This year marks the first time since 2014 that Mercedes haven't won at least one of the first three races in a Formula 1 season. 2018 has been dominated by Ferrari and Red Bull, despite common feelings that “Mercedes had something in hand” - if you listen to former Williams Technical Director, Pat Symonds.
In this video, you'll find out what 'officially' happened between the team-mates at Toro Rosso during the Chinese Grand Prix...
Kimi Raikkonen described his Chinese Grand Prix as "painful" and it's not hard to understand why. After the first lap, Raikkonen had dropped from his front-row grid slot to a meager fourth. Then, when he emerged from his solitary pit stop on lap 27, the Ferrari was down in an effective P6...
Another race. Another Verstappen incident. Another wave of fans defending the young gun. He's ruined his and Red Bull's race results through self-error in every single race during 2018. Maybe it's time for him to take a sabbatical?
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After qualifying in a lowly P4 for the Chinese Grand Prix, leaving Sebastian Vettel to take a stunning pole position, Lewis Hamilton has conceded that victory in tomorrow's race will be unlikely.
Ferrari Team Principal Maurizio Arrivabene has remained completely silent over Ferrari's perspective on future Formula 1 regulations, after multiple journalists raised the issue during the Chinese Grand Prix Friday Press Conference.
Have you caught up with Toto Wolff's thoughts ahead of this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix?
Ferrari may be two-from-two in the 2018 Formula 1 season, but their driver and current World Championship Leader, Sebastian Vettel, believes the Scuderia must still "improve" to be the best team in this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
Formula 1's currently tied championship leader, Sebastian Vettel, has praised the overtaking abilities of the new 2017 generation of cars, telling media after the Chinese Grand Prix, "I like this way of overtaking."
Only 6.250s separated Lewis Hamilton from Sebastian Vettel when they crossed the finish line for the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix.
In this video we go on board with Lewis Hamilton for his pole lap around the sensational Shanghai International Circuit for the Chinese Grand Prix, Round 2 of the 2017 Formula 1 World Championship.
The speed trap from Chinese Grand Prix qualifying has shown that McLaren's struggling Honda power unit is extremely, and somewhat shockingly, slow.
Friday in Shanghai saw limited running for Formula 1 teams as foggy conditions forced no running at all during the second free practice session.
It's no lie that Red Bull struggled to make any impressions on the front of the field during recent the Australian Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo suffered technical gremlins during the race while Max Verstappen managed to hold on for an unconvincing 5th place.