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Jenson Button, Nico Hulkenberg, Felipe Massa, Daniil Kvyat, Esteban Ocon and Nico Rosberg faced the media in Malaysia.
Joining an exclusive group of just three drivers to have reached 300 grand prix starts, Jenson Button says he never thought that he’d be racing into his 30s.
Fernando Alonso will run Honda’s latest engine upgrade at the Malaysian Grand Prix after the Japanese manufacturer spent two of its remaining tokens.
Sergio Perez believes that the next week will be “crucial” for his Formula 1 future as he tries to secure his place on the 2017 grid.
As of next season, Formula 1 teams will not be able to stockpile engine parts in the manner in which Mercedes did with Lewis Hamilton at this year’s Belgian GP.
Dave Ryan says given the right circumstances, Manor would “absolutely love” to have Pascal Wehrlein and Esteban Ocon stay on next season.
Formula 1 will introduce a new wet weather start procedure in 2017 after the sport came in for heavy criticism in the wake of the British Grand Prix.
Toto Wolff reckons Mercedes are in “good shape” to emerge from Sepang victorious after failing to win there in 2015.
There is a general assumption that the Malaysian Grand Prix is one of the lowlights on the F1 calendar. However, if you look back in the history books you may be pleasantly surprised to see this is not the case at all. PlanetF1 takes you a trip down memory lane…
With the changes made to the Sepang International Circuit being a major talking point ahead of this weekend’s race, Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds is curious to know how the track has improved.
Fernando Alonso expressed his curiosity on the new surface of the Sepang International Circuit ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix, a race where he has won three times…
Following major renovations done to the Sepang International Circuit, Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg claims that tyre management will be of utmost importance at Sunday’s race.