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Lewis Hamilton riding high with Mercedes

The former McLaren driver's switch of teams is looking a good decision

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Ferrari's Fernando Alonso wins Chinese Grand Prix

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Lewis Hamilton wins pole position for Mercedes in Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai

Lewis Hamilton lit up the Mercedes garage by grabbing his first pole position for the team since joining them at the start of the year.

Nico Rosberg behind the wheel for Mercedes

F1: Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg ready for favourite Grand Prix in China

Rosberg too the chequered flag last year

Lewis Hamilton: Former world champion said Mercedes debut had surpassed expectations

F1: Lewis Hamilton 'is Mercedes No 1' claims former driver

Team orders suggest former McLaren driver will be given preferential treatment over Nico Rosberg,

Lewis Hamilton inadvertantly pulls into the McLaren pit

F1: Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton pits in the McLaren garage by accident

Lewis Hamilton holds off Nico Rosberg to claim first podium finish for Mercedes... thanks to team orders

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Malaysian Grand Prix: Fernando Alonso crashes out after just one lap

Fernando Alonso's Malaysian Grand Prix lasted just one lap following a foolish decision made by the Spaniard and Ferrari.

Fernando Alonso was fourth fastest in both practice sessions yesterday

Malaysian Grand Prix: Fernando Alonso starts the mind games

Spaniard attempts to undermine Raikkonen as drivers' competitive streaks surface early

Lewis Hamilton in Malaysia

F1: Lewis Hamilton promises fireworks after Mercedes is brought up to speed

But former team-mate Jenson Button stuck in slow lane and expecting to suffer again in Sunday’s race

Lewis Hamilton: Former world champion said Mercedes debut had surpassed expectations

Jenson Button 'mentally drained' by McLaren's poor performance

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Jenson Button pictured at the Australian Grand Prix

F1: Jenson Button in damning assessment of McLaren's start to new season

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