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Should F1 change start times?
Claire Williams believes F1 should consider running European races later in the day in order to increase the sport's popularity.
'Vettel has his mojo back'
Sebastian Vettel has his mojo back and Ferrari exploited a chink in Mercedes’ armour, according to F1 Midweek Report guests Mark Hutcheson and John Watson.
Hamilton backs Mercedes calls
Lewis Hamilton doesn't believe that Mercedes made a mistake in pitting under the early safety car in the Malaysia Grand Prix and says he has "full confidence" in their decision making.
'Seb breathes new life into F1'
What a difference two years make – after four successive titles, Sebastian Vettel was said to be making F1 boring. Yet after Sunday’s victory The Sun declared that ‘Seb can save F1’.
Penalty points for three drivers
Force India drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg have both had two penalty points added to the super licences after their respective crashes in Malaysia.
How Vettel beat Mercedes
After qualifying behind Lewis Hamilton in wet conditions on Saturday, Sebastian Vettel thought victory was possible but suggested that more rain on race day was what he and Ferrari really needed. As it was, the win came in baking hot conditions. So how did they manage it and what does it mean?
Victorious Vettel targets title
Sebastian Vettel has targeted the world championship after claiming a sensational victory in the Malaysia GP to ignite the 2015 season.
Wolff: A good day for F1
Mercedes' Toto Wolff admitted that Ferrari's return to the winner's circle represented a "good day for Formula 1" with their victory giving a "wake-up call" to the world champions.
Vettel beats Mercedes for win
Sebastian Vettel spectacularly announced Ferrari's return as a Formula 1 force by beating the Mercedes drivers to win an absorbing Malaysia GP.
The Malaysia Grand Prix - Recap
Grosjean demoted to 10th
Lotus’s Romain Grosjean has been demoted two grid positions at the Malaysia GP for a pitlane infringement during the rain-hit qualifying session.
Alonso stands by McLaren move
Fernando Alonso has insisted that results at the start of the new F1 season have justified his decision to leave Ferrari for McLaren.
Lewis welcomes Ferrari threat
Lewis Hamilton has welcomed the threat from Ferrari in Malaysia despite nearly losing pole position to Sebastian Vettel in a turbulent qualifying session at Sepang.
Hamilton takes Malaysia pole
Lewis Hamilton has taken pole position for the Malaysia GP ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg.
Five things we learnt
P3: Rosberg ahead of Hamilton
Nico Rosberg was fastest in the third and final practice session for the Malaysia GP as Mercedes beat Ferrari by over half a second.
Progress for struggling McLaren
Despite remaining almost three seconds off the pace, McLaren are optimistic they are closing in on the midfield pack after a small but significant improvement in Friday practice at Sepang.
Ferrari close gap to Mercedes
Mercedes are under genuine threat from Ferrari in the Malaysia GP, according to the Sky Sports F1 punditry team.
Hamilton chasing more speed
Lewis Hamilton admits Ferrari’s strong pace relative to Mercedes in practice at Sepang came as a surprise but says he has plenty of improvements to find after a disjointed opening day.
P1: Mixed fortunes at Mercedes
The Mercedes drivers suffered a Practice One of sharply contrasting fortunes at the Malaysia GP as Nico Rosberg set the pace while Lewis Hamilton ran into engine problems inside four laps.