Lando Norris took fifth place in Melbourne despite having to do severe lifting and coasting over the final three laps, while his team mate was told to hold position.
Alex Albon described his first point for Williams as “completely unimaginable” after the team’s strategist predicted both cars would finish at the back.
Christian Horner says that Red Bull “can’t accept DNFs” after Max Verstappen retired from second place in the Australian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc dominated the Australian Grand Prix to take his second victory of the season after Max Verstappen retired from second place with a technical problem.
In the round-up: Tsunoda sorry for spoiling Gasly’s lap • Sainz aware Ferrari ‘lack experience’ in title fights • Dennis upset with Formula E penalties
Charles Leclerc has pole position but his team mate’s misfortune means Red Bull have strength in numbers in the fight for victory.
Jaguar’s Mitch Evans climbed from ninth on the grid to win the first Rome EPrix of the weekend ahead of Robin Frijns and Stoffel Vandoorne.
The Australian Grand Prix stewards have taken no further action against Sergio Perez after investigating him for speeding under yellow flags in Q2.
Carlos Sainz Jnr did not hide his frustration after a series of events in qualifying left him ninth on the grid for the Australian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc admitted he was “surprised” by Ferrari’s pace in qualifying after taking pole position by almost three tenths over Max Verstappen.
Charles Leclerc took his second pole of the season in Australia after denying Max Verstappen with his final effort in qualifying.
Lando Norris was the fastest driver in final practice at Albert Park, during which both Aston Martin drivers crashed.
The FIA has removed the fourth DRS zone which was added to the Albert Park circuit for this weekend’s race.
In the round-up: Leg fracture puts Correa at risk of missing Imola Formula 3 round • Maserati to join Formula E with Venturi • DeFrancesco given six-place grid penalty
On the revised, faster Albert Park track the balance of power between pace-setters Ferrari and Red Bull could be swung by how little downforce each can run.
McLaren drivers Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo are keeping their expectations in check despite finishing both practice sessions at Albert Park in the top 10.
Charles Leclerc set the overall pace in the afternoon practice session ahead of Max Verstappen at the end of the first day of F1 running for the Australian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso and Yuki Tsunoda will both move to a third power unit as practice for the Australian Grand Prix begins on Friday.
Carlos Sainz Jnr was quickest ahead of Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc during the first practice session of Formula 1’s return to the Australian Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Audi and Porsche in “final phase” of F1 entry plans • Albert Park still traction dependent – Ferrari • GT7 patch rebalances economy