Marc Priestley and Mark Gillan join Natalie in the studio to review Mercedes v Ferrari in Bahrain
Martin Brundle defends the return of sparks to F1 after a thrilling floodlit Bahrain GP.
Ted Kravitz explains what happened to every driver during an eventful Bahrain GP.
Rachel Brookes on hosting that press conference in China, and what you didn't see on the drivers' parade in Shanghai...
Lewis learns to win the boring way, Ferrari failed to give Raikkonen a winning strategy, and Eric Boullier speaks out...
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The F1 cars sparkled under the floodlights in Bahrain, but what is causing sparks from the rear of the cars in 2015?
The Chinese GP is probably not a fan favourite. But with the country’s economy now the world’s largest it's here to stay
We look at how the drivers are faring in their intra-team qualifying and race battles after the opening four rounds of 2015.
Ted goes below the surface of the SF15-T to explain why Ferrari are flying after a grim 2014.
Martin Brundle on the fallout at Merc and his anger at the inability of F1 cars to follow closely.
F1 heads to the desert for the first floodlit race of the season at the Bahrain International Circuit.
Hamilton and Verstappen star as Grosjean returns to the points while Maldonado heads into negative territory...
Nico Rosberg loses the race and then loses the plot in the press conference to make Lewis Hamilton a double victory.
Ted Kravitz brings you all the news from the paddock after tensions flared during the Chinese GP.
Mercedes remain a class apart in qualifying, Kimi Raikkonen at risk of reduced status, and slow progress for McLaren.
With just four power units available for the 2015 season, which drivers no longer have a full complement?
Why Mercedes and Nico Rosberg will be desperate to impress in Shanghai, while Fernando Alonso wants to keep on smiling.
Everything you need to know about this weekend's race as F1 heads to the Shanghai International Circuit .
Simon Lazenby on an emotional tumult in Malaysia as Ferrari's new main man gave F1 the perfect tonic