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27mESPN Staff

Driver and team reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after the Bahrain Grand Prix

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1hLaurence Edmondson

Button tweets his way through the Bahrain GP

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.

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1dESPN Staff

Driver reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after qualifying for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

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1dLaurence Edmondson

Button takes positives from 'tough' weekend

Jenson Button is taking positives from the improvement in performance McLaren has experienced this weekend in Bahrain despite qualifying at the back of the grid.

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2dLaurence Edmondson in Sakhir

Rosberg finds edge on Hamilton in FP2

German pips Lewis Hamilton to P1 as Mercedes shows it has still maintained one-lap advantage over Ferrari.

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4dRadio Ga Ga

'I'm on fire, I'm on fire, I'm on fire'

ESPN rounds up the best radio soundbites from China as Daniil Kvyat does his best Bruce Springsteen impression and Nico Rosberg asks another car to go faster.

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8dESPN Staff

Driver and team reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix

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8dLaurence Edmondson

Honda disappointed with grid positions in China

Honda admitted it was disappointed to qualify at the back of the grid for the third race in a row at the Chinese Grand Prix after feeling that it had made progress over the last two weeks with it

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8dNate Saunders

'Main priority is to finish' - Alonso

After dropping out of Q1, Spaniard says McLaren's main focus is on maximising mileage in China rather than setting a positional target.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

McLaren's improvement surpasses Alonso's expectations

Fernando Alonso said Friday practice at the Chinese Grand Prix was better than expected for McLaren after the cars finished the second session 10th and 12th fastest.

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11dNate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson

F1 needs a Ferrari repeat in China

ESPN previews the weekend's Chinese Grand Prix and why the sport needs a slice of deja vu for the sake of the 2015 season.

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17dThe Pits

Alonso works out with 'Uptown Funk'

Fernando Alonso gets his funk on in bizarre training montage video featuring an exercise ball and a smash hit song.

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20dNate Saunders

Button: We're catching midfield teams

Jenson Button says McLaren should be encouraged by its race pace compared to the midfield despite a double DNF in Malaysia.

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20dLaurence Edmondson in Sepang

Mixed feelings for Alonso after Malaysia retirement

Fernando Alonso was left with "mixed feelings" following the Malaysian Grand Prix after he retired from his McLaren-Honda debut on the 21st lap of the race with an ERS cooling problem.

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