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McLaren have apologised to Mark Webber and Red Bull after a software glitch with the Engine Control Unit (ECU) prevented his car transmitting telemetry back to the pits during the formation lap of the Australian GP.
Adrian Sutil reckons there's more to come this season after a comeback performance that saw the Force India driver lead the Australian Grand Prix.
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner insisted that Sebastian Vettel's third place in the Australian Grand Prix was actually a "very, very good result" given the tyre problems he experienced.
The drivers have their say on a thrilling first race of the season in Melbourne where Kimi Raikkonen took victory for Lotus.
Martin Whitmarsh says McLaren "can work out" the pace problems they are currently suffering after a disappointing performance at the Australian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button has raised the spectre of a long route back to the front of the Formula 1 field for McLaren, admitting it "could take quite a while" to turn their underperforming MP4-28 into a competitive proposition.
Lewis Hamilton has described his fifth-place finish on his debut for Mercedes in Sunday's Australian GP as a "great place to start" - but admitted to being baffled at losing so many places during the race.
In a daunting message to his World Championship rivals, Kimi Raikkonen said it was "easy" for him to conserve his tyres after running a two-stop strategy to winning effect in the season-starting Australian GP.
Phew, well no one was quite expecting that!
Sebastian Vettel might have made his pole position lap for the Australian Grand Prix look easy but the defending World Champion insisted it was anything but.
Ominous indeed. Led by their talisman Sebastian Vettel, World Champions Red Bull have claimed a front-row lockout for the season-opening Australian GP after dominating the final stages of Sunday morning's delayed qualifying session.
Britain's Jenson Button believes the right decision was made in calling a halt to qualifying ahead of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.
Christian Horner said that "absolutely the right decision" was taken to suspend qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix until Sunday morning after heavy rain swept through Albert Park.
The best laid plans and all that. After all the hype and high hopes, the 2013 F1 season has endured a wet and chaotic start with torrential rain in Melbourne causing Qualifying for the 2013 Australian GP to be abandoned and the remaining two stages to be rescheduled for Sunday morning.
Rain hit final practice for the Australian Grand Prix, with the conditions as a consequence affecting preparations for Saturday's later qualifying session.
Pastor Maldonado admitted that Williams are struggling for pace after a disappointing opening day of practice in Melbourne which saw the team revert to their launch-specification exhaust.
Romain Grosjean has predicted a Red Bull lockout of the front row in qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix after the ominous pace they showed in opening practice on Friday.
A buoyant Lewis Hamilton hailed Mercedes' pace on the opening day of the new season as "hugely satisfying" and expressed delight that his new team are set to be competitive from the off in 2013.
Red Bull appear to have picked up where they left off at the end of 2012 after Sebastian Vettel completed a dominant start to the Australian GP in Practice Two - but Mercedes look to have underlined their emergence as a serious new threat to the World Champions.