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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
  MALAYSIAN GP
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Friday 
Practice 1 10:00-11:30
Practice 214:00-15:30
Saturday 
Practice 314:00-15:00
Qualifying17:00-18:00
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  2015 FORMULA 1 CALENDAR
RndDateRace
1 15 Mar Australia
2 29 Mar Malaysia
3 12 Apr China
4 19 Apr Bahrain
5 10 May Spain
6 24 May Monaco
7 7 Jun Canada
8 21 Jun Austria
9 5 Jul Great Britain
10 26 Jul Hungary
11 23 Aug Belgium
12 6 Sep Italy
13 20 Sep Singapore
14 27 Sep Japan
15 11 Oct Russia
16 25 Oct USA
17 1 Nov Mexico
18 15 Nov Brazil
19 29 Nov Abu Dhabi
  F1 NEWS view all »

 
F1 warned over approach to penalties16:34
Bottas backs team orders stance13:38
Manor denies it can't run both cars12:01
Ferrari: Passing Mercedes was unlikely09:14
Smedley: Williams has work to do30/03
Wolff admits Vettel win a 'wake-up call'30/03
Boss warns Ferrari to stay realistic30/03
Alonso: McLaren pace 'nice surprise'30/03
Bottas laments his 'worst first lap'30/03
Raikkonen rues 'poor' weekend29/03
Red Bull to investigate brake issues29/03
Force India drivers: Penalties unfair29/03
Wolff: Pace not strategy was problem29/03
Mercedes blames strategy and balance29/03
Vettel: Heat key to beating Mercedes29/03
Power unit problems cost McLaren29/03
Malaysian GP extends F1 deal to 201829/03
Vettel defeats Mercedes in Malaysia29/03
Stevens to miss Malaysian GP29/03
Williams: Tyre error cost positions28/03
Hamilton denies Rosberg blocked him28/03
Vettel: Ferrari win not impossible28/03
Verstappen: Rain saved brake problem28/03
Raikkonen blames bad timing28/03
Ricciardo: RBR 'night and day' better28/03
Grosjean given two-place grid penalty28/03
Manor drivers get permission to race28/03
Alonso: Q1 exits will stop soon28/03
Hamilton resists Vettel for pole28/03
Pirelli buyout won't affect F1 deal28/03
Rosberg on top in final practice28/03
Palmer's Friday debut set for China27/03
Analysis: Ferrari's eye-opening pace27/03
Renault considering leaving F127/03
Manor drivers expect to qualify27/03
Alonso: McLaren making big progress27/03
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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
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
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
AUTOSPORT's technical expert on how a sharper Ferrari has emerged over the winter, the cracks showing at Mercedes, and why Williams has become a disappointment
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