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Perez hopes to make up for Sepang snooze
Force India's Sergio Perez hoped Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix would mark the real start of his Formula One season after dismissing last weekend's Malaysian race as "boring" on Thursday. Read full article
Hamilton, Rosberg eye Bahrain
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg put Mercedes' early season dominance to its first true test Sunday at the floodlit Bahrain Grand Prix on a track where both drivers have always struggled. Read full article
Ogier, Latvala title fight moves to Algarve
Portugal's picturesque Algarve tourist region forms the backdrop for the fourth leg of the world rally championship with world champion Sebastien Ogier defending a wafer thin lead in the drivers' standings. Read full article
Ferrari boss calls for swift improvement
Ferrari are under pressure to improve their Formula One car quickly after a stuttering start in order give Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen a realistic world title chance, according to Stefano Domenicali. Read full article
Abu Dhabi circuit chief defends double points
Abu Dhabi's circuit chief has defended Formula One's decision to award double points for the final grand prix of the 2014 season, which the UAE capital will stage in November. Read full article
Mercedes march on, Red Bull closing in
With two wins from two races under their belt in the new Formula One season, Mercedes are powering confidently toward another speedster's paradise in Bahrain this week. Read full article
Magnussen sorry for rookie error
McLaren new boy Kevin Magnussen apologised to his team on Sunday after a rookie error which ruined his Malaysian Grand Prix – and that of Kimi Raikkonen – just a fortnight after his sensational F1 debut. Read full article
Flying Mercedes' only worry is complacency
Mercedes worried only about becoming complacent on Sunday as they celebrated two wins in two races and a first one-two finish since 1955. Read full article
Bottas frustrated after Massa defies orders
Team orders triggered another Malaysian Grand Prix controversy on Sunday, with Brazilian Felipe Massa defiant after refusing to obey an instruction to let Williams teammate Valtteri Bottas overtake. Read full article
Troubled Ricciardo smiles through adversity
Red Bull boss Christian Horner had high praise for Daniel Ricciardo Sunday after the Australian driver hit problem after problem at the Malaysian Grand Prix and still came out smiling. Read full article
Massa stands by decision to ignore team orders
Williams driver Felipe Massa is standing by his decision to ignore team orders to let teammate Valtteri Bottas pass him in the closing stages of Sunday's Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix. Read full article
Ricciardo handed 10-place grid penalty
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo was handed a 10 place grid penalty for next week's Bahrain Grand Prix after Formula One stewards ruled he had left the pits in an unsafe manner in Sunday's Malaysian race. Read full article
Hamilton wins Malaysian GP
Britain's Lewis Hamilton won the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, taking a pole-to-flag victory ahead of Nico Rosberg in a first one-two for Mercedes since they returned to Formula One as a works team in 2010. Read full article
Malaysian GP: Live Blog
Welcome to our interactive coverage of the second Formula One race of the season. Read full article
Mh370, rain clouds loom over Malaysian GP
Teams and spectators will pause to remember victims of the mysterious MH370 plane disappearance on Sunday in a sombre start to a Malaysian Grand Prix which looks likely to be packed with incident. Read full article
Bottas first F1 driver to get penalty points
Williams' Valtteri Bottas on Saturday became the first Formula One driver to pick up penalty points under a new driving licence-style system introduced this season. Read full article
Tyre gamble fails to pay off for Button
A gamble on tyres failed to pay off for McLaren's Jenson Button but the former Formula One world champion remained positive he could still threaten from 10th if the rain persisted at the Malaysian Grand Prix. Read full article
Alonso delighted to qualify on second row
Fernando Alonso, a three times winner in Malaysia, was happy with fourth place on the starting grid on Saturday after steering his battered Ferrari through the rain. Read full article
Red Bull 'fired up' says resurgent Vettel
Sebastian Vettel said his Red Bull team were "fired up" and ready to challenge Mercedes after he recovered from his recent problems to place second in Malaysian Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday. Read full article
Hamilton on pole for Malaysian GP
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton made it two poles in two races after emerging unscathed from an incident-packed and rain-hit Malaysian Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday. Read full article
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