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26dNate Saunders

Button: We're catching midfield teams

Jenson Button says McLaren should be encouraged by its race pace compared to the midfield despite a double DNF in Malaysia.

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26dLaurence Edmondson in Sepang

Raikkonen lost downforce with puncture damage

Kimi Raikkonen's Ferrari lost downforce as a result of the puncture he suffered at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix, the team has confirmed.

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26dNate Saunders

Being lapped by Vettel hurts - Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo said being lapped by race winner and former team-mate Sebastian Vettel was "the icing on the cake" after another frustrating race for Red Bull in Malaysia.

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26dNate Saunders

'Bring it on,' says Rosberg

Nico Rosberg joked after Mercedes' dominant one-two in Australia that he wanted to see Ferrari close the gap - which led to a memorable exchange with Vettel - and he says he is relishing the Italian outfit's new-found pace.

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26dLaurence Edmondson in Sepang

Mixed feelings for Alonso after Malaysia retirement

Fernando Alonso was left with "mixed feelings" following the Malaysian Grand Prix after he retired from his McLaren-Honda debut on the 21st lap of the race with an ERS cooling problem.

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26dNate Saunders

Strategy did not cost me win - Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton doubts Mercedes could have beaten Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel even if it had matched the German driver's two-stop strategy in Malaysia.

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26dNate Saunders

Vettel: I was s***ting myself in final laps

Sebastian Vettel admits he had to calm himself down in the final few laps of the Malaysian Grand Prix as he closed in on his first victory at Ferrari.

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26dNate Saunders

Lauda: Vettel not boring anymore

Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says Sebastian Vettel's victory in Malaysia was good for Formula One and the German driver's own image after the reputation he built between 2010 and 2013.

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26dLaurence Edmondson in Sepang

Vettel beats Mercedes for first Ferrari win

Sebastian Vettel took his first Ferrari victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix and the first for the team in 35 races after beating Mercedes in a battle of tyre degradation and strategy in the heat of Sepang.

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Rosberg: Tyres a huge challenge

Nico Rosberg thinks the perfect strategy in Malaysia will involve getting as much out of one stint on the option tyre as possible during Sunday's race.

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Renault considering F1 exit

Following a difficult first year under new engine regulations, the French manufacturer is considering its F1 future with options varying from a takeover of Toro Rosso to leaving the sport entirely

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29dLaurence Edmondson in Sepang

MP4-30 exceeds Alonso's expectations

After Friday practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix, Fernando Alonso said his McLaren felt much better than he expected during his first run in the MP4-30 since pre-season testing.

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