FIA deputy medical delegate Dr Ian Roberts and FIA medical delegate Alain Chantegret with the F1 medical car
Why F1's focus on safety left the FIA with no choice but to suspend Friday practice in China.
The 2017 Chinese Grand Prix Strategy Report, with Peter Anderson from CarsGuide.com.au
F1 haze cleared at Chinese GP
An unusual weekend in Shanghai proved the perfect recipe for another outstanding F1 grand prix.
Lewis Hamilton cruises to Chinese win
Lewis Hamilton led the Chinese Grand Prix from start to finish after Sebastian Vettel tangled with his teammate.
Reality sets in for off-the-pace Red Bull Racing
Daniel Ricciardo is resigned to Red Bull Racing's slow start for the start of the season.
Giovinazzi ready to learn from baptism of fire
Antonio Giovinazzi won't let his qualifying crash define his Shanghai Sauber cameo.
Hamilton steals pole in China
Lewis Hamilton will lead Sebastian Vettel on the 2017 Chinese Grand Prix grid.
Ferrari tops frantic final practice
Sebastian Vettel topped Saturday practice with a handy margin over Mercedes ahead of qualifying in China.
Soupy Shanghai smog suspends Friday practice
Friday's inclement weather had practice reduced to a minimum, and the same could happen for Sunday's race.
Malaysia quits F1 calendar
The Malaysian Grand Prix has announced this year's race will be its last after 19 years in Formula One.
Alonso denies Webber's quit rumour
Fernando Alonso says the satisfaction of improving is counteracting his frustrations with the car.
Drivers weigh in on Wehrlein withdrawal
Drivers have denied they would withdraw themselves from racing in the event of an injury.
The race to replace Raikkonen
Three drivers make obvious early candidates to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari in 2018.
Michael flies to China, where he isn't arrested for associating with Peter McGinley; Pete flies to Ireland, where there is no grand prix; and Trent Price joins Rob for the Chinese GP preview, where he is subjected to obscure Australian TV references.
McLaren crisis deepens ahead of Chinese Grand Prix
The stakes continue to rise for the McLaren-Honda relationship after a poor opening round.