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Nico Rosberg leads Lewis Hamilton in Malaysia final practice

Nico Rosberg set the fastest lap of the weekend so far in third and final practice ahead of the Malaysia Grand Prix.

He was just under two tenths clear of team-mate Lewis Hamilton who in turn was four tenths ahead of Kimi Raikkonen. 231 more words

McLaren

Return to cockpit not completely pain-free - Bottas

March 27th, 2015, Sepang: Williams driver Valtteri Bottas said his return to the cockpit for the first time since his back injury was not completely pain-free after driving in Friday practice for this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix. 361 more words

Sepang FP2 analysis : Ferrari behind Mercedes

The heat of Malaysia gives us some interesting hints for the second round of the season both Friday free practice session seems to confirm the values seen in Melbourne with… 741 more words

Ferrari

Adrian Sutil appointed Williams reserve driver

March 26th, 2015, Sepang: Williams has appointed German Adrian Sutil as its reserve driver for the season, the squad said on Thursday.

Sutil, who raced for Sauber last season, was left without a race seat for this year after the Swiss team unveiled Brazilian rookie Felipe Nasr and Swede Marcus Ericsson as its two drivers for the year, and his Williams signing keeps Sutil within the Formula One fold. 303 more words

Williams make changes to Bottas' car to avoid repeat of back injury

March 26th, 2015, Sepang: Williams has made changes to the seat and pedal position in Valtteri Bottas’ car to avoid a repeat of the back injury that sidelined him from the Australian Grand Prix, the Finn said on Thursday. 430 more words

Massa: Williams must regain straight-line speed advantage

Felipe Massa says Williams needs to regain the straight-line speed advantage it enjoyed last season if it is to beat Ferrari in 2015.

Massa came home fourth behind Ferrari debutant Sebastian Vettel in Australia, and he fears that his former team has jumped Williams after making significant progress with its engine over the winter break. 175 more words

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