrari…
Lewis Hamilton bounced back from his false start to the 2014 season to top a Practice Two session in Australia in which Mercedes strengthened their status as favourites for victory and Red Bull showed the first glimpses of an unexpectedly swift recovery.
Daniil and Jean-Eric provide their thoughts on the inaugural Free Practice sessions of the 2014 season here in Melbourne…Read Article
After all the hype and the worry about the revolutionary new 2014 cars, we ended up watching an almost normal first day of free practice here in Albert Park. Read Article
As the Formula One 2014 Championship season finally roared to life today at Melbourne Park with the first free practice session of the Australian GP, Ferrari's Fernando Alonso ended on top of the time sheets. The Spaniard was followed by Jenson Button and Valtteri Bottas.
Watch Lewis Hamilton’s extended pre-season chat with Sky Sports F1′s Simon Lazenby in full.