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Vettel: We are here to fight

Back to winning ways for the first time since 2015, Sebastian Vettel hailed Ferrari's "really, really hard" work, saying the win was "what we needed."

Race: Vettel wins with Ferrari Down Under

Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari back onto the top step of the podium as their pre-season form was realised at the Australian GP with the German winning ahead of Lewis Hamilton.

Qualy: Hamilton holds off Vettel to take pole

Lewis Hamilton held off Sebastian Vettel to claim pole position in Australia in a qualifying that was red flagged when Daniel Ricciardo crashed.

FP3: Vettel quickest as Stroll crashes

Lap times tumbled in a red-flagged final practice for the Australian GP as Sebastian Vettel posted a new fastest ever lap time around the Albert Park circuit on his way to P1.

Wehrlein ruled out of Australian GP

Pascal Wehrlein will miss the rest of the Australian GP weekend after admitting he is not fit enough to complete a full race distance and will be replaced by Antonio Giovinazzi.

FP2: Back-to-back P1s for Hamilton

Despite insisting that Ferrari were the team to beat, it was Lewis Hamilton who dominated Friday's running in Melbourne, up by half a second in FP2.

Hamilton quickest as F1 ups the pace

F1 delivered on its promise to up the pace as Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets in the first FP1 of the season in Melbourne, 5.5 seconds faster than last year's P1 time.

Hamilton and Vettel disagree about favourite tag

The mind games between Mercedes and Ferrari continued in the build-up to the Australian Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel labelling the other team as the favourites.

Red Bull 'seeing ghosts' over Merc 'oil trick'

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has said Red Bull are seeing "ghosts" after they wrote to the FIA to seek clarification on a potential engine issue.

Wolff: The best drivers are all not easy

Toto Wolff would rather have the best drivers on the grid and with them a fractious relationship than settle for second best and an easy atmosphere.

Ecclestone: Liberty wants rid of Bernie's history

Despite being named chairman emeritus by F1's new owners, Bernie Ecclestone has revealed he "can't do anything" and that even staff have been told not to talk to him.
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