4th (33 Pts)
5th (28 Pts)
Sebastian Vettel has warned against writing Ferrari off in their battle with Mercedes despite more frustrations in Sochi.
Nico Rosberg says Mercedes can no longer claim Ferrari are 'close' after beating them by almost a second in Russian GP qualy.
Sebastian Vettel has been handed a five-place grid penalty after Ferrari were forced to change his gearbox ahead of the Russian GP.
F1 title rivals Mercedes and Ferrari have spent their first in-season engine tokens improving their engines for Russian GP.
Daniel Ricciardo reckons revitalised Red Bull can harbour ambitions of catching Ferrari by the August summer break.
Sebastian Vettel's rebuke of Daniil Kvyat at the Chinese GP was "sour grapes", say the guests on this week's F1 Report.
Mercedes have opted for softer tyres than Ferrari for the Russian GP next week, taking two more sets of supersofts.
Mercedes and Ferrari insist engine makers have gone out of their way over future rules - despite Christian Horner's claims.
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has warned his Formula 1 team the "clock is on" and they must start beating Mercedes.
Who starred in the Shanghai sunshine and who wilted under the pressure?
Things got heated in the pre-podium room following the Chinese Grand Prix between Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat.
Ferrari "missed an open goal" by failing to secure a place on the front row in qualifying, according to Martin Brundle.
Sebastian Vettel is cautiously optimistic about Ferrari's chances of making more of a fight for pole with Mercedes in China.
Toto Wolff has praised Ferrari after Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel secured an impressive one-two in Practice Two.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari should take heart from the fact their "speed is there" but admits they must improve their reliability.
Nico can make Lewis crack; Mercedes stick to their hymn sheet; Can Haas do it again in China? And where are McLaren-Honda?
Toto Wolff believes Ferrari have only shown glimpses of the threat they pose to his team at 2016's opening two races.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says if he could make one change to F1 it would be a return to normally aspirated engines.
F1 teams' rare show of unity ensured they won the 'power battle' over qualifying, according to the British press.
Bernie Ecclestone has defended the premium paid to Ferrari in recognition of their status as F1's most long-standing team.
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