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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.
Melbourne extends F1 deal
Melbourne will continue to host the Australian GP until at least 2020 after organisers secured a new long-term contract with Bernie Ecclestone.
Red Bull reveal case argument
Christian Horner has revealed the reasons why Red Bull "are extremely confident" that Daniel Ricciardo's car did not break the rules governing fuel flow at the Australian Grand Prix.
Red Bull appeal date set
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix will be heard by the International Court of Appeal on April 14.
Red Bull lodge appeal
Red Bull have pushed ahead with contesting Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from the Australian GP and now formally lodged their appeal against the decision.
F1 Midweek Report - Australia
It's back! Anna Woolhouse returns for a new season of F1 Midweek Report and there are certainly plenty of talking points after the curtain-raiser to the 2014 campaign in Australia.
'Work cut out to catch Merc'
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has conceded the Scuderia have their "work cut out" to catch Mercedes and identified the F14 T's straight-line speed and braking stability as areas for immediate improvement.
Whiting: Red Bull were warned
Race Director Charlie Whiting has revealed that Red Bull were warned after just five laps of Sunday's Australian GP that their fuel flow system was in breach of the regulations as the 'fuelgate' furore continues to rumble on.
Bernie horrified by 2014 sound
Bernie Ecclestone says he was "horrified" by the lack of sound from the 2014 F1 cars at Sunday's Australian Grand Prix and has vowed to find a way of "making them sound like racing cars".
Ricciardo keeps on smiling
With his trademark smile still in place, Daniel Ricciardo has sought to put a brave face on his disqualification from the Australian GP as the escalating controversy threatens to cast a lengthy shadow over the start of the 2014 season.
Button: Improvements to come
Jenson Button says McLaren will bring updates to the MP4-29 for the Malaysian Grand Prix after admitting that it is reliability rather than outright pace that sees them lead the Constructors' Championship.
'Ricciardo DQ only the start'
Fleet Street fear that the late-night disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian GP could set the tone for a season of post-race technical controversies playing out long after the chequered flag has fallen.
'Noise could breach contract'
Organisers of the Australian GP think the quieter noise produced by the new V6 engines could be in breach of their F1 contract and have complained to Bernie Ecclestone.
'Disappointing' say Ferrari
Stefano Domenicali admitted that Ferrari had a "very disappointing" Australian GP and has also acknowledged that they need to make improvements to their F14 T car across the board.
Horner confident on appeal
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner says he is "extremely disappointed" by the FIA's decision to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian GP, although he is confident their appeal will be successful.
Kvyat breaks Vettel record
Daniil Kvyat confessed he "never expected to score a point in my first race" after the Toro Rosso rookie broke Sebastian Vettel's record for the youngest points scorer in F1 in Melbourne.
Driver reaction - Aus GP
The 22 drivers have their say on a thrilling Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne where Nico Rosberg took victory.
Ricciardo disqualified in Oz
Daniel Ricciardo has been denied a dream debut for Red Bull after being disqualified from the results of the Australian GP.
Raikkonen: 'We can't be happy'
Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso have admitted Ferrari can't be satisfied with their double-points scoring finish in the Australian GP after being comprehensively out-paced by Mercedes in the season opener.
Bottas 'mad' with himself
Valtteri Bottas says he is "mad" at himself after he hit the wall on the exit of Turn Ten whilst on the tail of Fernando Alonso in the Australian GP - an error which probably cost the Finn a podium finish in the season opener.