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Perez eager for new Force India
Sergio Perez says it is “very good news” that Force India are now only one race away from the introduction of their heavily-revised car, a package he believes will open the door to a more competitive second half of the season.
Later start for 2016 F1 season
The 2016 F1 season will break with recent tradition and begin in April instead of March.
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.
'Red Bull no longer in harmony'
Red Bull’s threat to quit the sport unless regulations are changed could be indicative of discord behind the scenes, according to the guests on this week’s edition of The F1 Midweek Report.
'Lewis terminates his rivals'
Lewis Hamilton’s “termination” of the opposition was the theme of Monday’s sports pages after the Mercedes driver romped to victory in Australia.
Red Bull threaten to quit F1
Red Bull have warned they could quit F1 unless the sport’s regulations are overhauled in the wake of Mercedes' crushing victory in the Australian GP.
Sauber: Points a huge boost
Sauber chief Monisha Kaltenborn believes their double points finish in the season-opening Australian GP will act as a timely motivation boost to the beleaguered team, as they ended the most turbulent of weeks on an unexpected high.
Horner: Renault going backwards
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has aimed strong words at Renault after their disappointing start to the season in Australia, saying that progress is going backwards.
Button: We're a long way off
Jenson Button says it was positive to reach the finish in Australia, but that McLaren still have a long way to go before they are competitive.
Lewis welcomes 'reassuring' win
A victorious Lewis Hamilton has described his performance in the season-opening Australian GP as “reassuring” after a traumatic winter off the track after he split from long-time girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger.
Williams fall behind Ferrari
Pat Symonds admits Williams have slipped behind a resurgent Ferrari in the 2015 pecking order after losing out to Sebastian Vettel in the fight for third place in Australia.
Perfect start for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton made the perfect start to his world championship defence with victory in the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne ahead of Nico Rosberg.
P3: Hamilton ups the ante
Lewis Hamilton responded to Nico Rosberg’s clean-sweep of Friday practice times by setting a storming pace around Melbourne’s Albert Park in Practice Three.
Engine setback for Ricciardo
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo will have just three penalty-free engines to complete the 2015 season with after it emerged that the Renault unit which failed in Melbourne practice cannot be repaired.
Vettel: Mercedes out of reach
Sebastian Vettel admits Ferrari can’t expect to challenge Mercedes at the Australian GP, but the team’s new signing and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen believe they can be pleased with the SF15-T’s start to the season.
Hamilton & Rosberg to 'battle'
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are braced are for another ‘close battle’ for supremacy at Mercedes after the Silver Arrows dominated practice for the Australian GP.
P2: Rosberg earns Merc double
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton made it a Mercedes double 1-2 in Friday practice after setting the pace once more in the second session at Melbourne's Albert Park.
Australian GP P2 - Recap
P1: Rosberg leads Mercedes 1-2
World champions Mercedes gave an early glimpse of their expected sustained advantage at the front of the Formula 1 field by dominating the first practice session of 2015 in Melbourne.
JB: Sauber unfair to cite safety
Jenson Button says Giedo van der Garde driving in Melbourne is not a safety concern and has expressed his disappointment that Sauber used that claim as a defence in their legal dispute.