Carlos Sainz Jnr, Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Russian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2019 Russian Grand Prix weekend.
Sebastian Vettel’s repeated refusal to follow orders wrecked Ferrari’s attempt to stage-manage the Russian Grand Prix – then a power unit failure handed victory to Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton’s 82nd win means Mercedes remain unbeaten in Russia, while he broke another record previously held by Michael Schumacher.
How has Ferrari achieved its astonishing power unit performance? And has Red Bull scrapped its plans to rebrand Toro Rosso as AlphaTauri? Rumours abound in the Sochi F1 paddock.
Who was the best driver during the 2019 Russian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Lewis Hamilton won and Charles Leclerc lost when the Virtual Safety Car was deployed – but it affected other drivers’ races too.
Lewis Hamilton scored his ninth victory of 2019, leading a one-two for Mercedes, after Ferrari hit trouble in the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his championship lead to 73 points by winning the Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 Russian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Charles Leclerc.
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The 2019 Russian Grand Prix in pictures.
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In the F1 paddock at Sochi Dieter Rencken catches up with Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur – and the man who used to run the whole show.
Mercedes have been out-qualified by Ferrari and they’re starting on harder tyres. Have they already boxed themselves in to an inferior strategy?
For the first time this year Mercedes has turned up at a track with the ‘least improved’ car of any of the 10 F1 teams. They are 0.6s slower than last year.
Charles Leclerc held sway throughout qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix and claimed his fourth consecutive pole position by four tenths of a second.
Charles Leclerc is on pole position for the Russian Grand Prix ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
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A new power unit supplier for McLaren? A new name for Toro Rosso? There’s no shortage of paddock intrigue this weekend, reports Dieter Rencken from Sochi.