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  • Manor
  • Manor fires up Ferrari engine
  • March 26, 2015: Manor has got its Malaysian Grand Prix weekend off to a promising start after firing up its car in the garage on Thursday

  • Williams
  • Massa: Williams has lost straight-line advantage
  • March 26, 2015: Felipe Massa says Williams has lost the straight-line speed advantage it had over the field last year and is worried it could be costly in the fight against Ferrari in 2015

  • McLaren
  • Button: Nothing wrong with McLaren steering
  • March 26, 2015: Jenson Button is convinced there is nothing wrong with the McLaren MP4-30, despite team-mate Fernando Alonso's latest suggestion that a steering problem caused him to crash in pre-season testing

  • Williams
  • Seat and pedal position change for Bottas
  • March 26, 2015: Williams has changed the positioning of Valtteri Bottas' seat and pedals to ensure he does not suffer a repeat of the back injury which ruled him of the Australian Grand Prix

  • McLaren
  • Alonso declared fit to race in Malaysia
  • March 26, 2015: Fernando Alonso will return to Formula One action at the Malaysian Grand Prix after being declared to fit to race at the Sepang circuit on Thursday

  • Williams
  • Bottas fit to race in Malaysia
  • March 26, 2015: Valtteri Bottas has been passed fit to return to racing this weekend at the Malaysian Grand Prix

  • Mercedes
  • Closer competition would be good for F1 - Rosberg
  • March 25, 2015: Nico Rosberg is hoping Mercedes' rivals can make a step up and start providing some competition this weekend in Malaysia and is particularly looking forward to Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel joining in on his Friday debrief

  • Red Bull
  • Renault chief accuses Red Bull of lies
  • March 24, 2015: Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul has responded angrily to Adrian Newey's suggestion that the engine is the only thing holding Red Bull back in 2015

  • The Pits
  • Rosberg conquers Petronas Towers
  • March 24, 2015: Nico Rosberg took a unique approach to training ahead of this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix as he jogged 88 floors of one of the Petronas Towers

  • McLaren
  • McLaren-Honda working 'relentlessly' - Button
  • March 24, 2015: Jenson Button says McLaren and Honda are working flat-out to develop its package but are still bracing themselves for another difficult weekend in Malaysia

  • McLaren
  • Alonso: I feel ready to go in Sepang
  • March 24, 2015: Fernando Alonso says he feels fit and ready to race this weekend as he closes in on a comeback at the Malaysian Grand Prix

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