Sergio Perez says a “perfect race” allowed him to take eighth place in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton scored a commanding victory in the Chinese Grand Prix, taking the championship lead in the 1,000th points-paying race.
Lewis Hamilton takes a six-point lead in the world championship after winning the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel.
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The Chinese Grand Prix stewards ruled Daniil Kvyat was entirely to blame for his first-lap collision with the McLaren drivers.
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With Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull in the mix, the 1,000th world championship race could be a more competitive contest then the 999th was.
Was Alexander Albon shaken by his heavy crash in practice? Not a bit of it – he told Dieter Rencken he’d had a bigger shunt in his very first race.
“We had it” rued Sebastian Vettel after qualifying third for the Chinese Grand Prix, 0.7 seconds slower than his pole position time from last year.
Max Verstappen’s claim F1 drivers have an ‘unwritten rule’ not to overtake each other at the end of out-laps has been disputed by two of his rivals.
Charles Leclerc said he was “annoyed with myself” after making a mistake during qualifying, but admitted fourth on the grid was better than he expected.
Alexander Albon owned up to causing the crash which ruled him out of qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix by being “a bit keen with the right foot”.
Kevin Magnussen says the drivers who overtook other cars to ensure they got their qualifying lap done “did the right thing”, despite Max Verstappen criticising them.
Lewis Hamilton says he was “battling” his Mercedes in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix and is “proud” to come away with second place.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he did some “seriously good laps” in qualifying but McLaren didn’t have the pace to reach the top 10.
Angry team radio messages from the end of qualifying reveal how Red Bull and Haas both failed to get either of their cars to the start/finish line in time to begin their final runs.
Sebastian Vettel defended his driving in qualifying after Max Verstappen accused the Ferrari driver of spoiling his final run.
Max Verstappen criticised Sebastian Vettel’s track manners at the end of qualifying, accusing the Ferrari driver of costing him a chance to set a time at the end of Q3.