Glock hopes Virgin can still qualify
Timo Glock thinks Virgin should still be able to qualify for the Australian Grand Prix despite being a long way off the pace in practice, but admits that the team is not in good shape going into the season-opener.
Petrov says more to come from Renault
Vitaly Petrov is confident that there is more performance to come from Renault tomorrow after setting 12th fastest time in free practice for the Australian Grand Prix.
Williams's KERS in trouble-free return
Williams ran KERS without issues throughout Friday practice in Melbourne, as it reintroduced the device following the problems it had suffered in testing.
Perez happy with first practice outing
Sergio Perez declared himself pleased with his first official outing in Formula 1 in practice for the Australian Grand Prix.
Chandhok accepts blame for crash
Karun Chandhok admitted he was totally to blame for his crash right at the start of opening practice in Melbourne this morning.
Lotus says true pace not shown yet
Lotus is adamant that it did not show its true pace in free practice in Melbourne and will be more competitive over the rest of the weekend.
Alonso: True teams form not yet seen
Fernando Alonso says Friday's practice for the Australian Grand Prix has revealed nothing about the true pace of the teams.
F1 to observe one-minute silence
A one-minute silence will be observed on the grid ahead of the start of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.
Button not getting carried away
Jenson Button says he is not getting carried away despite setting the quickest time on Friday, the Briton insisting today's times mean nothing.
HRT expects 'normal' day on Saturday
Hispania boss Colin Kolles is expecting a "normal" day on Saturday after the team failed to do any significant running on Friday.
Alonso: Tyres impossible to predictFernando Alonso says his Ferrari team will not have a clear strategy for the Australian Grand Prix, the Spaniard insisting it will be crucial to be flexible.