Ferrari demanded to be heard over the penalty which cost Carlos Sainz Jnr a points finish in Melbourne. But the stewards should consider paying less attention to drivers.
Mercedes’ most competitive performance of the season so far in Melbourne last week has left its drivers wondering whether this is the shape of things to come.
Ferrari scored no points in the Australian Grand Prix but team principal Frederic Vasseur says their change in set-up approach has improved the car’s performance.
F1 drivers complained rivals were given places back after making mistakes in the final standing restart at the Australian Grand Prix. Here’s what they had to say.
Mercedes are convinced they made the right decision to pit George Russell during an early Safety Car period despite the red flag taking his advantage away.
Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer says the team will use the unplanned four-week break between F1 rounds to stock up on spare parts.
Ferrari have made their worst start to a season since 2009, but Lewis Hamilton’s 192nd career podium saw him break another record.
After Carlos Sainz Jnr’s penalty, Ferrari had one last card to play in an effort to score points. But their rivals worked out what they were going to do.
The ongoing dispute between Williams and Rokit has taken another turn as the team’s former sponsor has brought a case to court demanding $149 million in damages.
Max Verstappen and television commentators queried Lewis Hamilton’s driving during a Safety Car period, but the stewards confirmed no rule was broken.
A challenging Melbourne weekend for some, while others found luck was on their side. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Australian Grand Prix.
For a single lap during the Australian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen was 1.1 seconds quicker than every other driver. Was this another glimpse of Red Bull’s real pace?
Max Verstappen’s grid position for the final restart prompted questions over its legality. The Red Bull driver explained how he lined up so accurately.
Max Verstappen won again in Melbourne as multiple restarts and a renewed threat from Mercedes threatened to wrong-foot the reigning champion.
Logan Sargeant was surprised by his collision with Nyck de Vries at the final standing restart of the Australian Grand Prix, which ended his rival’s race.
The Australian Grand Prix admitted multiple “serious” security failures after fans entered the track at the end of the race, potentially putting themselves in danger.
The result of the Australian Grand Prix has been upheld after the stewards dismissed a protest by the Haas team.
Pierre Gasly has avoided drawing any closer to a race ban after the stewards chose not to penalise him for colliding with his team mate.
Pierre Gasly offered his apologies to his team mate after triggering the collision which eliminated the pair of them at the end of the Australian Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc rued his luckless start to the 2023 season after retiring from the Australian Grand Prix on the first lap of the race.