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Honda: Just McLaren for now

Honda says there are no plans to supply its new power unit to teams other than McLaren, although motorsport boss Yasuhisa Arai has not ruled out further customers in the long term.

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McLaren urged not to panic

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has urged his team not to panic in light of their poor start to the current Formula One season.

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Horner defiant over Fallows

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at McLaren boss Ron Dennis for questioning his organisation's integrity.

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Button: A lot of work to do

Jenson Button has admitted that McLaren "have a lot of work to do" after neither of the team's cars finished in the top ten in either qualifying or the race in Shanghai.

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Horner defends Vettel display

Red Bull chief Christian Horner has defended Sebastian Vettel after the World Champion apparently refused to obey a team order during the Chinese GP.

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Lewis: Changes were 'perfect'

Lewis Hamilton said the gamble he and Mercedes took in making changes to his car "worked perfectly" in light of his cruise to victory in China.

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Chinese GP result is rewound

Three hours after the chequered flag officially and unofficially fell in Shanghai, the Chinese GP has reached a bizarre end as the FIA declared the race finished two laps early.

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Hamilton claims GP hat-trick

Lewis Hamilton chalked up three successive victories for the first time in his Formula One career with a lights-to-flag cruise in China.

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F1 teams in employee dispute

McLaren boss Ron Dennis is planning High Court action against Red Bull over a member of their technical staff who has moved back to the team.

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Wolff hails historic Hamilton pole

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff hailed Lewis Hamilton as "mega" and "in a league of his own" on the day he made British F1 history.

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Alonso plays down podium chances

A cautious Fernando Alonso has warned Ferrari fans not to expect him to be fighting for a top-three finish in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

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Vettel: I have to do better

After being outqualified by new Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo in China, Sebastian Vettel has admitted that he needs to do a better job.

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