Marussia team principal John Booth hailed the team’s start to the season after the first day of practice in Australia.
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The first day of practice ahead of the 2013 has been completed. Here’s over 100 pictures of the cars in action at Albert Park.
Two of F1’s newest drivers were among those to collect fines on the first day of the new season – and one of the old guard too.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh says practice today was “one of the hardest days I can recall” after the MP4-28 struggled on its debut.
Sebastian Vettel stayed on top of the times in the second practice session for the Australian Grand Prix.
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Sebastian Vettel began his championship defence by leading the first practice session of 2013 – but Ferrari weren’t far behind.
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There is a chance of showers throughout the next three days in Melbourne, particularly on Saturday, which could affect qualifying.
Don’t miss any of the action during this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix – here’s the times of all the F1 sessions.
The first race weekend of 2013 begins tomorrow and the teams are all ready to go in Melbourne. Here are pictures from the build-up to the first race weekend of the year.
Sebastian Vettel says the new restrictions on flexing front wings introduced this year were aimed at curtailing Red Bull’s superiority.
F1 drivers doubt there will be an advantage to be gained by deliberately avoiding the later stages of qualifying in order to save fresh sets of tyres.
There is little to separate the top teams ahead of the Australian Grand Prix. The top five have all been tipped as potential contenders for victory.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh expects the new generation of tyres for 2013 to give teams more trouble.
Kimi Raikkonen says Lotus’s 2013 challenger is an improvement over their previous car in every area.
Sergio Perez says he’s working harder than ever before as he prepares to make his first start as a McLaren driver in next week’s Australian Grand Prix.