Was Ricciardo trying too hard?
Jonathan Legard discusses Daniel Ricciardo's crash and explains why he believes he was trying too hard to impress at qualifying for his home race.
Bottas 'not satisfied' with third on debut
Valtteri Bottas declared himself "not satisfied" by qualifying third for the Australian Grand Prix after being pipped to a place on the front row by Sebastian Vettel.
Three teams suffer in Q1.
Why did Renault, McLaren and Williams all struggle in Q1? Jonathan Legard discusses the challenges ahead for the three teams.
Hamilton hails 'incredble' Merc, anticipates 'tight' Ferrari fight from pole
Fresh from claiming pole position for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton has hailed his Mercedes as "the best I have experienced".
Ferrari take fight to Mercedes in Australia.
Jonathan Legard discusses why the new owners of Formula One will be happy after an exciting qualifying in Melbourne.
Palmer bemoans 'awful' car after Q1 exit
Jolyon Palmer has slammed his Renault Formula One car after a poor qualifying performance left him on the back-row of the grid for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Vettel: Australia pole just out of reach
After vindicating Ferrari's pre-season promise with a spot on the front row of the Australian Grand Prix grid, Sebastian Vettel admitted pole position was just out of reach.
Hamilton beats Vettel to Australia pole
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to pole position in the first qualifying session of the 2017 after Mercedes and Ferrari fought for supremacy over the front two rows of the grid.
Stroll set for five-place grid penalty
Lance Stroll will make his Formula One debut at the Australian Grand Prix with a five-place grid penalty after Williams were forced to change the gearbox on his car following final practice.
Vettel fastest in shortened final practice
Sebastian Vettel topped the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix, giving hope that Ferrari might be able to challenge Mercedes at the opening race.
Unfit Wehrlein ruled out of Australian GP
Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein will miss the season-opening Australian Grand Prix after admitting he does not feel fit enough to complete a race distance.
Haas ordered to remove its T-wing
Haas was forced to remove its T-wing from its Formula One car ahead of second practice for the Australian Grand Prix, team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed.
Hamilton fastest in FP2.
Lewis Hamilton was the fastest driver during Friday practice recording a staggering 1:23:620 lap. 0.547 seconds ahead of 2nd place Sebastian Vettel.
Driver reaction: Friday practice in Melbourne
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Melbourne paddock following Friday practice for the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
McLaren: Too early to say if Honda reliability issues are solved
McLaren's executive director Zak Brown is not expecting a big step in performance form engine partner Honda.
Bottas: Work to do to catch Lewis
Valtteri Bottas admits he has work to do to close the gap to Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton following Friday practice for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Alonso: McLaren can only hope for a miracle
Fernando Alonso says the only thing he and McLaren can hope for at the Australian Grand Prix is "miracles" after enduring a frustrating first Friday of 2017.
Hamilton: Difference to testing is 'night and day'
Any concerns Lewis Hamilton had about the competitiveness of his Mercedes were put to rest by two practice sessions at the Australian Grand Prix on Friday.
Ricciardo: Mercedes not insanely quick
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can make significant gains to Mercedes' early pace before qualifying for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Palmer caught 'massively by surprise' by FP2 crash
Jolyon Palmer insists he has not lost confidence in his Renault despite crashing out unexpectedly of free practice two in Australia.
Brawn and Bratches meet the press
Kate Walker looks at the first public appearance of Ross Brawn and Sean Bratches -- two of the three men now leading Liberty Media's F1 -- and what the immediate future holds for the sport.
Kimi: Ferrari can be happy with Friday showing
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari can be pleased with its showing during Friday practice for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but admits the team still has improvements to make.
Verstappen: Red Bull just a bit too slow
Max Verstappen says Red Bull is not on the pace of Mercedes and Ferrari at the Australian Grand Prix after finishing Friday practice in fifth and sixth.
Vettel: Plenty to come from Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel downplayed Ferrari's underwhelming Friday practice in Australia, saying he is sure the team has plenty of performance to find before qualifying.
Hamilton dominates FP2, Ferrari 0.5s behind
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton again set the benchmark pace in practice for the Australian Grand Prix as Ferrari continue to leave everyone speculating on their true potential.
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