Vettel was wrong - Horner
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he will hold discussions with Sebastian Vettel behind closed doors after admitting his driver chose to ignore a direct team order at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
'I messed up today' - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel admits he was wrong to overtake Mark Webber in the final stages of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Webber 'raw' over race outcome
Mark Webber tried to keep his emotions in check after admitting losing out to Sebastian Vettel in the Malaysian Grand Prix was "very raw".
Rosberg should have been third - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton said his team-mate Nico Rosberg should have been third in the Malaysian Grand Prix after finishing ahead of his team-mate.
Alonso thinks retirement was 'extremely bad luck'
Fernando Alonso believes his retirement from the Malaysian Grand Prix was not a result of a Ferrari error but instead "extremely bad luck".
Rosberg understands Mercedes orders
Nico Rosberg said he understands why Mercedes asked him to hold position behind Lewis Hamilton in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Poor first stint ruled out podium - Massa
Felipe Massa said graining on the intermediate tyres during his first stint of the race ultimately ruined his chances of fighting for a podium at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Lotus perplexed by lost pace
Kimi Raikkonen admitted Lotus doesn't know where its pace went after Friday practice as he finished seventh in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Button was on for podium finish
Jenson Button believes McLaren was in good shape to challenge for third place when he was force to retire from the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Wheel nut issue frustrates Force India
Force India's captive wheel-nut system was to blame for the retirement of both the team's cars from the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Williams changes Maldonado's engine
Williams has changed the engine on Pastor Maldonado's car ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Hamilton wanted Red Bull deal - Ecclestone
According to Bernie Ecclestone, Lewis Hamilton wanted to join Red Bull this year but team owner Dietrich Mateschitz gave Mark Webber the option of staying on before entertaining the idea.