Lewis Hamilton secured his fourth successive pole position this season during qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix, but looks set to face a challenge from Ferrari on Sunday.
Four-time world champion agrees with Hamilton's statement that Ferrari will be difficult to beat in Bahrain Grand Prix.
Hamilton concerned with Ferrari's race pace despite taking pole, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen lining up second and fourth.
Fernando Alonso says McLaren will need some luck to score its first points of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
Valtteri Bottas is hoping to capitalise on the fallout between Mercedes and Ferrari at the front of the field during Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Qualified third after losing rhythm in middle session after trying to go too easy on his tyres.
Finn qualified fourth but admits he did not capitalise on the amount of grip available at the end of Q3.
Says Red Bull can take the fight to Williams but only if it is "10 out of 10" in every area of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Russian says he needs to "tidy out" an operational issue with Red Bull to sort qualifying gremlins but does not specify details.
Maurizio Arrivabene has told Kimi Raikkonen he must perform if he is to stay at Ferrari next year.
World champion says Mercedes' one-lap pace meant they could put main attention on perfecting race pace on Friday in Bahrain.
Daniel Ricciardo more confident on low fuel than high fuel but hopes to take the fight to Williams.
Jenson Button suffers electrical shutdown in FP1 and a control data issues in FP2.
Alonso finished 7th and 12th in two Friday sessions in Bahrain as McLaren continues slow and steady progress.
Kimi Raikkonen said his Ferrari was not as good as he had hoped during Friday practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix, despite Mercedes showing genuine concern about his pace.
Rosberg thinks Ferrari will be a genuine threat for the victory on Sunday, even though Mercedes has maintained one-lap advantage.
Vettel suffered front wing damage after hitting Mexican on the inside of Turn 1.
F1 says iconic Italian the circuit must pay the same as other European races if it wants to remain on the calendar beyond 2015.
German says any falling out between Mercedes drivers is 'irrelevant' to Ferrari and expects both men to have put rift behind them in Bahrain.
Kimi Raikkonen seems happy to take up 2016 option after better performances this season at Ferrari.
World champion says he has spoken to Nico Rosberg and insists there is "no issue" lingering between the Mercedes drivers since the Chinese Grand Prix.
Says finishing position is still second priority as McLaren looks to continue making progress, but thinks a place in Q2 is possible in Bahrain.
German pips Lewis Hamilton to P1 as Mercedes shows it has still maintained one-lap advantage over Ferrari.
Nico Rosberg says 'It was very important [to beat Hamilton] already in Malaysia, so that doesn't change.'
Mercedes driver was criticised by Chinese feminist group Object for spraying grid girl with champagne on podium in Shanghai.
Felipe Massa believes Ferrari's extra resources are starting to show in the battle with Williams for a place on the podium.
Jenson Button says the MP4-30 is still very low on downforce compared to some of its rivals and needs to be improved in every area.
Former Formula 1 driver Jarno Trulli expects Ferrari to be 'very competitive' at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
Australian has lost positions at the start of all three races this year and admits it is an area he is working on ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix.
Australian's remarkable breakthrough season, which included wins in Canada, Hungary and Belgium, recognised by prestigious sports award.
Rosberg says he 'starts from scratch again' going into the Bahrain Grand Prix despite being unhappy with Mercedes team-mate in China.
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