In the round-up: Toto Wolff says that Mercedes still believe that Ferrari have the potential to challenge them at the front this season.
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Toto Wolff still sees Ferrari as a big threat despite Mercedes winning streak (ESPN)
"If you consider where they were at the end of lap one and they ended second and fourth, this must be a satisfying result for them. There very much a competitor."
Vettel moves to defuse Kvyat row (Formula1.com)
"What happened on the first lap, in the end, is a racing incident. I was determined to overtake Kimi. Daniil was determined to overtake me."
Rosberg: Hamilton remains the 'benchmark' in F1 (Sky)
"I look forward to the battle though, that's what I'm here for. He's the benchmark."
Force India's pitlane antics 'dangerous' (Eurosport)
"The pitlane should be a safe place, not a place to race and create chaos."
China pitlane vehicle incident 'low key but unacceptable' - FIA (Autosport)
"The driver lacked experience and won't do it again, but it must be emphasised this is not a normal run-off area and the risk was low. Unacceptable nonetheless."
VIDEO: Is Nico Rosberg looking unstoppable? (UK only) (BBC)
"BBC Radio 5 live's Tom Clarkson and Mark Gallagher look back at an eventful Chinese Grand Prix, where Nico Rosberg took his third straight win of 2016 and Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton fought back to seventh."
All omens look good for Rosberg but if Hamilton looks hard he can find some encouragement (Telegraph)
"Rosberg will have to defy history to lose this championship from here. The nine previous times a driver has won the first three races of the season, they have been crowned at the end of the year."
Haas’ F1 honeymoon ends with ‘horrific’ race in China (NBC)
"Haas’ Formula 1 honeymoon came to an end in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix as drivers Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez endured difficult races at the Shanghai International Circuit."
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On this day in F1
Happy birthday to Anthony Davidson who is 37 today.
Also on this day 45 years ago Tyrrell, who had previously raced customer cars, scored their first victory as a full constructor, in the 1971 Spanish Grand Prix.