Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Chinese Grand Prix weekend.
In the round-up: Massa driving ‘as good as 2008’ • Wolff prepared to put team’s interests first • Hamilton claims he’s mentally tougher than Rosberg
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They may not have always finished in the same positions, but Hamilton, Rosberg and Vettel have appeared on all of the first three podiums of the 2015 season
In the round-up: No major developments in Bianchi’s recovery • Ferrari eying championship challenge • Honda power to be increased in Bahrain
Manor Team Principal John Booth says his team can feel ‘really proud’ after they achieved their target of getting both their cars to the finish in Shanghai.
Max Verstappen has described his retirement during the closing stages of the Chinese Grand Prix as ‘very frustrating’.
Nico Rosberg admits that he is ‘very frustrated’ with Lewis Hamilton as he feels his Mercedes team mate compromised his race by backing him into the chasing Ferraris.
In the round-up: Renault aim for total reliability by Monaco • Drivers are ‘egocentric – Lauda • Alonso: ‘not the best feeling’ to be lapped by Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton dominated the Chinese Grand Prix to take his second win of the season and his fourth career victory in Shanghai.
Shanghai has always been a strong track for Mercedes, and the team will be eager to reassert their supremacy following Ferrari’s surprise win in Malaysia.
Max Verstappen believes this year’s Toro Rosso is a marked improvement over the car he drove during Friday practice sessions last season.
Daniil Kvyat declared himself ‘quite happy’ after Red Bull ended the Jerez test with their highest day’s mileage so far.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier is pleased the team’s radical car has achieved some running but admits their limited mileage will make it harder to catch their rivals.
Despite clocking the quickest time of the third day of the Jerez test, Felipe Nasr remains cautious about his new team’s chances ahead of the 2015 season.
Nico Rosberg described the performance of Ferrari during the opening three days of the Jerez test as ‘eye-opening’ for his Mercedes team.
Sauber’s Felipe Nasr enjoyed a day of new experiences during his first outing for Sauber in Jerez in which he set the second-quickest time of the day.
Jenson Button says that McLaren are confident of logging more laps after the team identified the issue that has limited their running so far.
After topping the opening two days of the pre-season test at Jerez, Sebastian Vettel says he is ‘quite happy’ with the performance of Ferrari’s new SF15-T.
Sebastian Vettel stayed on top for Ferrari in the second day of F1 testing at Jerez while a water lead halted Lewis Hamilton’s day in the Mercedes.