Chinese GP secures three-year contract extension
The Chinese Grand Prix will remain on the Formula One calendar until 2020 after race organisers agreed a new deal with the sport's bosses.
F1 in push to boost Chinese interest
The future of the Chinese Grand Prix appears to have received a boost after Formula One signed a strategic partnership agreement with marketing company Lagardere Sport and Entertainment.
Horner calls on 'dangerous' T-wings to be banned
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has called on F1 to ban T-wings after seeing Max Verstappen's car get damaged by a loose part of Valtteri Bottas' car in FP2.
Radio Ga Ga: Raikkonen rants in Shanghai
Formula One race radio just wouldn't be the same without Kimi Raikkonen -- ESPN rounds up his best tidbits from what was a frustrating race for the Ferrari driver.
Wolff: Hamilton was in a different league in China
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton was "in a different league" as he took his 54th Formula One career victory at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Hamilton: Alonso to Merc in 2018 'not going to happen'
Lewis Hamilton has dismissed suggestions that Fernando Alonso could once again be his teammate in Formula One by joining him at Mercedes in 2018.
Lowe: Williams must learn lessons from China
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says his team needs to convert its Chinese Grand Prix disappointment into "constructive development" for future races.
Steiner: Magnussen proved a point in China
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says Kevin Magnussen "proved a point" with his drive to eighth place in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Bottas confident results will come soon enough
Valtteri Bottas says he has "positive vibes" heading into this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix and is confident his results at Mercedes will improve soon enough.
Horner questions Vettel's positioning on grid
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has called for clarity over how drivers are allowed to line up in their grid slots after Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had two wheels out of his box.
Driver reaction: Chinese Grand Prix
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Shanghai paddock following the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix.
Sainz on tyre gamble: 'I'm not so stupid anymore!'
Carlos Sainz said his drive to seventh in China proved to Toro Rosso he was not "mad" or "stupid" after deciding to start the race on dry tyres.
Bottas apologises to Merc for 'silly mistake'
Valtteri Bottas has vowed not to make the same mistake again after he spun off behind the Safety Car at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Alonso proud of 'incredible' China drive
Fernando Alonso thinks his performance at the Chinese Grand Prix was "incredible" and even better than the last race in Australia, which he had previously labelled the best of his career.
Ricciardo, Perez reprimanded for anthem mishap
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Force India's Sergio Perez have been handed reprimands for turning up late for the national anthem ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Kimi: 'Much more' possible in China with better strategy
Kimi Raikkonen says he could have got "much more" than fifth at the Chinese Grand Prix if Ferrari had made his final stop when he wanted to.
Verstappen: Wet-dry race was perfect for me
Max Verstappen says he benefited from "perfect" mixed conditions at the Chinese Grand Prix on his way to taking a remarkable podium finish from 16th on the grid.
Lewis: Last 20 laps in China 'what racing is all about'
Chinese Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton says the final stint of the race is "what racing is all about" because he and Sebastian Vettel were exchanging quick lap times despite a big gap on track.
Vettel rues timing of 'unfortunate' Safety Car
Sebastian Vettel admits the timing of the Safety Car in China prevented him capitalising on a risky decision to pit for slick tyres early on in his drive to second.
Story of the Chinese GP: Verstappen turns in another masterclass
ESPN rounds up the major talking points from an absorbing Chinese Grand Prix which featured a Red Bull surprise, some thrilling overtakes and another thrilling wet-weather display from Verstappen
Hamilton wins action-packed Chinese Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton won an absorbing Chinese Grand Prix which started in the wet and ended in the dry ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen.
Chinese Grand Prix strategy guide
ESPN looks at the possible strategies for a dry Chinese Grand Prix and the reason why an all-new full-wet tyre has been produced ahead of the weekend.
FIA takes steps to avoid repeat of Friday practice issues on race day
The FIA has made provisions to eliminate the possibility of the Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix being cancelled for the same reasons that Friday practice was abandoned.
Ricciardo: Red Bull performance genuine
Daniel Ricciardo admits Red Bull's Chinese Grand Prix qualifying pace is a realistic reflection of where the team currently stands in the 2017 Formula One pecking order.
Wolff: Hamilton made the difference in qualifying
Toto Wolff said Lewis Hamilton alone made the difference between pole position and second on the grid in China after Mercedes beat Ferrari in qualifying.
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