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Rachel's diary: Shanghai stories
My China week began with a call from Natalie Pinkham on Monday evening.
'Vettel feeling the pressure'
Sebastian Vettel's rebuke of Daniil Kvyat at the Chinese GP was "sour grapes" and a sign of pressure getting to him, according to the guests on this week's F1 Report.
Brundle: Rosberg on a roll
Nico Rosberg serenely marches on.
Ferrari boss fires team warning
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne has warned his Formula 1 team the "clock is on" and they must start beating Mercedes to race wins.
WATCH: Ted's Race Notebook
Ted Kravitz brings you news on every team and driver following an incident-packed Chinese GP.
Alonso: McLaren not quick enough
A disappointed Fernando Alonso feels McLaren simply didn't have the pace to challenge for points at the Chinese GP.
Rosberg: Lewis the benchmark
Nico Rosberg says Lewis Hamilton remains the "benchmark" for him despite winning his sixth race in a row in China to take control of the 2016 world title fight.
Chinese GP driver ratings
WATCH: Dramatic start in China
Relive an action-packed start to the Chinese GP that saw lots of overtaking and plenty of contact at the first corner in Shanghai.
Lewis: Car drove like a bed
Lewis Hamilton felt his Mercedes drove like a "four-poster bed" after sustaining front-wing damage at the first corner of the Chinese GP - with the world champion eventually battling back to seventh.
WATCH: Vettel chastises Kvyat
Things got heated in the pre-podium room following the Chinese Grand Prix between Sebastian Vettel and Daniil Kvyat.
Nico wins dramatic China GP
Nico Rosberg left the drama and chaos of the Chinese GP in his wake to claim a commanding sixth win in a row and open up a big lead at the top of the Drivers' Championship.
Alonso: McLaren lost out on Q3
A "massively frustrated" Fernando Alonso believes McLaren would have secured the first Q3 appearance of their Honda reunion had Q2 run its normal course.
'Ferrari missed an open goal'
Ferrari "missed an open goal" by failing to secure a place on the front row in Chinese GP qualifying, according to Sky F1 pundit Martin Brundle.
WATCH: Ted's Qualy Notebook
Ted Kravitz brings you all the news following an incident packed qualifying session in China.
WATCH: How pole was won & lost
World championship leader Nico Rosberg has secured his first pole of the 2016 season - but how did he do it?
Ricciardo surprised & delighted
Daniel Ricciardo admits his performance in qualifying for the Chinese GP proved a surprise even to him, as he secured a front-row start for Red Bull.
WATCH: Wehrlein spins out
Manor rookie Pascal Wehrlein caused an early red flag in Chinese GP qualifying when he crashed into the barriers on the Shanghai International Circuit's pit straight.
Hamilton starts last in China
Lewis Hamilton will start from the back of the grid at the Chinese GP after his five-place penalty was compounded by Mercedes power unit problems in qualifying.
Nico on China pole, Lewis last
Nico Rosberg took his first pole position of the season in China, where Lewis Hamilton hit unreliability problems and will start from last.