Lauda not commenting on McLaren engine rumoursNiki Lauda dodges speculation that Mercedes could step in to help McLaren solve their performance crisis.
FIA to investigate Melbourne spectator invasionVerstappen must wait for faster Red BullGiovinazzi to wear Ferrari red in ChinaWolff: 'Overtaking a problem in new F1'Todt: 'Liberty will not set F1 rules'Lauda: 'Bottas the right driver for Mercedes'Montezemolo hails return to winning for FerrariHamilton predicts "close battle" with VettelResult: Sebastian Vettel wins Australian GPWehrlein sure of Sauber return in ChinaJos Verstappen fears for Vandoorne careerHonda engine rebuild to take 'two months'Coulthard: 'McLaren can win without Honda'Mercedes remove trick suspension voluntarily
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Zak Brown: 'Fernando Alonso could race for five more years'McLaren would be willing to sign up Fernando Alonso for five more years, hints new team executive Zak Brown.
Niki Lauda not commenting on McLaren engine rumoursNiki Lauda dodges speculation that Mercedes could step in to help McLaren solve their performance crisis.
Max Verstappen must wait for faster Red BullMax Verstappen says that he must be patient amid Red Bull's push to catch top two F1 teams Ferrari and Mercedes in 2017.
FIA to investigate Melbourne spectator invasionOfficials are investigating the invasion of the Albert Park circuit by spectators while F1 cars were still completing their post-race in-laps on Sunday.
Antonio Giovinazzi to wear Ferrari red in ChinaAntonio Giovinazzi says that he will be back in red gear when he returns to the Formula 1 paddock in two weeks.
Luca di Montezemolo hails return to winning for FerrariFormer Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo hails the Italian marque's return to victory.
Mar 27, 14:52
Jean Todt: 'Liberty will not set Formula 1 rules'Jean Todt makes clear that the FIA will continue to make the rules in Formula 1.
Mar 27, 14:43
Niki Lauda: 'Valtteri Bottas the right driver for Mercedes'Niki Lauda says Melbourne proved that Mercedes chose "the right driver" to replace reigning world champion Nico Rosberg for 2017.
Mar 27, 13:57
Toto Wolff: 'Overtaking a problem in new Formula 1'Although Ferrari won on Sunday, Mercedes chief Toto Wolff gives a thumbs-up to the 'new' Formula 1 after the 2017 season opener.
Mar 27, 07:57
Lewis Hamilton predicts "close battle" with Sebastian VettelLewis Hamilton predicts a "close battle" with Sebastian Vettel for the F1 title this year.
Mar 26, 18:50
Result: Sebastian Vettel pips Lewis Hamilton to victory in Australian Grand PrixFerrari's Sebastian Vettel beats pre-race favourite Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes to victory in the Australian Grand Prix.
Mar 26, 09:03
Pascal Wehrlein sure of Sauber return in ChinaPascal Wehrlein says that he is confident he will be fit enough to return to his Sauber in China.
Mar 25, 12:42
Jos Verstappen fears for Stoffel Vandoorne careerJos Verstappen adds to the widespread criticism of McLaren's hapless works engine partner Honda.
Mar 25, 12:38
Honda engine rebuild to take 'two months'Honda acknowledge the need to rebuild their hapless 2017 power unit.
Mar 25, 12:31
David Coulthard: 'McLaren can win without Honda'Former McLaren driver David Coulthard hints that the great British team must contemplate dumping Honda.
Mar 25, 12:16
Mercedes remove trick suspension voluntarilyMercedes "voluntarily" remove their controversial suspension system for the Australian grand prix.
Mar 25, 12:12
Sauber replaces Pascal Wehrlein with Antonio GiovinazziPascal Wehrlein will sit out the rest of the 2017 season opener in Australia.
Mar 25, 12:06
Lewis Hamilton claims pole in MelbourneMercedes driver Lewis Hamilton claims pole ahead of the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia.
Mar 25, 09:18
Paddy Lowe: 'Customer Williams can win title'Paddy Lowe says that it is possible Williams could win a world championship with customer engine power.
Mar 25, 00:21
Sebastian Vettel fends off Mercedes switch rumoursSebastian Vettel says that he "will not be distracted" amid speculation he could be first in line for a move to Mercedes for 2018.
Mar 25, 00:19