Formula 1 has announced a new deal to keep the Chinese Grand Prix on the calendar until at least 2025.
China and Vietnam’s F1 races could be reinstated in place of Japan’s cancelled round, and a double-header at Shanghai is also under consideration.
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.
Despite the ‘1,000th race’ celebrations, race day in Shanghai felt oddly subdued, Dieter Rencken reports from the Chinese Grand Prix paddock.
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 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 2019 Chinese Grand Prix in pictures.
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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.
Valtteri Bottas beat team mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix by just two-hundredths of a second. The Ferraris will start behind them.
Valtteri Bottas took pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of team mate Lewis Hamilton.