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  • Malaysian GP - Qualifying
  • Hamilton edges Vettel to pole in wet conditions
  • March 29, 2014: Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat Sebastian Vettel to pole position in wet conditions at the Malaysian Grand Prix to move level with Jim Clark's British record of 33, following a qualifying hour delayed by monsoon conditions

  • Malaysian GP - FP3
  • Mercedes dominates final practice at Sepang
  • March 29, 2014: Mercedes finally showed their hand in the final practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix, upping the pace considerably to finish the session one-two

  • Malaysian Grand Prix - FP2
  • Rosberg quickest as Vettel recovers
  • March 28, 2014: Nico Rosberg continued Mercedes' dominance on Friday as he topped the second practice, though Sebastian Vettel joined Kimi Raikkonen ahead of Lewis Hamilton in fourth

  • Malaysian GP - FP2
  • Hamilton leads Raikkonen in first practice
  • March 28, 2014: Lewis Hamilton topped the first practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix ahead of the Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen, who managed to split the two Mercedes at the top of the timesheets

  • Australian GP - Lotus
  • Race finish still possible - Maldonado
  • March 15, 2014: Pastor Maldonado believes it is possible for his Lotus to see the finish of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, even though he failed to set a qualifying time

  • Australian GP - FP3
  • Rosberg over a second clear in final practice
  • March 15, 2014: Nico Rosberg topped the timesheets in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix, blitzing the opposition by over 1.3s

  • Australian GP - FP2
  • Hamilton recovers to top second session
  • March 14, 2014: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg topped the second practice session at the Australian Grand Prix, as Mercedes started to deliver on the pre-season promise it showed in testing

  • Second Bahrain Test - Day Two
  • Perez fastest as Red Bull shows improvement
  • February 28, 2014: Sergio Perez set the fastest time for the second consecutive day at this week's Bahrain test, while Red Bull showed the first signs of a recovery from their disappointing pre-season so far

  • Second Bahrain Test - Day Two
  • Perez fastest for second morning running
  • February 28, 2014: Sergio Perez remained at the top of the timesheets as the final pre-season test entered its second day on Friday morning in Bahrain

  • Second Bahrain Test - Day One
  • Renault solution expected soon - Maldonado
  • February 27, 2014: Pastor Maldonado believes a solution to the ongoing problems with the Renault engine will come before the end of the second Bahrain test

  • Second Bahrain Test - Day One
  • Perez fastest as Red Bull struggles
  • February 27, 2014: Force India's Sergio Perez finished the first day of the final pre-season test at the top of the timesheets as the teams started their final push for performance ahead of the opening race in 16 days' time

  • Second Bahrain Test - Day One
  • Perez leads the way on first morning of final test
  • February 27, 2014: Force India's Sergio Perez was quickest as the teams reconvened at the Bahrain International Circuit for the start of the final week of pre-season testing ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix

  • First Bahrain Test - Day Four
  • Rosberg finishes test on top, Raikkonen crashes
  • February 22, 2014: Nico Rosberg made sure Mercedes finished the second pre-season test on top, fairly reflecting the emerging pecking order after four days of on-track action in Bahrain

  • First Bahrain Test - Day Four
  • Rosberg finds another second of pace on final morning
  • February 22, 2014: Nico Rosberg lowered the bar again for the new generation of Formula One cars, lapping his Mercedes W05 within a second of his pole position time from last year's Bahrain Grand Prix

  • First Bahrain Test - Day Three
  • Too early to panic - Maldonado
  • February 21, 2014: Despite another frustrating day of testing in Bahrain Pastor Maldonado is adamant is far too early to Lotus to push the panic button just yet

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