26 MARCH 2017

Race Report - The horse prances down under

Australian GP - Race Report
By Dan Knutson in Melbourne

Race Notes - Vettel wins Australia for Ferrari

Australian GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

Sunday Photos

Australian GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

Australian GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

Australian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

Australian GP - Race Results

Sauber talks start amid McLaren-Honda split rumours

McLaren and Honda could now be on a fast track to F1 divorce.

Giovinazzi can change his life on Sunday

Former F1 driver Vitantonio Liuzzi has hailed the return to the grid of an Italian driver.

Alonso could quit McLaren mid-season says Webber

Mark Webber thinks his long-time F1 friend Fernando Alonso could soon quit McLaren.

Drivers happy with 8G new-generation F1 cars

F1 drivers say the cars of 2017 are living up to expectations.

Lowe defends Stroll amid bad debut F1 weekend

Paddy Lowe has leapt to Lance Stroll's defence, as the teen rookie struggles through his first race in formula one.

Suspension not reason for Red Bull struggle says Verstappen

Max Verstappen says Red Bull's place as the third force behind Mercedes and Ferrari has been made obvious to the world in Melbourne.

25 MARCH 2017

Qualifying Report - It's a new lap record!

Australian GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Melbourne

Saturday Press Conference

Australian GP - Saturday Press Conference

Saturday Photos

Australian GP - Saturday Photos

Saturday Team Quotes

Australian GP - Saturday Team Quotes

Wehrlein sure of Sauber return in China

Pascal Wehrlein on Saturday said he is confident he will be fit enough to return to his Sauber in China.

Qualifying Results

Australian GP - Qualifying Results

Honda engine rebuild to take two months

Honda has acknowledged the need to rebuild its hapless 2017 power unit.

Jos Verstappen fears for Vandoorne career

Jos Verstappen has added to the widespread criticism of McLaren's hapless works engine partner Honda.

Alonso rules out quitting amid Honda crisis

Fernando Alonso has ruled out calling it quits amid the McLaren-Honda crisis.

Practice 3 Report - Only third best

Australian GP - Practice 3 ReportBy Dan Knutson in Melbourne

Practice 3 Results

Australian GP - Practice 3 Results

Brawn ready to fight as pecking order unfurls

Ross Brawn says he will be keeping an eagle-eye on the track in 2017, starting with this weekend's Australian grand prix.

Mercedes removes trick suspension voluntarily

Mercedes has "voluntarily" removed its controversial suspension system for the Australian grand prix.

McLaren can win without Honda says Coulthard

Former McLaren driver David Coulthard has hinted the great British team must contemplate dumping Honda.

Ecclestone hopes for strong Ferrari in Australia

Bernie Ecclestone is not in Melbourne, but from a distance he made clear his fingers are crossed for a strong Ferrari in the 2017 season opener.

Lauda hails pink F1 sponsor publicity coup

Niki Lauda has hailed the publicity coup pulled off by Force India and its new major sponsor.

Giovinazzi taking over Wehrlein seat for Melbourne

Pascal Wehrlein is feeling that his fitness level is not up to the task of participating in the Australian Grand Prix this weekend and will pull out of the event and be replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi.

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Straight Talk - Finding the right balance

By Luis Vasconcelos

News that both the Russian and the Canadian Grand Prix have extended their current deals for very long periods of time are a clear sign Liberty Media didn't come to Formula One to spend time looking around at how the business has been run and then come up with a long-term plan on how to proceed.

Sideview Cartoon - Christmas at Mercedes

By Carlo Baffi

Christmas at Mercedes

Straight Talk - When safety gets in the way of racing

By Luis Vasconcelos

What a shame those exciting last five laps of the Mexican Grand Prix were completely destroyed by red tape. When we should all be talking about the tremendous battle Sebastian Vettel and the two Red Bull drivers engaged in, everywhere on social media the subjects are the penalties handed to Max Verstappen and the German and then, of course, the use of very foul language by the four-times World Champion.

Sideview Cartoon - Mexican Grand Prix: Speedy Gonzales replaces Safety Car!

By Carlo Baffi

Mexican Grand Prix: Speedy Gonzales replaces Safety Car!

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