Sport Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing has a car breakdown on his installation lap in Jerez

World champion Sebastian Vettel managed just 11 laps yesterday

Kimi Raikkonen during practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix

Kimi Raikkonen fastest after Ferrari impress in early practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix

Lotus driver ahead of Red Bulls of Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel in second practice

Kimi Raikkonen

Lotus play down speculation linking Kimi Raikkonen with move to Red Bull

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Red Bull driver Mark Webber

Has Red Bull's Mark Webber already agreed to drive for another team?

Australian has been linked with a move to Porsche

Fernando Alonso celebrates victory at the Chinese Grand Prix
Paul Di Resta survived a first-lap run-in which cost several places

F1: Jenson Button reluctantly puts points ahead of podium push for McLaren

If Jenson Button was remotely peeved that his former team-mate Lewis Hamilton was on the podium again yesterday while he could only manage fifth place in his McLaren, he hid it well. Instead, the Briton was in buoyant mood after another race which suggests that the Woking team are getting on top of their new car.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone sees reigning champion Sebastian Vettel’s attitude as good for the sport

Kevin Garside: No one tunes in for tyre strategies Bernie, so give us chariot races

The Way I See It: When the purists complained, Bernie replied: ‘Beats going out of business’

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso wins Chinese Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso took the chequered flag for the first time in 13 races to ignite his Formula One world title challenge this season.

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.

Christian Horner, the Red Bull team principal, watches his German driver Sebastian Vettel on track in practice yesterday

Christian Horner cannot hide the fact that Sebastian Vettel is top dog at Red Bull

Beleaguered Red Bull team principal Christian Horner did little yesterday to dispel the widely held belief that Sebastian Vettel's actions in stealing the Malaysian Grand Prix from team-mate Mark Webber, and his subsequent fanning of the flames of controversy here, have emasculated Horner's authority.

The Sport Matrix: Friday 12 April 2013

Lynn impresses while Donaldson hits hole-in-one

F1: Mark Webber 'keen' to finish season with Red Bull following Sebastian Vettel fallout

World champion ignored team orders to overtake Australian

Mark Webber of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing talks with his race engineer Simon Rennie

F1: Mark Webber given 2014 backing by Red Bull owner

The Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has assured Mark Webber he has not been ruled out of the running for a drive next year.

James Lawton: Sport is still about the will to win - even F1

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone is not always an unfailing guide to what is right and wrong in his often over-heated and morally suspect business. When driver safety was the ultimate issue he did, after all, say that a certain amount of culling among the racers was inevitable. The implication was that it was an implicit part of something that might be quite loosely described as sport.

Seb Vettel passes Mark Webber yesterday despite team orders not to do so

Sebastian Vettel v Mark Webber: Team principal Christian Horner confident Webber will 'see out season' at Red Bull

Vettel has apologised for his actions at the Malaysian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel celebrates his controversial victory in Malaysia

After ignoring team orders, igniting a feud with Mark Webber and being widely criticised... Sebastian Vettel wins a promotion

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