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Malaysia post-race press conference
F1: Vettel says heat key to beating Mercedes
Sebastian Vettel thinks the hot temperatures of the Malaysian Grand Prix were key in helping him and Ferrari beat Mercedes to a shock Formula 1 win. The German delivered a stunning ...
F1: Wolff says pace, not strategy was decisive
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 tires under the safety car. Lewis ...
F1: Force India drivers say penalties unfair
Force India Formula 1 drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg both felt their penalties for collisions in the Malaysian Grand Prix were undeserved. The pair were given 10-second time penalties in ...
F1: Red Bull to investigate brake issues
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. The Australian ...
F1: Raikkonen disappointed by another "poor" weekend
Kimi Raikkonen says he had a "poor" Malaysian Grand Prix, despite finishing fourth for the Ferrari Formula 1 team at Sepang. The Finn's weekend took a turn for a worse in ...
F1: Mercedes drivers blame strategy and balance
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. Mercedes chose... ...
F1: Power unit problems cost McLaren
The McLaren Formula 1 team says problems with power unit components were to blame for the retirements of Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Button was stopped ...
Comini, Gene become first TCR F1 support winners
Stefano Comini and Jordi Gene shared the victories as the new TCR International touring car series held its inaugural races on Formula 1's support bill at the Malaysian Grand Prix. A ...
Malaysia extends F1 deal to 2018
The Sepang International Circuit has extended its contract to stage Formula 1's Malaysian Grand Prix for a further three years. The Malaysian GP will continue to be held at the venue ...