Sebastian Vettel has explained his post-qualifying team radio message at the Chinese Grand Prix which suggested he believed he could have beaten Mercedes to pole position.
Craig Scarborough analyses all the F1 teams’ technical developments at Shanghai including Haas’s front wing failure and McLaren’s low-drag rear wing.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Chinese Grand Prix. Here’s why.
“People remember exciting races a lot more than anniversaries” said Sebastian Vettel after the 1,000th championship race. Will anyone other than Lewis Hamilton care to remember this one?
Mercedes could set a new F1 record after starting the season with three consecutive one-two finishes. Read more stats from the 1,000 world championship race.
Ferrari’s car is “very strong” but the team hasn’t figured out how to “unlock” its potential yet, according to Sebastian Vettel.
Valtteri Bottas blamed the white line at the front of the grid for his poor start in the Chinese Grand Prix, but says he knows how to prevent it next time.
Lance Stroll believes he could have taken a points finish for Racing Point if they hadn’t been outmanouevred on strategy by Toro Rosso.
Despite the ‘1,000th race’ celebrations, race day in Shanghai felt oddly subdued, Dieter Rencken reports from the Chinese Grand Prix paddock.
Renault’s Chinese Grand Prix result shows the team has the pace to head the midfield, Daniel Ricciardo said after finishing today’s race seventh.
Who was the best driver during the 2019 Chinese Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Did Ferrari’s team orders cost them a place to Max Verstappen? Find out using our interactive data from the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton feels he redeemed himself by passing his team mate at the start of the Chinese Grand Prix following poor starts in both of the races so far this year.
Red Bull were able to beat one of the quicker Ferraris thanks to their strategy in the Chinese Grand Prix, says team principal Christian Horner.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says the team made the “right choice” by telling Charles Leclerc to let Sebastian Vettel past in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Daniil Kvyat says the stewards were wrong to give him a drive-through penalty for his first-lap collision with the two McLaren drivers.
Max Verstappen said Sebastian Vettel’s driving was hard but fair when the pair went up against each other during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says he expected Ferrari’s straight-line speed would make them a bigger threat in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel said he expected he would be able to lap more quickly than he did after Ferrari told Charles Leclerc to let him through during the Chinese Grand Prix.