F1 teams will not have the full benefit of the FIA’s telemetry link for the third race in a row in China.
Mark Webber will start the Chinese Grand Prix following the pit lane after Red Bull made extensive changes to his car’s set-up.
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A less than thrilling qualifying session in China produced a grid which should give an exciting race of multiple storylines.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mark Webber will start the Chinese Grand Prix from the back of the grid after being excluded from qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel said Red Bull’s qualifying strategy was partly in response to the threat from Ferrari this weekend.
Red Bull are investigating a failure in their refuelling system after Mark Webber stopped on track during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his first pole position for Mercedes on his third attempt for the team as tyre strategy dominated qualifying in China.
Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen share the front row of the grid in China.
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Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa headed the times as practice drew to a close at the Shanghai International Circuit.
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In practice for the Chinese Grand Prix drivers discovered the soft compound is far quicker than the medium but is very much a ‘one-lap tyre’.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the Chinese Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit.
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Lewis Hamilton says the soft tyre is too aggressive for the Shanghai International Circuit.
Felipe Massa put Ferrari on top at the end of Friday’s running in Shanghai.
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Nico Rosberg was comfortably fastest in the first practice session in Shanghai, almost a second quicker than the next non-Mercedes.