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Marc Priestley is joined in the studio by David Brabham and Perry McCarthy to discuss the Russian GP's main talking points.
From curling to boxing and new things to try, Rachel Brookes has some behind-the-scenes stories from the Russian GP weekend.
Valtteri Bottas has emerged as a title contender following his impressive win in Russia, according to F1 Report guests.
Valtteri comes of age, Sebastian stays in vintage form and Lewis suffers his worst weekend we can remember in a long time...
Martin Brundle reviews the Russian GP, what it told us about F1 2017 and what it revealed about our new championship contender...
Lewis Hamilton admits he cannot explain his dramatic loss of pace and performance in the Russian GP.
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas credits 'home comforts' to keeping his focus during nerve-wracking Russian GP win.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso has described his feeling of helplessness after failing to even start the Russian GP.
Congratulations to Valtteri from his peers, thoughts on the title race and mixed emotions in Sochi - the Russian GP social media reaction
Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas claimed his maiden F1 win after fighting off Sebastian Vettel for victory in the Russian GP.
Jolyon Palmer has blamed Romain Grosjean for their race-ending first-lap crash in the Russian GP.
Formula 1's new commercial chief Sean Bratches has told Sky F1 he would like to group the race calendar on a regional basis.
Can Ferrari stay ahead of Mercedes in Sochi? Don't miss the Russian Grand Prix on Sky Sports F1 this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton is aiming to turn "negatives into positives" with his car at the Russian GP and overcome fourth place on the grid.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says that the team is "back" after taking pole position in Sochi just ahead of team-mate Raikkonen.
Missed Saturday's thriller at Sochi? Then watch the final critical moments as Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari left it late to beat Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel topped Ferrari's first front-row lock-out in nine years as Ferrari surged ahead of Mercedes in Russian GP Qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel's pole position at the Russian GP could prove a critical turning point in F1 2017, according to Martin Brundle.