Championship Standings: 1 Lewis Hamilton 43
2 Sebastian Vettel 40
3 Nico Rosberg 33
4 Filipe Massa 20
5 Kimi Raikkonen 12
6 Felipe Nasr 10
7 Valtieri Bottas 10
8 Daniel Ricciardo 9
9 Nico Hulkenberg 6
10 Max Verstappen 6
11 Carlos Sainz 6
12 Marcus Ericsson 4
13 Daniil Kvyat 2
14 Sergio Perez 1
15 Jenson Button 0
16 Roman Grosjean 0
17 Roberto Merhi 0
18 Pastor Maldonado 0
19 Fernando Alonso 0
20 Will Stevens 0
Constructors 1 Mercedes 43
2 Ferrari 15
3 Sauber 14
4 Williams 12
5 Red Bull Racing 8
6 Force India 7
7 Toro Rossos 2
8 McClaren 0
9 Lotus 0
10 Marussia 0
Latest F1 News and Commentary
Malaysian GP: Sunday Press Conference
From Sepang Drivers: 1st Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari 2nd Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes 3rd Nico Rosberg - Mercedes
Vettel outraces Hamilton and Rosberg to win in Sepang
by Mark J. Cipolloni Sebastian Vettel did what Michael Schumacher did before him and what Fernando Alonso could not. He ended his and Ferrari's Formula 1 win droughts as he beat the superior car of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton with his inferior Ferrari and race to victory in a thrilling Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang. Getting more laps and better pace out of the Pirelli medium tires than Hamilton could, the four-time world champion took Hamilton to school on Sunday.
Hamilton wins pole for Malaysian GP in tricky conditions
Nips Vettel by 1/10th. Rosberg 3rd On a drying Sepang track Lewis Hamilton kept the Mercedes domination alive by taking pole position for the Malaysian GP ahead of Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari and his teammate Nico Rosberg. It was the 13th straight pole for the superior Mercedes team. A large storm mid-way through Q2 meant Q3 was delayed until the heavy rain eased, as the cars tackled the slippery, but improving conditions.
by Brian Carroccio On track, the start of the 2015 Formula One season looked very familiar. As they did throughout most of 2014, the Mercedes AMG Petronas team dominated proceedings in the Australian Grand Prix. Defending World Champion Lewis Hamilton started the race from pole and led teammate Nico Rosberg in another 1-2 Silver Arrows finish. Third-place finisher Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari finished a distant 34 seconds behind Hamilton in what is an encouraging sign for the Scuderia after a trying 2014.
Hamilton beats Rosberg by 1.3 sec. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg brought home the Mercedes parade to a 1-2 finish in the Australian Grand Prix, 34.5 secs. ahead of new Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton led away from pole in Melbourne and played with his teammate the entire race, only momentarily losing the lead to Rosberg during the pitstop sequence before taking the 34th win of his career.
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2-3 in Australian GP quals
Let the parades begin! Defending F1 champion Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the opening round of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship in Australia after his teammate Nico Rosberg choked in the final Q3. The Briton’s put up a time of 1m26.419s lap on his first run in Q3, while Rosberg had to abort his first effort after running wide onto the grass at the penultimate corner. Rosberg was beaten and he still had one more try to come.
by Mark Cipolloni and Brian Carroccio For the 2nd year in-a-row AR1.com owner Mark Cipolloni and reporter Brian Carroccio preview the 2015 F1 season in a head-to-head matchup of predictions for the season ahead. Check out their answers and see how you might have answered the question if given the chance. What do you think is the most intriguing storyline of 2015? Which driver is most likely to get their first F1 victory in 2015? Can Mercedes win the constructor's title again?
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