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Chinese Grand Prix Notes by Diego Merino

Following colourful and blue skied parks of Melbourne, we moved to the opposite, in every sense of the word, into the foggy and heavily polluted Shanghai, stage of the Chinese Grand Prix since 2004. 1,018 more words

NEWS & STORIES

Giovinazzi desperate to move on from the Chinese GP from hell

After a sensational debut at the Australian Grand Prix where at short notice he replaced Pascal Wehrlein at Sauber and finished P12, the Italian rookie Antonio Giovinazzi had pretty much the worst race weekend 2 weeks later in China. 308 more words

Formula One

F1 Chinese GP 2017 - A Time Capsule

My Driver of the Day

Has to be Carlos Sainz. He took a risk at the start, being the only driver to go out onto slicks and while it left him totally out of shape initially (even causing him to clatter into a barrier), he stuck it out and pushed hard all race, fighting in the top 10 and ending up finishing P7. 669 more words

Motorsport

Vettel: Entertaining and intense

Position: 2nd

Championship Standings: 1st, 43 points

Sebastian Vettel: “We can be happy with today‚Äôs results. The race was a lot of fun, very entertaining. Conditions were tricky at the start, you never know what can happen in those moments, so I was perhaps a bit too conservative. 179 more words

Sebastian Vettel

Chinese Grand Prix Post Race Press Conference (Vettel Extracts Only)

PODIUM INTERVIEWS

Talking of that, congratulations Sebastian, a bit unlucky really, you pitted under the virtual safety car and there was a safety car straight after. 1,118 more words

Sebastian Vettel

Vettel's Words for the Fans after the Race

Sebastian Vettel: “Pretty exciting, obviously, I think we had an interesting race. Not ideal in the beginning with the Safety Car, that didn’t help us. But, equally I think we had a good recovery, very happy with P2, a very entertaining race so, positive day! 92 more words

Sebastian Vettel

Chinese GP race report : Masterful drive by Hamilton to take win

Wet weather conditions resulted in a lot of confusion and action up and down the grid but an unfazed Lewis Hamilton drove a faultless race to take victory at the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix. 571 more words

Formula One