Lap times at the Sepang International Circuit last weekend were the slowest since F1 first visited the track 15 years ago.
Kevin Magnussen and Jules Bianchi have had penalty points added to their licenses for infractions during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa defended his decision to ignore orders from Williams to let his team mate overtake him in the closing stages of the race.
Lewis Hamilton dedicated his win in today’s Malaysian Grand Prix to those who lost their lives in the Malaysian Airlines plane crash three weeks ago and their families.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has taken a defiant stance in the ongoing row over Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix.
Rain during qualifying left the Williams team frustrated as they were unable to exploit their car’s dry weather performance.
Lewis Hamilton said he “bailed out” of his final flying lap in qualifying because visibility was so poor at the end of Q3.
Nico Rosberg said he was surprised by the severity of tyre degradation during the first day of practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Bernie Ecclestone has revised his opinion of the new 2014 engines after hearing them in action for the first time during practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Jenson Button says the high temperature at the Sepang International Circuit is exacerbating the weaknesses of the McLaren MP4-29.
The FIA’s pan to introduce a cost cap in Formula One next year is realistic and can be made to work, says Marussia’s sporting director Graeme Lowden.
F1 cars could be lapping four seconds quicker by the end of the season due to the increased rate of development this year.
Kamui Kobayashi says Caterham haven’t begun tapping the potential of their CT05 after a series of problems during the first race weekend of the season.
F1 drivers have defended the sport against the criticism its new engines have received from some quarters since the first race of the season.
A tribute will be made at the Malaysian Grand Prix in honour of those affected by the recent air tragedy involving Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says his drivers still have a “healthy rivalry” following the row over team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mark Webber finished behind team mate Sebastian Vettel in controversial circumstances in Sepang but F1 Fanatic readers picked him as the best driver of the race weekend.
Christian Horner confirms Red Bull will stop using team orders as Sebastian Vettel says he would not obey them and he deserved to win in Malaysia.
Fernando Alonso says he isn’t concerned about his retirement from the Malaysian Grand Prix because “everyone has at least two or three DNFs per season”.
Felipe Massa has criticised Red Bull’s use of team orders in the Malaysian Grand Prix, saying it was too early in the championship to use them.