Which drivers excelled at the Shanghai International Circuit and who had a weekend to forget? Our driver ratings from the Chinese Grand Prix…
Daniel Ricciardo: Funny how Formula 1 works out. From two minutes away from not being able to take part in qualifying after his engine went pop, to winning the Chinese Grand Prix in emphatic style with a late surge after the Safety Car.
After four DNFs in his last six races, we have not been able to see Ricciardo at his very best – but...
DANIEL RICCIARDO admitted he has strengthened his bargaining position with Red Bull by winning the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ricciardo started sixth after a miraculous engine rebuild saw him only just squeak into qualifying at all. But the Australian pitted behind the safety car while the leaders stayed out and found himself on fresh rubber in the closing stages of the race.
Ricciardo sliced through the field to claim the sixth victory of his career in impressive fashion. The 28-year-old is in...
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo took a sensational victory in the Chinese Grand Prix as a chaotic final 20 laps threw the championship wide open.
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas, who finished second, is only five behind the Briton, and Ricciardo a further three behind the Finn.
DANIEL Ricciardo left everyone with their jaws on the floor at the Chinese Grand Prix after surging ahead of the pack with three stunning overtakes.
The Aussie F1 ace left Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and...
Daniel Ricciardo has said he would have "100 per cent" gone for an attempted overtake on Sebastian Vettel at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas opted not to try and squeeze past the race leader in the dying stages of a thrilling race at the Bahrain International Circuit, with one pundit suggesting the Finn "bottled" the opportunity to win.
If he was in that situation, Ricciardo said he would have had no hesitation in launching an attack on his former team-mate.
Sebastian Vettel beat Valtteri Bottas in a nail-biting finish to the Bahrain Grand Prix, a race that saw Lewis Hamilton recover to third and a double DNF for Red Bull.
After the bore-fest that was Australia, Bahrain delivered in both picturesque setting and drama from start to finish.
Pole sitter Sebastian Vettel set himself up for a second win of this season with a clinical start, unchallenged off the line by either Kimi Raikkonen or Valtteri Bottas. Instead the two Finns were left...
Sebastian Vettel clinched pole ahead of the 200th race start of his career after Max Verstappen crashed out in Q1 in Bahrain.
An error from Vettel put team-mate Kimi Raikkonen on provisional pole, but the German responded well with his final attacking lap to secure his 51st career pole and first since Mexico last year by 0.143 seconds.
Raikkonen locked out the front row for Ferrari, with Valtteri Bottas 0.166 seconds off the pace in third. Lewis Hamilton could only secure P4...
Sebastian Vettel says he'll walk away from Formula 1 when he is either too slow, or not passionate enough about the sport.
This weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix marks the German's 200th grand prix start, putting him in an elite club.
However, unlike the last driver who reached 200 – Nico Rosberg – Vettel, 30, has no plans to quit F1 any time soon.
"No, you just give up when you're too slow," he told Corriere Della Serra when asked if there was a right age to stop racing.
"Or when you...