Thursday, 18 April 2013




Britain's Lewis Hamilton feels he has yet to fully settle in at Mercedes, despite the fact he is in the early running for this year's world title.

Meanwhile, Hamilton's team principal Ross Brawn says Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix will prove whether the 2008 world champion has a car which is capable of fighting for the world championship.

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says the team need to improve their form in qualifying ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.

Domenicali also hailed Marussia driver and Ferrari Driver Academy member Jules Bianchi's "great" start to the season.

Lotus owner Gerard Lopez says he is happy to wait for the right deal before signing a title sponsor to the team.

Red Bull's Mark Webber will take part in the 200th grand prix of his career this weekend in Bahrain.

McLaren's Jenson Button has a new tattoo. It's an image of a tortoise shell etched into his upper arm and shoulder, which is a symbol of protection.

Marussia reserve driver Rodolfo Gonzalez will take part in a Formula 1 practice session for the first time when he gets behind the wheel of Bianchi's MR02 in first practice for the Bahrain Grand Prix on Friday.

Caterham reserve driver Alexander Rossi spent the day with the US Navy on Thursday.

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