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Ross Brawn forsees bright future for the sport

Formula One managing director Ross Brawn is positive about the future of the sport after it celebrated the milestone of 1000 races at the Chinese Grand Prix a week ago.

Hamilton wins Chinese GP, leads third Mercedes 1-2 of season

Lewis Hamilton jumped into the lead at the start of the Chinese Grand Prix to never give it away again. Pole sitter Valtteri Bottas held on to second and finished there, securing yet another Mercedes 1-2 as Ferrari's Vettel had to settle for third.

Things to know before the Chinese Grand Prix

Formula One headed to Shanghai this weekend for the third round of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship, the Chinese Grand Prix. The event marks a milestone as the sport celebrates the 1000th race in the Championship’s 70-year history.

Bottas edges Hamilton to take Chinese pole position

Valtteri Bottas secured pole position for the Chinese Grand Prix, just a few hundredths ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel will lead an all-Ferrari second row on Sunday's starting grid.

FP3: Bottas still ahead as Albon crashes heavily

Just like on Friday, Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas proved fastest in the last free practice session before qualifiying for the Chinese Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel was once again second fastest.

FP2: Bottas tops Vettel, Hamilton lost

Valtteri Bottas removed doubt that Mercedes might be unable to compete with Ferrari as he reignited the fight by going fastest, narrowly quicker than Vettel.

FP1: Vettel ahead as 1000th Grand Prix weekend starts in China

Sebastian Vettel did the best he could to forget a troubled Bahrain GP weekend behind him by topping the first practice session at the Shanghai International Circuit.

Preview – Chinese Grand Prix

Celebrating the 1000th race of the Formula One World Championship, teams and drivers descend in Shanghai, China this weekend for Round 3 of the 2019 season.

What we know about the 2021 regulations

Ahead of the Bahrain GP the heads of F1 got together at Liberty Media’s St James’s Square office to discuss the future of the 2021 regulations. None of the details from that meeting have been made public, but with the 18 month deadline for the 2021 regulations fast approaching we discuss what is known ahead of the next rule cycle.

Bahrain test: Russell fastest with Mercedes

The second day of Formula One testing at Bahrain saw much improved conditions compared to Tuesday's disrupting rain and wind. Today, Williams's George Russell went fastest in a Mercedes AMG F1 car.