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Motorsport | Formula 1

Hamilton seeks positives after 'horrifying' race
Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton cast around for a silver lining after a "horrifying" Chinese Grand Prix weekend and found some solace in the numbers. Read full article
Rosberg wary of Hamilton backlash
Nico Rosberg is refusing to get ahead of himself after extending his perfect start to the 2016 Formula One season with a crushing victory at the Chinese Grand Prix. Read full article
Grosjean awoken from dream debut
Romain Grosjean was jolted awake from his dream start for Formula One newcomers Haas F1 by a nightmare Chinese Grand Prix. Read full article
Mercedes felt like four-poster bed - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes handled less like a finely-honed racing car and more like a "four-poster bed" after the world champion damaged it in a first-corner collision in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. Read full article
Vettel hits out at 'torpedo' Kvyat
Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat engaged in a verbal spat after Sunday's Chinese Formula One Chinese Grand Prix as the four-time champion blamed the Russian for pushing him into a collision with Kimi Raikkonen Read full article
Three out of three for Rosberg
Nico Rosberg stormed to victory in a chaotic Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, methodically completing a hat-trick of wins to extend his perfect start to the 2016 Formula One season. Read full article
LIVE F1 RACE – CHINA GP
Welcome to our live and interactive coverage of the 2016 Formula One season. Read full article
Rosberg looks to pile on pressure in China
Nico Rosberg will look to ram home his advantage over world champion Lewis Hamilton by extending his perfect start to the Formula One season in China on Sunday. Read full article
Button voices concern about pit incident
McLaren's Jenson Button has questioned why Chinese Grand Prix qualifying was not halted when a circuit car was parked in what he considered to be a dangerous position near the pitlane entrance. Read full article
Ferrari squander chance of front row
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel paid the price for mistakes in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday, just when a place on the front row seemed theirs for the taking. Read full article
Hulkenberg cops grid penalty
Nico Hulkenberg was handed a three-place starting grid penalty for Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix after the left front wheel on his Force India car came off during Saturday's qualifying. Read full article
Ricciardo bullish after China front row
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can give Ferrari a run for their money as they all chase race favourite Nico Rosberg in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. Read full article
Rosberg on pole, Lewis at the back
Nico Rosberg roared to pole position for Mercedes after holding off a furious challenge from a resurgent Ferrari in Saturday's qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. Read full article
Hamilton to start Chinese GP on back row
Triple Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton kept his calm and impressed Mercedes with his attitude after qualifying at the back of the Chinese Grand Prix starting grid on Saturday. Read full article
LIVE F1 QUALIFYING - CHINA GP
Welcome to our live and interactive coverage of the 216 Formula One season. Read full article
Vettel quickest in final practice
Sebastian Vettel set the pace for Ferrari in a wet final Chinese Grand Prix practice session that was marked by limited running on Saturday. Read full article
Business as usual for Force India
India's move to suspend embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya's diplomatic passport made headlines in Mumbai and New Delhi on Friday but it was business as usual for his Force India Formula One team in China. Read full article
Haas boss lays into F1 'whiners'
The boss of American-owned newcomers Hass launched a withering attack on "whining" Formula One rivals on Friday, blasting them as drama queens for crediting his team's success to their links with Ferrari. Read full article
Alonso admits to manageable pain
Fernando Alonso insisted there was "no risk" in allowing him to race at the Chinese Grand Prix after being given the all-clear on Friday following a horrific crash at the season-opener last month. Read full article
Ferrari surprise Mercedes in China
Ferrari struck a psychological blow ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix as Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel pipped the dominant Mercedes in Friday's second free practice Read full article
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