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Renault did well to get Kevin Magnussen back on the track after his car caught alight during FP1, while Fernando Alonso ran a new engine.
Lewis Hamilton completed a one-two finish for Mercedes after setting the fastest time, with Nico Rosberg behind him…
In an unfamiliar position, Williams were relatively slow today and will be hoping for a much better FP3 and qualy ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday…
Renault have cited a fuel leak from a breather as the cause of the fire that kept Kevin Magnussen out of Friday’s first practice at Sepang.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes’ decision to swap a number of mechanics between the two sides of the garage did have a psychological effect on the drivers.
Kevin Magnussen feels that he has done “all” he can to prove to Renault that he deserves a place on next year’s grid.
Nico Rosberg fired the opening salvo for the Malaysian Grand Prix as he went quickest in FP1, a session that was red flagged when Kevin Magnussen’s RS16 caught fire.
Fernando Alonso has been singing the praises of Jenson Button, saying the Brit, who is set to start his 300th grand prix in Sepang, is probably “the best” team-mate he’s ever had.
Marcus Ericsson has revealed he was “lucky” to escape with nothing more than scrapes and bruises after a cycling crash in Thailand.
Sebastian Vettel is adamant that there is “always” a chance of victory when Ferrari line up on the grid at Sepang this Sunday.
Daniel Ricciardo reckons Max Verstappen’s arrival at Red Bull Racing forced him to up his level, finding even more in himself than he thought there was.
Nico Rosberg has applauded Mercedes’ achievements this season as the team closes in on a third successive Constructors’ Championship title.