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Passing Mercedes on
track unlikely - Ferrari
Ferrari's technical director James Allison says it was unlikely that Sebastian Vettel would have been able to pass Lewis Hamilton on track to win the Malaysian Grand Prix
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While updates for the Malaysian Grand Prix are sparse, a visit to Sepang has allowed CRAIG SCARBOROUGH to reveal some fascinating details about Formula 1's leading cars
Did Mercedes throw the Malaysian Grand Prix away with poor tactics, or were Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari always destined to win? BEN ANDERSON unravels the race
Fernando Alonso's explanation of his F1 testing crash posed as many questions as it answered. But on-track, says BEN ANDERSON, the Spaniard removed any sense of doubt in Malaysia
There's an obvious 10-out-of-10 contender in BEN ANDERSON's Malaysian Grand Prix driver rankings, but a plunge down the scoreboard for one of the heroes of Australia
IndyCar's latest attempt at global expansion failed with the cancellation of its Brazil-based opener. MARK GLENDENNING asks if it hit the ground running after a long off-season, extended further still
A new season always brings a fresh set of talking points, and the 2015 instalment of MotoGP is no different. Before Qatar's season opener, MATT BEER and 1993 world champion KEVIN SCHWANTZ survey the scene
Times are hard for grand prix promoters, but Melbourne organisers have proved F1 events can not only be viable, but thrive. Struggling races need to take note, says DIETER RENCKEN
The loss of the German Grand Prix shows how some circuits have failed to adapt to the changing sporting landscape. LAWRENCE BARRETTO looks at who is getting it right, and who has fallen behind
Many braced themselves for a dull season of Lewis Hamilton dominance after Australia, but EDD STRAW isn't writing off F1 2015 yet. He says it all depends on one potential game-changer
As Sauber found itself in a court drama in Australia, our SECRET MECHANIC's thoughts were with the crew members whose jobs were on the line amid a controversy not of their making
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