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22hNate Saunders

Rosberg: Ferrari pace is 'very worrying'

Rosberg thinks Ferrari will be a genuine threat for the victory on Sunday, even though Mercedes has maintained one-lap advantage.

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23hLaurence 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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2dNate Saunders

Alonso: McLaren still in test mode

Says finishing position is still second priority as McLaren looks to continue making progress, but thinks a place in Q2 is possible in Bahrain.

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2dNate Saunders

Hamilton: 'Everything is good' with Rosberg

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.

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3dRadio 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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4d

Webber: F1 always goes in cycles

Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber says that teams in F1 always enjoy periods of success before others overtake them.

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5dMaurice Hamilton

China: What the papers say

After the first cracks in this year's team unity started to show at Mercedes, Maurice Hamilton looks at which of the British newspapers took the opportunity to stir the pot...

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6dKate Walker

Handbags at dawn: Lewis v Nico

A storm in a teacup or storm clouds gathering? Kate Walker analyses the spat between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg following the Chinese Grand Prix.

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6dLaurence Edmondson

Wolff: Hamilton wasn't trying to compromise Rosberg

Toto Wolff has revealed that Mercedes had discussed the contentious situation that emerged between its two drivers at the Chinese Grand Prix before the race.

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6dLaurence Edmondson

Lauda: Drivers have to be 'egocentric bastards'

Mercedes boss Niki Lauda says Lewis Hamilton did nothing wrong at the Chinese Grand Prix and that he expects both his drivers to be selfish in the heat of battle.

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7dESPN 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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7dNate Saunders

Hamilton still expects fight from Ferrari

World champion finished almost a second ahead of Sebastian Vettel in third but is expecting Ferrari to be a force in the race.

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7dNate Saunders

Hamilton beats Rosberg to pole by 0.04s

Lewis Hamilton beat Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to pole position by the slimmest of margins as the Ferrari threat failed to emerge in qualifying.

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7dNate Saunders

FP3: Hamilton asserts Mercedes' strength

World champion tops his third practice session of the weekend as Mercedes shows its one-lap advantage over Ferrari in China.

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