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61dMark Sutton

Life Through a Lens: The Alonso crash

Mark Sutton explains the two sequences of Fernando Alonso's crash his company captured at the Australian Grand Prix.

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68dNate Saunders

'Luckiest man alive' Alonso plans rest

Spaniard posts picture of himself posing with local newspaper, which brands him the 'luckiest man alive' after his horrifying crash in Melbourne.

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69dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg nearly retired due to brake issue

Mercedes was close to retiring Nico Rosberg's car from the Australian Grand Prix due to rising brake temperatures, the team has revealed.

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69dNate Saunders

Stewards take no action over Gutierrez-Alonso

Stewards concluded that "no driver was wholly or predominately to blame" in frightening crash between Esteban Gutierrez and Fernando Alonso in Australia.

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69dNate Saunders

Rosberg hails Mercedes strategy after win

Nico Rosberg praises Mercedes strategy after Melbourne and win and says he was unsure whether Ferrari would keep Sebastian Vettel on super-softs after the restart.

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69dNate Saunders

Hamilton relieved by recovery drive in Melbourne

Lewis Hamilton happy to have fought back to second after a woeful start from pole at the Australian Grand Prix saw him languish down in seventh position after one lap.

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69dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg wins action-packed Australian GP

Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to victory at a thrilling Australian Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel saw an early lead overturned by a race stoppage on lap 18.

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70dNate Saunders

Haas: 'We have to do a better job'

Guenther Steiner thinks Haas could have qualified as high as 14th after misjudging both drivers' first laps in Q1 and being consigned to the penultimate row.

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Wolff expects agreement on qualifying change

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says there is already a will among Formula One's stakeholders to ditch live-elimination qualifying ahead of the next round in Bahrain.

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70dNate Saunders

Bernie admits new format is 'pretty crap'

Bernie Ecclestone admits F1's new qualifying system was not good but maintains his belief the sport needs a system which creates a mixed up grid.

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70dLewis Larkam

Hamilton: Let fans decide qualifying system

Lewis Hamilton thinks F1 needs to "take a step back" and consider the opinions of the fans after the anti-climactic debut of the live elimination system in Australia.

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70dNate Saunders

Alonso: New format 'unfair' on slower teams

Fernando Alonso thinks live elimination qualifying favours the most competitive teams on the grid and says McLaren can be encouraged by its showing in Melbourne.

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70dNate Saunders

Horner: F1 owes fans an apology

Red Bull boss says F1 fans deserve an apology for Australia's dismal qualifying session and wants the old format adopted for the Bahrain Grand Prix.

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