Sky F1's Simon Lazenby on an emotional tumult in Malaysia as Ferrari's new main man provides F1 with the perfect tonic.
The creation of a separate world championship for women would be a retrograde step, say the guests on this week’s F1 Midweek Report.
Sky's Rachel Brookes on why the season warmed up in more ways than one in Sepang as the F1 treadmill cranked up a gear...
Toto Wolff says Mercedes do operate a pay structure but says this hasn’t caused problems during Lewis Hamilton contract talks.
Cyril Abiteboul says Ferrari’s win in Malaysia gives the French manufacturer hope that it might also close on Mercedes.
Martin Brundle reviews a gripping Malaysia GP and finds himself particularly impressed by Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel.
We look at how the drivers are faring in their intra-team qualifying and race battles after the opening two rounds of 2015.
Lewis Hamilton doesn't believe that Mercedes made a mistake in pitting under the early Safety Car in the Malaysia GP.
Sebastian Vettel was quick to admit his first Ferrari win was made extra-special by their association with Michael Schumacher.
Rewrite, rewrite! F1 is back in business as Ferrari beat Mercedes fair and square and Sebastian Vettel a driver reborn.
In a dramatic turnaround, Sebastian Vettel was heralded as the saviour of F1 after ending the dominance of Mercedes.
Bernie Ecclestone has suggested creating a women's world championship to run alongside Formula 1 on race weekends.
Max Verstappen becomes the youngest points scorer in F1 history and Carlos Sainz fights through to eighth in Malaysia.
The Malaysia GP brought a double retirement for McLaren-Honda but Jenson Button insists he was happy with the race.
Sergio Perez, Nico Hulkenberg and Pastor Maldonado have all had penalty points added to their licences in Malaysia.
Did Mercedes make the wrong call? Does Ferrari's SF15-T have the pace of Mercedes' W06? Is Sebastian Vettel 'back'?
"We beat them fair and square," declared Vettel - and the Sky F1 pundits agree that Ferrari had the edge on Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel has targeted the world title after claiming a sensational win in Malaysia to ignite the 2015 season.
Mercedes' Toto Wolff admitted Ferrari's impressive win at Sepang was good news for F1 and a "wake-up call" to his team.
Sebastian Vettel spectacularly announced Ferrari's return as an F1 force by beating Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at Sepang.
Martin Brundle chats to Kimi Raikkonen's trainer Mark Arnall about driver fitness in Formula 1.