Lewis Hamilton put the disappointment of Albert Park well behind him in Sepang by dominating proceedings to take his first win of the 2014 season.
Mercedes move into the lead of the constructors’ championship as Nico Rosberg continues to lead the drivers’ points.
Lewis Hamilton won the Malaysian Grand Prix with team mate Nico Rosberg second.
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The heavens opened at the worst possible time for the drivers ahead of qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Here’s what was said on the teams’ radios.
Whether tomorrow’s race is wet or dry could make the difference between another Mercedes rout and a much closer contest.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has taken a defiant stance in the ongoing row over Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas has been handed a three-placed grid penalty for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Rain during qualifying left the Williams team frustrated as they were unable to exploit their car’s dry weather performance.
Daniil Kvyat said there was nothing unusual about his collision with Fernando Alonso during qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel narrowly missed out on pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix but feels he could benefit from starting on the left-hand side of the grid.
Lewis Hamilton said he “bailed out” of his final flying lap in qualifying because visibility was so poor at the end of Q3.
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the second race in a row after beating Sebastian Vettel by less than a tenth of a second in a rain-hit qualifying session.
Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the second time this year with Sebastian Vettel joining him on the front row.
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Mercedes stamped their authority over proceedings in Sepang, lapping over a second faster than their rivals in the final practice session.
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The Friday practice times in Malaysia suggested we could have as many as four teams separated by a little over two tenths of a second.