Teams preview the Malaysian GP

Tuesday 19th March 2013

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Teams preview the Malaysian GP

Teams preview the Malaysian GP

With one race under their belts, the Formula One teams head to Malaysia looking to build on their opening result.

For all the latest F1 odds on the Malaytsian GP, the second round of the 2013 F1 Championship, visit Sky Bet.

Red Bull
Mark Webber hopes to kickstart his 2013 season in Malaysia while Sebastian Vettel is looking for a hat-trick of titles at Sepang...

McLaren
Things can seemingly only get better for McLaren as they head to Malaysia and they're confident they will...

Lotus
Lotus' season got off to a fast start with Kimi Raikkonen winning in Melbourne and they're hoping to build on that in Malaysia...

Mercedes
Heading to Malaysia, Mercedes are focussed on translating the positives from Australia into points...

Sauber
Nico Hulkenberg is awaiting his first Sauber start after missing the Aussie GP, while Esteban Gutierrez believes he can do better in Malaysia...

Force India
There were plenty of positives for Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil in Australia and naturally they want to build on that in Malaysia...

Williams
Pastor Maldonado vows to work to unlock Williams' potential in Malasya while Valtteri Bottas is also out to improve...

Caterham
After a difficult weekend in Australia, Caterham head "home" with Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde confident of improving.

Marussia
Marussia's rookies enjoyed a solid start to life in F1 and they feel they can do even better...

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