Vettel was 'paying back' Webber
Sebastian Vettel admits he was "indirectly" paying back Mark Webber in Malaysia for previous situations between the two drivers and says he would do the same again as his team-mate "didn't deserve" to win.
'I don't apologise for winning' - Vettel
Sebastian Vettel says he does not apologise for winning, despite saying sorry to his Red Bull team for ignoring a direct team order that allowed him to take victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Relationship needs rebuilding - Webber
Mark Webber admits the relationship between himself and Sebastian Vettel needs rebuilding following the team orders problems in Malaysia.
No favoured driver at Mercedes - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg is adamant he is not the No.2 driver at Mercedes this year despite being told to hold position behind Lewis Hamilton at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
'Extraordinary' lap needed to beat Massa in qualifying - Alonso
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso says it will take an extraordinary lap to qualify ahead of Felipe Massa in his team-mate's current form.
Vettel's approach surprises Button
Jenson Button admitted he is "surprised" that Sebastian Vettel says he would disobey team orders again.
Button sure McLaren can close gap
Jenson Button says it will be "very encouraging" for McLaren if it can be fighting for victories within the next few races.
Raikkonen keeping options open amid Red Bull rumours
Kimi Raikkonen is keeping his options open for 2014 after Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz said last week that the Lotus driver would be a "candidate" should Mark Webber decide to leave the team.
Bottas not expecting a quick fix in China
Valtteri Bottas is not expecting Williams to be back on the pace at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix and has stressed the problems need more than an "overnight fix".
Team orders can be for the right reasons - Massa
Felipe Massa believes team orders are necessary in Formula One at certain times but says they have to be for the right reasons.
Unwell Hamilton skips Thursday media sessions
Lewis Hamilton did not take part in media sessions ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix after feeling unwell on Thursday.
Sutil targets China podium
Adrian Sutil says he is targeting a place on the podium in Shanghai at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
Schumacher gets new Mercedes role
Michael Schumacher will work with Mercedes to develop future technologies for its road car division.
Two DRS zones for China
The Shanghai International Circuit will feature two DRS zones at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix with the addition of a new zone on the pit straight as well as one on the long back straight.
Susie Wolff still eyeing Williams race seat
Williams reserve driver Susie Wolff is hoping a Young Driver Test at the end of the year will put her in a position to be considered for a race drive in the future.
Felix da Costa to be Red Bull and Toro Rosso reserve in China
Antonio Felix da Costa will be the Red Bull and Toro Rosso reserve driver for the Chinese Grand Prix.
F138 'has much more potential' - Massa
Felipe Massa says Ferrari's 2013 car "has much more potential" than the team has been able to show so far this season.
Ferrari working hard on qualifying pace
Ferrari technical director Pat Fry says the team is working hard on its qualifying pace at this early stage of the season.
Perez continues to impress Neale
Sergio Perez has impressed "everybody in the team" during his short career with McLaren so far, according to Jonathan Neale.
McLaren bringing upgrades in response to car issues
McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale says the team has worked on some upgrades specifically designed to rectify problems with the MP4-28.
Hamilton doubts China repeat for Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton doesn't think Mercedes can emulate its dominant win from 2012 at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
Williams targets Spain for recovery
Williams is looking to the Spanish Grand Prix to get its season fully back on track according to technical director Mike Coughlan.