Mercedes have explained their decision not to pit Lewis Hamilton behind the Chinese GP Safety Car in their most detailed account yet of their defeat in Shanghai.
Sky F1's Martin Brundle reviews an epic Chinese GP, a race of contrasts for the Red Bull pair, and ponders the unthinkable for Mercedes' 2019 driver choice...
Who starred and who has plenty to think about after round three of F1 2018 delivered a thriller in China?
Toto Wolff says Mercedes "still have much to understand" about their car after struggling for performance at the Chinese GP.
Lewis Hamilton claims Mercedes are currently the "second or third-fastest team" in F1 and it will be "very tough" to win the title.
Daniel Ricciardo again proved he is Formula 1's "master conjurer" with victory at the Chinese GP, Monday's newspapers say.
The Chinese GP wasn't just an epic race. It was also an event which may have entirely reshaped the title battle
Toro Rosso drivers Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley say miscommunication was behind their Chinese GP collision.
Daniel Ricciardo believes his stunning Chinese GP victory proves he would win a Formula 1 world title if given the right tools.
Lewis Hamilton has described his performance at the Chinese GP as a "disaster" while Toto Wolff has called on his Mercedes team to "get our act together".
Max Verstappen has accepted the blame for colliding with Sebastian Vettel at the Chinese GP.
Daniel Ricciardo won the Chinese GP after a spectacular charge in an epic race packed with controversy and overtakes galore.
Spins, controversies, Safety Car and incredible overtakes. The Shanghai race had it all - here's how it happened...
Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel were involved in a dramatic collision at the Chinese GP as the Red Bill driver rammed the Ferrari.
Don't miss the Chinese GP live only on Sky Sports F1 on Sunday, the race starts at 7.10am with build-up from 5.30am.
Mercedes believe the "fundamental pace" of their car remains strong despite the turnaround in fortunes compared to rivals Ferrari.
Ferrari's domination of Mercedes in Chinese GP qualifying is "the turning point" in the battle for supremacy in F1 2018, Damon Hill says.
Sebastian Vettel has hailed Ferrari's "unbelievable" pace in Chinese GP qualifying and says he is surprised by the gap to Mercedes.
Sebastian Vettel is perfectly placed to claim his third successive win at the start of F1 2018 after snatching pole position from Kimi Raikkonen.
Sebastian Vettel led a dominant Ferrari one-two in Practice Three for the Chinese GP while Daniel Ricciardo suffered an engine failure.
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