ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from the Bahrain Grand Prix as Kimi Raikkonen recorded an overdue return to the podium.
Mercedes boss says Rosberg's aggressive driving in Bahrain was the German "at his best" even though he had to settle for third.
McLaren racing director thinks the team is over the worst of its problems suffered in the first four races as it moves closer to scoring points.
Red Bull boss defends the Russian's record from his first races at Red Bull and says he's been unable to show true potential so far.
Managing director Cyril Abiteboul says three weeks is ample time to remedy the problems suffered by Red Bull and Toro Rosso so far in 2015.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene is refusing to bow to pressure to extend Kimi Raikkonen's contract and is instead using it as a motivating tool for the Finnish driver.
Former Formula 1 driver Jarno Trulli believes Fernando Alonso will always want to be the main man at the team he is currently driving for.
The Final Stint looks at the main talking points from the Bahrain Grand Prix, including the return of Raikkonen, the prospect of a rules revolution in 2017 and the story behind the sparks.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says engine-supplier Renault cannot afford to keep having engine failures this season and is putting pressure on the French manufacturer to rush through an update.
Maurice Hamilton compares the UK broadcasters and their coverage of the build-up to the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Mercedes says Ferrari's performance at the first four races is proof that the sport is in good shape as it prepares itself for a two-way title fight.
Maurizio Arrivabene says Kimi Raikkonen's second-place finish at the Bahrain Grand Prix is proof the Ferrari driver is back at his best.
Set-up changes to the cars of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg aimed at making the Mercedes competitive against Ferrari contributed to the brake problems both cars faced during the Bahrain GP.
Spaniard finished out of the points but says finishing Bahrain Grand Prix was more important as McLaren had only one car in race.
When it comes to rivalries, the Mercedes duo are more manufactured opponents than bitter enemies, writes Alan Tyers.
After his car failed to leave the garage for Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, McLaren driver Jenson Button decided to tweet his way through the race instead.
World champion says Ferrari "gave us a run for our money" as he claimed third victory of the season in Bahrain.
The Bahrain International Circuit offered another great race on Sunday, it's just a shame fans were not able to watch some of the most important parts, writes Kate Walker
Finn thinks he could have won with a few more laps after finishing just 3.4 seconds behind Lewis Hamilton.
German finished fifth after damaging front wing during an error-strewn Bahrain Grand Prix.
Held off the four-time world champion for 15 laps to secure fourth at Bahrain Grand Prix, his best result of the season.
Kimi Raikkonen passed at Turn 1 as he suffered a brake-by-wire problem on the penultimate lap in Bahrain.
F1 power will be upped to 1000bhp as Bernie Ecclestone agrees with teams to stick with current V6 hybrid engines.
Finn qualified fourth but admits he did not capitalise on the amount of grip available at the end of Q3.
Qualified third after losing rhythm in middle session after trying to go too easy on his tyres.
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.
Fernando Alonso says McLaren will need some luck to score its first points of the season at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday.
Hamilton concerned with Ferrari's race pace despite taking pole, with Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen lining up second and fourth.
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