So far the Russian Grand Prix weekend is shaping up much like the three that preceded it: Mercedes are talking up the threat from Ferrari, but the red team have tripped up long before race day.
Which of the Mercedes drivers will come out on top this weekend? And how close are Ferrari in Russia? It’s time to make your race predictions.
Mercedes stayed on top in the second practice session for the Russian Grand Prix – but this time it was Lewis Hamilton who led the way.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2016 Russian Grand Prix including Red Bull testing their Aeroscreen and Sergey Sirotkin driving for Renault.
Nico Rosberg got his Russian Grand Prix weekend off to a strong start by lapping seven-tenths of a second faster than team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2016 Russian Grand Prix.
Will Nico Rosberg make it seven wins in a row this weekend? Here’s how the teams and drives line up for round four of the championship in Russia.
The Russian Grand Prix’s move from October to April means cooler conditions are expected for Formula One’s third race at the Sochi Autodrom.
With its vast expanses of asphalt run-offs, abundance of slow corners and low-grip surface, Sochi Autodrom is typical of the modern generation of F1 tracks designed by Hermann Tilke.
Don’t miss any of the 2016 Russian Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action.
Sergio Perez became the ninth different Driver of the Weekend winner in 2015 after taking Force India’s first podium finish of the year.
The dramatic conclusion to the Russian Grand Prix helped it earn a considerably better rating than last year’s race.
Button grassed up Sainz, Alonso got in trouble with the FIA, and Vettel spotted another track trespasser. Here are the team radio messages from Russia.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Russian Grand Prix weekend.
Lewis Hamilton missed out on pole position for the third race in a row in Russia, which was bad news for the three-quarters of you who’d predicted he would start there.
Who do you think was the best driver during the 2015 Russian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Mercedes became the ninth team in F1 history to successfully defend the constructors championship yesterday.
Nico Rosberg could be forgiven if he was the one Mercedes employee who didn’t fully enjoy his team’s constructors’ championship success in Russia.
While Sergio Perez’s 41-lap long run on soft tyres earned him a deserved podium finish, another driver managed an even more impressive feat of tyre-nursing in Russia.
When Valtteri Bottas was taken out on the final lap of the race by Kimi Raikkonen, one of the first drivers to benefit was his team mate, who had patiently worked his way up from a lowly grid position.