Sebastian Vettel scored the biggest win in Driver of the Weekend since Nico Hulkenberg in the 2013 Korean Grand Prix.
The memory of a disappointing start to the new season in Australia were quickly dispelled by an exciting Malaysian Grand Prix which produced a surprise winner.
Fans at the Malaysian Grand Prix filmed Marcus Ericsson spinning his Sauber, Sepang’s rapidly-changing weather and a 4K-quality time-lapse video of track action.
Nico Rosberg’s race engineer couldn’t give him all the information he wanted during the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend.
Sebastian Vettel’s Malaysian Grand Prix victory caught a lot of people by surprise – only nine Predictions Championship players had tipped him to win!
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix weekend.
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Sebastian Vettel needs just one more victory to equal Ayrton Senna’s tally of wins. Also in Malaysia Max Verstappen became F1’s youngest every points-scorer.
Vettel and Ferrari defeated the might of Mercedes with a drive which eclipsed the memory of their unsuccessful 2014 campaigns.
Mercedes’ tyre choice in Q1 one was one of a series of small mistakes which added up to the advantage Vettel needed to grab a surprising win.
Mercedes’ executive director Paddy Lowe acknowledged their decision to pit during the Safety Car period cost them time they were unable to make up.
Mercedes had a clear performance advantage over Ferrari in Malaysia but couldn’t make their tyres last for long enough to beat them.
The 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix in pictures.
Sebastian Vettel took his first victory with Ferrari in the Malaysian Grand Prix, leading the two Mercedes drivers home.
Sebastian Vettel moves up to second in the world championship following his Malaysian Grand Prix victory.
Sebastian Vettel beat the Mercedes drivers to win the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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For the second year in a row at Sepang Sebastian Vettel starts between the two Mercedes drivers. But he’s better-placed to take the fight to them this time.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix.