Follow the 2017 Australian Grand Prix second practice session on F1 Fanatic Live.
There was a big change on the timing screens in the first practice session of 2017 but one thing stayed the same: two Mercedes cars were at the top.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
Follow the 2017 Australian Grand Prix first practice session on F1 Fanatic Live.
Formula One may have to wait until race two of 2017 to discover just how much quicker its new cars are as rain is forecast on the first qualifying day of the new season.
The first race of 2017 is almost upon us. Here are the top five talking points ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Esteban Ocon confirmed he did not lose any weight in response to Force India’s concerns over the performance of its car.
Lewis Hamilton wants F1 to keep making major rules changes in order to prevent a single team from dominating.
Fernando Alonso says Formula One’s reduced 20-car field is sufficient despite the loss of two more cars over the winter.
Daniel Ricciardo has welcomed a move to relax the restrictions on wheel-to-wheel racing between drivers including a softening of the ‘Verstappen rule’.
Sebastian Vettel has spoken out against plans to increase the Formula One calendar to 25 races but Lewis Hamilton says he’d like to do more races.
Ferrari head into the 2017 F1 season as the favourites to win and are ‘trying to keep a lid on the hype’ according to Lewis Hamilton.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
How much quicker will Formula One’s radical new generation of cars be around Melbourne’s parkland circuit at this weekend’s season-opening race?
Formula One will evaluate whether any changes need to be made to the Drag Reduction System this year following the Chinese Grand Prix.
No Australian driver has officially finished on the podium at their home race. Will that change this year? Here’s the essential data for Melbourne.
Don’t miss any of the 2017 Australian Grand Prix sessions – here are all the times for the first race weekend of the new season.
Fernando Alonso is braced for a tough start to the 2017 F1 season at McLaren following the team’s struggles in testing.
The gap between the front-running teams in F1 has closed up over the winter according to Mercedes’ head of motorsport Toto Wolff.
Romain Grosjean has said Formula One’s new generation of cars aren’t as physically demanding to drive as was feared.