Delving into the drivers' performances after those dramatic final laps in Russian GP, with Lando Norris still the star of the show.
Lewis Hamilton hit another unbelievable Formula 1 milestone on Sunday as he clinched a record-extending 100th victory. We look at the key numbers...
Formula 1's top drivers have rallied around Lando Norris following the Russian GP heartbreak that the young Brit admitted still "hurts, so badly".
Lewis Hamilton hailed another "magical moment" in his Formula 1 career after claiming an incredible 100th win in Sunday's Russian GP
Lando Norris was "devastated" to miss out on victory at the Russian GP as McLaren rued the "wrong decision" to stay out as rain came.
Lewis Hamilton won a simply astonishing Russian GP after long-time race leader Lando Norris suffered late heartbreak by spinning his McLaren off in heavy rain
Lando Norris starts on pole for the first time in Russia with Lewis Hamilton fourth and Max Verstappen coming from the back of the grid. Watch on Sky Sports F1
Get ready for an epic Russian GP as Lando Norris, Carlos Sainz and George Russell form the top three - with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen looking to recover.
Lewis Hamilton said he was "incredibly disappointed" with himself and apologised to his Mercedes team after his two late crashes in Russian GP qualifying.
McLaren's Lando Norris secured an incredible first F1 pole position after a chaotic end to a wet-dry Russian GP qualifying.
Final practice for the Russian GP has been abandoned due to heavy rain and thunderstorms in Sochi.
How's that for drama? Lando Norris beats Carlos Sainz and George Russell to pole as Lewis Hamilton crashes twice at end of qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes must capitalise on Max Verstappen's Russian GP grid penalty but is braced for an "interesting" wet qualifying day.
Valtteri Bottas secured another one-two in second practice, while Max Verstappen's new engine and back-of-the-grid start for Sunday's race was confirmed.
Former McLaren boss Ron Dennis is tipping Max Verstappen to beat his former protégé Lewis Hamilton to the 2021 Formula 1 drivers' championship title.
Valtteri Bottas leads Lewis Hamilton in both Friday practice sessions in Sochi, as Max Verstappen's penalty for a new power unit is confirmed.
Max Verstappen says he has moved on from his crash with Lewis Hamilton at the Italian GP and is not planning to change his approach in wheel-to-wheel battles.