In the round-up: Villenueve says Alonso may have won his final grand prix • Kvyat confident Red Bull can move forwards • Hamilton Britain’s richest sportsman
In the round-up: Verstappen describes Renault engine as a ‘nightmare’ • Vettel says Ferrari will take time to catch Mercedes • Indian government declare motor racing a sport
In the round-up: McLaren and Honda working better together • Smedley keen for Williams to catch up quickly • Senna’s Monaco GP Toleman up for sale
In the round-up: Teams agree to engine cap increase • Mercedes in no rush to improve engine despite Ferrari threat • Ferrari designed with Raikkonen in mind
In the round-up: Kaltenborn anxious over costs of engine overhaul • McLaren past the ‘most dramatic times’ • GP2 boss open to possibility of ‘F2’ rebranding
In the round-up: F1 heading towards 1,000bhp engines • ‘No question’ of Azerbaijan appearing on 2016 calendar • Ricciardo already on final allocated engine
Sebastian Vettel admits he feels he let his Ferrari team down after his mistake caused the front wing damage that took him out of contention for a podium during today’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen says that despite securing his first podium appearance in 26 grands prix, he is disappointed not to have been able to take victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg has confirmed that a brake-by-wire problem with his Mercedes contributed to him losing second place to Kimi Raikkonen in the closing stages of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton took his third win in four races to extend his championship lead after an enthralling battle of strategy between Mercedes and Ferrari in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Vettel thinks victory is possible • Reaching Q2 “a nice surprise” – Alonso • Kvyat blames power unit problems for Q1 exit
Jenson Button says his Bahrain Grand Prix weekend has proven ‘tough’ after his third stoppage in two days in qualifying left him doomed to a back row start.
Toto Wolff says his Mercedes team are relishing the challenge offered by a resurgent Ferrari to their position at the front of the field this year.
Lewis Hamilton took his fourth consecutive pole position of the 2015 season in Bahrain, but it will be Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari who starts alongside the world champion on the front row.
Lewis Hamilton topped the time sheets in final practice ahead of qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix, but Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari was less than a tenth behind.
In the round-up: Raikkonen reprimanded after pit lane breach • Vettel eyeing victory on Sunday • New Manor expected after summer break
Mercedes may have topped the time sheets on the first day of running in Bahrain, but the performance of Ferrari has the world champions looking carefully in their mirrors heading into the rest of the weekend.
Renault have admitted that they cannot guarantee their engines will not be struck again by the same unknown problem that ended Max Verstappen’s Chinese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel has apologised for the collision between himself and Sergio Perez in the closing minutes of second practice in Bahrain.
Mercedes were back on top in second practice in Bahrain with Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton quickest from Ferrari.