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Ferrari president unhappy with China display

Maurizio Arrivabene admits Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne voiced his displeasure with the team's performance at the Chinese Grand Prix.

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101dNate Saunders

China a 'good reality check' for Haas

Guenther Steiner admits the Chinese Grand Prix was a much-needed "reality check" for the Haas team as its first non-points scoring finish in F1.

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Wolff still sees Ferrari as a big threat

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Ferrari is still a big threat to his team despite Nico Rosberg securing three straight victories in the opening races.

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101dNate Saunders

Arrivabene: No-one to blame for Ferrari collision

Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene admitted it would be wrong to point the finger of blame at Sebastian Vettel after his collision with Kimi Raikkonen at Turn 1 in China.

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Hamilton takes positives despite 'horrifying' race

Lewis Hamilton feared his seventh place finish at the Chinese Grand Prix would result in a bigger points deficit to team-mate Nico Rosberg in the drivers' championship.

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101dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg wins chaotic Chinese Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg's winning streak continued with a third straight victory of the season at the Chinese Grand Prix as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton had to settle for seventh.

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102dNate Saunders

Wolff: Hamilton personal growth 'mind-blowing'

Toto Wolff says the way Lewis Hamilton has responded to adversity in China underlines his "mind-blowing" personal transformation since joining Mercedes.

102dLaurence Edmondson

Wehrlein scared by 'strange' spin

Pascal Wehrlein said his spin during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix was "something really strange".

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102dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes fit new power unit for Hamilton

Mercedes will change all the components of Lewis Hamilton's power unit ahead of Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix after localising the issue to the car's MGU-H.

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Vettel: I didn't deserve top three position

Sebastian Vettel says his Ferrari was good enough to qualify on the front row at the Chinese Grand Prix, but admits he did not deserve a top three position.

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102dNate Saunders

Alonso sure McLaren would have made Q3

Fernando Alonso is sure both McLarens would have made the top-ten shootout in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix before the late red flag during Q2.

102dNate Saunders

Kimi: 'We had a chance to be on top today'

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Ferrari would have been "very close" to pole position before mistakes forced it to settle for the second row of the grid for the Chinese Grand Prix.

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102dNate Saunders

Lewis: Hungary 2014 repeat will be difficult

Lewis Hamilton thinks it will be hard to repeat his Hungary 2014 heroics at the Chinese Grand Prix after an engine failure consigned him to the back of the grid.

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102dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg takes pole as bad luck strikes again for Hamilton

Nico Rosberg took pole position at the Chinese Grand Prix ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo, while an ERS problem meant Lewis Hamilton failed to set a time and will start from last position.

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103dNate Saunders

Vettel: More to come from Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel thinks there is more to come from Ferrari in China but he is refusing to predict the team can beat Mercedes to pole position.

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