Valtteri Bottas says he is “mad” at himself after he hit the wall on the exit of turn ten whilst on the tail of Fernando Alonso.
Merc are super quick, Vettel is super peeved and the cars sound like hairdryers on wheels
If Daniel Ricciardo was allowed to bet on F1 races he would probably have lost a lot of cash on the outcome of his Australian GP…
McLaren topped their miserable 2013 campaign in one fell swoop at the season-opening Australian GP as they returned to the podium for the for the first time in 16 months and took an early lead of the Constructors’ Championship – a result Jenson Button admits is a big early 2014 boost for the team.
The team look back on a great day in Melbourne, after Jean-Eric and Daniil both finished the 2014 Australian Grand Prix in the points…Read Article
The team look back on a great day in Melbourne, after Jean-Eric and Daniil both finished the 2014 Australian Grand Prix in the points…Read Article
Although his first grand prix of the season was undone by an engine failure, Lewis Hamilton is refusing to let it get him down…
Nico Rosberg could not have asked for a better way to kick off his 2014 campaign as he blew the field away at the season-opener in Australia…
Mercedes driver wins Australian GP with Red Bull’s Ricciardo second and McLaren’s Magnussen third. Hamilton and Vettel retire early with cyclinder and engine trouble
Nico Rosberg secured the opening win of the season in Australia while for Daniel Ricciardo and Kevin Magnussen it was a first visit to the podium…
Nico Rosberg has won the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne, comfortably leading throughout the entire race. Country hero Daniel Ricciardo finished second while rookie Kevin Magnussen finished in third place.
Lewis Hamilton has sought to put a brave face on the bitter disappointment of being forced to retire from the Australian GP due to an engine malfunction.
Sebastian Vettel’s start of his title defence lasted just five laps before engine problems forced him to retire from the Australian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel’s conceded he was unsure how long Red Bull’s lingering reliability issues would take to resolve after the start of his title defence lasted just five laps in the Australian GP.
Sebastian Vettel has confirmed that it was an engine failure that put him out of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix…
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Daniel Ricciardo compares his incredible day job to that of a Royal Australian Air Force Pilot with a runaround at a regional Air Force Base in Australia. Daniel and F/A-18 Hornet pilot, FLTLT Michael Keightley got the adrenaline pumping with an occupation comparison of larger-than-life proportions. It can be argued that both have two of the best careers in the world
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The British world champion remembers competing with two of Formula One’s most compelling characters in riskier daysDeep shadows stretch across Formula One as a new season is marked …
The Mercedes F1 driver visited critically ill children in a Melbourne hospital ahead of the Australian Grand Prix and says he is grateful for where life has taken him
The new calendar is drawing ever closer, with new cars, new drivers and rule changes promising one of the most exciting campaigns in recent years
After lengthy discussions on thorny issue of team orders, Mercedes give drivers green light to push each other hard on track in season opener
• Vettel out of top-10 for first time since September 2012• Vettel’s team-mate Ricciardo second behind Lewis HamiltonSebastian Vettel came to Albert Park looking for his fifth straight Formula …
Kimi Raikkonen has revealed that he was actually head back into the pits when he crashed in Saturday’s qualifying for the Australian GP…
Kimi Raikkonen has revealed that he was actually head back into the pits when he crashed in Saturday’s qualifying for the Australian GP…
Sebastian Vettel and McLaren’s Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso warn FIA race director Charlie Whiting that aggressive fuel saving technique to slow down at corners could cause collisions
The British driver out-qualified teammate Jules Bianchi for only the third time but wet weather continued to cause chaos as he missed out, finishing in 17th
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso was reasonably happy with fifth place after today's qualifying for the Australian Grand PRix. Team mate Kimi Raikkonen made a mistake in the treacherous conditions right at the end of Q2, clipping the wall with the front of his F14 T which meant he was a spectator for rest of the afternoon.
Lewis Hamilton claimed pole position in qualifying at Albert Park this evening, with Nico Rosberg also finishing in the top three. Lewis scored the 100th pole position for Mercedes-Benz power in Formula One, a record dating back to 1954.
McLaren were happy with the rain during today's qualifying as their car wasn't that quick in normal dry conditions. Kevin Magnussion exploited that well to take 4th on tomorrow's grid while Jenson Button had bad luck with a yellow flag, putting him 10th on the grid.
A new season might be underway but a familiar picture is emerging at Ferrari, with Fernando Alonso admitting after qualifying for the Australian GP that they have a clear performance deficit to pacesetters Mercedes.
Daniel Ricciardo delivered an unexpected performance for Red Bull Racing. The Australian driver mastered the wet conditions at his home event to qualify second. Team mate Sebastian Vettel struggled with driveability on his engine setting and will start the Australian Grand Prix from 13th.
The Englishman will start 12th on the grid in Sunday’s race but new McLaren driver Kevin Magnussen claimed a top four spot
The four-time world champion finished in 13th as he failed to keep up with the pace setters in qualifying for the opening grand prix of 2014
Lotus' Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado will start from the back of the grid for the season opening Australian Grand Prix after a tough and trying qualifying session at Albert Park. Romain completed six laps in Q1, however a mapping issue prevented him from setting a lap faster than the 21st quickest.
Felipe Massa finished ninth and Valtteri Bottas 15th for tomorrow's Australian Grand Prix in a changeable qualifying session at Albert Park. Both cars looked competitive in the dry conditions, but struggled for grip in the wet on the intermediate tyre.
Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi qualified his car in 15th position for the Australian Grand Prix while Marcus Ericsson proved happy positioning 20th in his first ever F1 qualifying session.
Sahara Force India enjoyed a strong showing in Melbourne as Nico Hulkenberg qualified in seventh place for tomorrow’s Australian Grand Prix. Teammate Sergio Perez qualified in 16th position.
It was a solid first qualifying session of the season for Toro Rosso, as the team and its drivers exploited the difficult weather conditions to their optimum, qualifying 6th and 8th for tomorrow's Australian Grand Prix.
Qualifying for the Austrian GP turned out to be difficult for Sauber. After Esteban Gutiérrez missed out on the third free practice, because of a gearbox change, he qualified P19 and, in addition, receives a grid penalty. Adrian Sutil was satisfied that qualifying went without any problems and is happy with P14 for the moment.
Lewis Hamilton believes opting not to swap to the intermediate tyres is what gave him the advantage in Saturday’s Australian GP qualifying…
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…