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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.
Alonso: Title 'very tough'
Just four races into the F1 season, Fernando Alonso has accepted that he and Ferrari are going to find it "very tough" to be title contenders.
'Lot of work' to do for Kimi
Kimi Raikkonen admitted his driving style was likely to blame for his disappointing Chinese GP weekend, with the Finn acknowledging his side of the Ferrari garage has "plenty of work" to do to improve his form.
Chinese GP result is rewound
Three hours after the chequered flag officially and unofficially fell in Shanghai, the Chinese GP has reached a bizarre end as the FIA declared the race finished two laps early.
Lewis: Changes were 'perfect'
Lewis Hamilton said the gamble he and Mercedes took in making changes to his car "worked perfectly" in light of his cruise to victory in China.
Chinese GP: Easy for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton has completed a hat-trick of victories for the first time in his F1 career by easing to victory in the Chinese GP ahead of Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg.
Rosberg looking for positives
Nico Rosberg is searching hard for positives after being comprehensively outqualified by Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in China on Saturday.
Button: We can recover in dry
Jenson Button put McLaren's double Q2 elimination in China down to front-tyre warm-up problems in the heavy rain of qualifying - but remains confident a dry race will allow them to come back up the field.
Vettel: I have to do better
After being comfortably outqualified by new Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo at the Chinese GP, Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he needs to do a better job.
Hamilton ecstatic but wary
Lewis Hamilton says he is "ecstatic" after breaking the record for all-time pole positions in F1 by a British driver, but admitted he may be racing into the "unknown" with the set-up of his dominant W05 car in Sunday's Chinese GP.
Brilliant Hamilton claims pole
Lewis Hamilton has claimed pole position for the Chinese GP after a masterclass of wet-weather driving in qualifying that ran Nico Rosberg ragged and literally left his Mercedes team-mate and title rival in an undignified spin.
P3: Ricciardo sets pace in wet
Daniel Ricciardo again showed both his and Red Bull's liking for wet conditions as the arrival of the forecast rain at the Chinese GP for Practice Three kept Mercedes in the garage for the majority of Saturday morning.
Maldonado accepts mistakes
Pastor Maldonado held his hands up to a pair of mistakes after a troubled day of practice in China - but the Venezuelan believes Lotus's improvements still mean he can go on to enjoy his strongest race of his season.
Mattiacci motivated to succeed
Ferrari's little-known new Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has revealed he initially thought the offer to take over was a belated April Fools' joke - but despite his lack of F1 experience, he has declared he is "extremely motivated" to prove he is the right man for the job.
'More to come from Merc'
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo both think there's more to come from Mercedes after opening practice for the Chinese GP on Friday.
P2: Hamilton top from Alonso
Lewis Hamilton set the pace in second practice for the Chinese GP on Friday as Fernando Alonso hinted that Ferrari are putting their Bahrain woes behind them.
P1: Alonso ends Mercedes run
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso broke Mercedes' recent hegemony at the top of the Formula 1 timesheet by outpacing Nico Rosberg in Practice One for the Chinese GP.
Vettel's 'challenging' start
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is not yet as comfortable with Red Bull's RB10 as he wants to be, but the German insists he welcomes the strong intra-team challenge being put up by Daniel Ricciardo.
Button: 'Merc too far ahead'
Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.
Hamilton: 'Bahrain boosted F1'
Lewis Hamilton believes the 'ecstatic' reaction to the epic drama of the Bahrain GP has 'done the world of good' for Formula 1 after the sport's attempts to tear itself apart over the rights and wrongs of its revolutionary new turbo era.