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2016 World Champion Nico Rosberg believes his former Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton has weak moments, opening the door for Valtteri Bottas.
Robert Kubica insists he has no regrets about returning to the F1 grid, he just didn’t expect to arrive in Melbourne so woefully unprepared.
Carlos Sainz has defended his decision to quit Red Bull following claims from Christian Horner that Pierre Gasly has ‘more potential’.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff believes the FIA are starting to realise how difficult replacing Charlie Whiting will be.
Ross Brawn believes the decision to award a point for the fastest lap of the race “livened up” the closing stages of Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix.
Two-time World Champion Mika Hakkinen believes fellow Finn Valtteri Bottas gave himself a ‘psychological boost’ in Australia.
Williams rookie George Russell believes the Australian Grand Prix was merely an extended test session for the team.
The best bits from the season opener featuring Daniel Avocado, Kimi Raikkonen (of course) and the lasting effect of Fernando Alonso.
Which teams started the 2019 season in style? Who wanted to leave their opening weekend down under in Australia?
Valtteri Bottas is adamant he never once thought of last year’s Russian GP team orders as he raced to the victory in Melbourne, after all, “we are all starting with zero points”.
Annoyingly, but perhaps unsurprisingly, the hype of the start of the F1 season has seemingly been replaced by negativity and recency bias.
Mattia Binotto felt it was “wiser to take no chances” in Melbourne, leading to Ferrari’s call to issue team orders for Charles Leclerc not to attack Sebastian Vettel.