Two “critical” radio messages demonstrated how Lewis Hamilton lost the Australian Grand Prix. But was his team mate ordered not to pass him?
Fourteen players won prizes in the first Predictions Championship round of 2017, including three who made perfect predictions.
Sebastian Vettel was voted Driver of the Weekend for the second race in a row after his victory in the Australian Grand Prix.
Is it worth having spectacular cars which drivers can race flat-out if that means fewer overtaking moves? Here’s what you made of the first round of 2017.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Australian Grand Prix weekend.
A dejected Daniel Ricciardo said “let’s get out of here” after things went from bad to worse in the Australian Grand Prix.
F1’s return to more durable tyres was widely predicted to reduce the number of pit stops seen during the race, and so it proved.
Faster cars, more durable tyres – and an aborted start – produced the shortest Australian Grand Prix ever seen at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit.
Sebastian Vettel led a revitalised Ferrari to victory in the first race of 2017 by outfoxing Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton in the pits at Albert Park.
Which Formula One driver performed the best throughout the 2017 Australian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The cars of 2017 may be much faster than last year’s in the races but it seems the fears drivers would find it hard to overtake have been realised.
The first grand prix of 2017 revealed F1’s new cars have gained even more performance in race trim than they have over a single lap.
For the first time since 2013 a Mercedes driver isn’t leading the championship. Sebastian Vettel leads the points after round one.
Sebastian Vettel gave Ferrari their first victory for more than a year as the 2017 season began in Melbourne.
Sebastian Vettel won the first race of the 2017 season for Ferrari in Australia.
What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
The 2017 Australian Grand Prix in pictures.
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Qualifying punctured the pessimism which greeted Ferrari’s low-key showing on Friday: Perhaps Mercedes will face some serious opposition in 2017 after all.
“Is it box this lap or not? I’m coming in anyway…” Kimi Raikkonen resolved a miscommunication with his race engineer during qualifying.