Sport Lewis Hamilton suffered a front wing failure on the first day of testing in Jerez that caused him to plow into the tyre barrier

Hamilton escapes unhurt after his W05sup hits the tyre barrier in a replication of his first day accident last year

Sebastian Vettel, Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso

Malaysian Grand Prix Qualifying: Sebastien Vettel takes pole as Lewis Hamilton starts in fourth

Sebastian Vettel mastered the tricky conditions to make it back-to-back pole positions to start the new Formula One season.

Lewis Hamilton in Malaysia

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

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F1: Martin Whitmarsh hails 'exemplary' Jenson Button and Sergio Perez in face of dreadful start for McLaren

The British based team struggled in the opening Grand Prix of the season

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 19 March 2013

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

Meanwhile Lewis Hamilton delighted after first race for Mercedes

Jenson Button pictured at the Australian Grand Prix

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

The British team were way off the pace in Australia

Sergio Perez struggled for his new team McLaren yesterday

Red Bull bubbling as new Formula One season dawns

Vettel again looking the one to beat ahead of tomorrow’s season opener while McLaren at a loss to explain their struggles with car

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Lewis Hamilton delighted with Mercedes' pace before gravel trap crash

Lewis Hamilton says he is “massively excited” by his Mercedes’ performance in Melbourne – although he also admitted the feeling was spoiled when he ended the second session in the gravel after a part broke on his car.

F1: Martin Whitmarsh admits McLaren are 'undoubtedly struggling'

McLaren slow during practice for the Australian Grand Prix

F1: Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull make ominous start to new season

The triple world champion was fastest during practice in Melbourne

McLaren driver Jenson Button
Sergio Perez of McLaren

F1: Vodafone to end sponsorship of McLaren

The phone giant has sponsored the Formula One team since 2007

Lewis Hamilton

F1: Jenson Button surprised by Lewis Hamilton comments regarding McLaren

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