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FIA confirms 2015 calendar
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
Raikkonen: It'll take time
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted it will take a little longer before he feels completely comfortable with the F14 T - but is confident both he and Ferrari will eventually make a breakthrough.
Horner impressed by Ricciardo
Christian Horner has lauded the "enormously impressive" impact Daniel Ricciardo has made at Red Bull, despite the Australian being yet to officially register his first point of 2014.
'Lewis's statement of intent'
The dominant manner of Lewis Hamilton's Malaysia GP win has served as a big statement of intent in the 2014 title fight and significant early psychological blow to Nico Rosberg, according to the British press.
Lewis wary of Red Bull threat
Mercedes might have dominated the Malaysia GP but race winner Lewis Hamilton has called on them to up their pace in light of the imminent threat posed by resurgent Red Bull.
Hamilton jubilant after win
Lewis Hamilton has described the Mercedes W05 as the best car he's ever driven but says it's still too early to think about winning the World Championship despite scoring a dominant victory in Sunday's Malaysia GP.
Ricciardo suffers grid penalty
Sky Sports F1's pundits have expressed sympathy for Daniel Ricciardo after the Australian's nightmare Malaysia GP was compounded by a 'harsh' double punishment for Red Bull's unsafe pitstop release.
Driver reaction - Malaysia GP
The 22 drivers have their say on the action at the Sepang International Circuit where Lewis Hamilton took victory.
'Red Bull out-developing Merc'
Sebastian Vettel claims Red Bull are "making bigger steps" than Mercedes after he finished third at the Malaysia Grand Prix.
Massa: I did the right thing
Felipe Massa has struck a defiant stance against his failure to heed Williams team orders in the Malaysia GP and insisted he "did the right thing" in not letting Valtteri Bottas overtake him.
Malaysia victory for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton has ignited his bid to win a second F1 World Championship with a commanding victory in the Malaysia GP as his dominant Mercedes team claimed their first one-two triumph since 1955.
Button: McLaren are improving
Jenson Button insists McLaren are making progress with their car, even though they appeared to tread water during a wet qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Alonso surprised by Kvyat
Fernando Alonso said he had never been so happy with fourth place on the grid after admitting he was fortunate to complete qualifying after damaging his Ferrari in contract with an "aggressive" Daniil Kvyat.
Grid demotion for Bottas
Valtteri Bottas has been hit with a three-place grid penalty for impeding Daniel Ricciardo in qualifying for the Malaysia GP.
Hamilton relieved by pole
Sunday morning's Malaysia GP is set to stage a mouthwatering contest between the World Championship favourite and reigning World Champion after Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel qualified on the front row.
Qualy: Hamilton on pole again
Lewis Hamilton claimed a second successive wet-weather pole position - equalling the 46-year-old British F1 pole record in the process - to provide the platform to ignite his 2014 season in the Malaysia GP.
P3: Mercedes show their pace
Mercedes ended third practice for the Malaysia GP fastest overall with Nico Rosberg edging out Lewis Hamilton at Sepang.
Maldonado 'not frustrated'
Pastor Maldonado denies feeling frustrated by the seemingly endless list of problems Lotus are having with their car, despite spending another day on the sidelines during opening practice for the Malaysia GP.
Button: Pace isn't there yet
Jenson Button has conceded McLaren don't yet have the pace to trouble the front of the grid at the Malaysia GP, despite being satisfied with the performance of the new-look nose on the MP4-29.
Ecclestone: 'Turn it up!'
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has repeated his call for F1 to turn up the volume - but admitted that the sound of the V6 engines is not as quiet as he first feared.