Felipe Massa, Williams, Albert Park, 2015

Williams may have fallen behind Ferrari – Massa

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Ferrari ‘may be better than us’ – Massa • Williams certain of equal treatment from Mercedes • Marko says no one will catch Mercedes

Start, Hockenheimring, 2014

FIA confirms no German Grand Prix in 2015

2015 F1 season

The German Grand Prix will not go ahead in 2015, the FIA has confirmed.

Pastor Maldonado, Lotus, Hockenheimring, 2014

Lotus boss expects German Grand Prix return in 2016

2015 F1 season

Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi expects the German Grand Prix to return to the calendar next year following its late disappearance from the 2015 schedule.

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Albert Park, 2015

2015 Australian Grand Prix team radio highlights

2015 Australian Grand Prix

A faulty fuel read-out caused a minor scare for Lewis Hamilton as he romped to victory in the Australian Grand Prix.

Jules Bianchi, Marussia, Monte-Carlo, 2014

Bianchi’s points ensured Manor’s survival – Booth

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Bianchi saved Manor – Booth • Nurburgring also rules out German GP • Renault not quitting F1 despite ‘100bhp deficit’

Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, Albert Park, 2015

First race shows Mercedes have pulled further ahead

2015 F1 season

The first race of the season left Mercedes’ rivals with the worrying impression that far from gaining on the team which dominated last season, they have been left further behind.

Christian Horner, Red Bull, Albert Park, 2015

Horner denies hypocrisy over Red Bull quit threats

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Red Bull aren’t hypocrites – Horner • Mercedes could dominate for years – Prost • McLaren have “massive” potential

Felipe Nasr, Sauber, Albert Park, 2015

No ‘media mud fight’ over van der Garde – Sauber

2015 F1 season

Sauber says it wishes to avoid a “mud fight via the media” and has refrained from commenting in response to Giedo van der Garde’s comments earlier today.

Drivers, Melbourne, 2015

F1’s dwindling grid: Ten years of drivers’ class photos

F1 pictures Pictures

F1’s shrinking grid became a talking point as just 15 cars started the Australian Grand Prix. These drivers’ ‘class photos’ show how the field has dwindled in recent years.

Start, Albert Park, 2015

2015 Australian Grand Prix fans’ video gallery

2015 Australian Grand Prix Video

A candid interview with Sebastian Vettel, Kevin Magnussen’s engine blow-up and Kimi Raikkonen’s retirement are among the video highlights filmed by fans during the Australian Grand Prix weekend.