It's not just people in the garages working flat-out in he Sochi paddock, but in the media centre too. These photographers are queuing for last minute repairs to equipment in what a fellow journalist named "Camera Hospital"
Mercedes offering hot laps of the Sochi Autodrom to fans in this beauty this weekend. This might be the only time today anyone in Ferrari colours is studying the back of a Mercedes in any detail -- Ferrari has its first front row lockout since 2008.
Sauber confirms Honda engines for 2018
Sauber has confirmed it will run Honda engines in 2018, ending months of speculation about the Swiss team's plans for next season.
Ferrari pair downplay prospect of team orders in Sochi
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have downplayed the prospect of Ferrari team orders dictating the outcome of the Russian Grand Prix after Ferrari's stunning one-two in qualifying.
Pagenaud gets 1st career oval win at Phoenix
Defending series champ Simon Pagenaud grabbed the lead when Penske teammate Will Power pitted on the 137th lap, and he went on to win Saturday's IndyCar race at Phoenix by more than nine seconds.
Russian Grand Prix strategy guide
ESPN looks at the potential strategy options available to the teams at the Russian Grand Prix at the Sochi Autodrom.
Driver reaction: Qualifying in Russia
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Sochi paddock following qualifying for the 2017 Russian Grand Prix.
Sainz 'nearly laughed' at FIA's engine convergence claim
Carlos Sainz says he "nearly laughed" when he heard the FIA's claim that Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault's engines have converged to within 0.3s of one another under F1's new rules.
Massa using lessons from mentor Schumacher to teach Stroll
Felipe Massa says his relationship with Williams teammate Lance Stroll reminds him of the guidance he received from Michael Schumacher during his spell alongside the seven-time world champion at
Ricciardo not surprised by gap to pole on 'bogey' Sochi circuit
Daniel Ricciardo said Red Bull was braced for the 1.8s gap to pole position at its "bogey" circuit in Sochi, where he qualified fifth.
Hamilton explains what went wrong in qualifying
After his worst qualifying performance in 12 races, Lewis Hamilton doubts he will be able to recover from his fourth place grid position at the Russian Grand Prix.
Palmer: I can't blame team for my own 'simple mistake'
Jolyon Palmer refused to blame his Q1 crash on his long list of Renault problems in the build-up to qualifying in Sochi, saying he just made a "simple mistake".
Vettel did not expect Ferrari to be so strong
Sebastian Vettel says he did not know just how strong Ferrari would be in qualifying after taking pole position for the Russian Grand Prix.
Alonso reveals extent of Honda's power deficit
Fernando Alonso says Honda's power deficit cost McLaren 2.5 seconds on the straights alone during qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix.
Kimi rues missed opportunity to beat Vettel to pole
After qualifying second for the Russian Grand Prix behind Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen believes he had the potential to take his first pole position since 2008.
Ferrari's pace in Russia takes Bottas by surprise
Valtteri Bottas is surprised by Ferrari's pace at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix after the Italian team secured a front row lockout for the first time in nearly nine years.
More disappointment from Palmer.
Jennie Gow analyses what is going wrong with Jolyon Palmer, after yet another poor display on the track.
Ferrari secure front of the grid.
Jennie Gow discusses what Ferrari's tactics may be, heading into the Russian Grand Prix with a front row lockout
What happened to Mercedes?
Jennie Gow discusses what went wrong with Mercedes, as they failed to secure a spot at the front of the grid for tomorrow's Russian Grand Prix.
Vettel snatches pole in Russia as Ferrari claims one-two
Sebastian Vettel claimed Ferrari's first pole position since the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix as Ferrari locked out the front row ahead of Mercedes.
If you want to know what an F1 non-event looks like, here it is. After over 30 minutes of waiting under the blaring sun in paddock, Russia's deputy PM and F1's new big cheese/moustache Chase Carey came out to announce... nothing, it seemed. Much of it was in Russian and the media left none the wiser despite rumours the announcement was linked to Sochi becoming a night race after 2017...
If you want to see what an F1 non-event looks like, here it is. After over 30 minutes of waiting, Media treated to a bizarre press conference with Russian deputy PM and F1 chief CEO about... something. It was all in Russian and everyone left not knowing what was said or announced. Even Carey looked slightly puzzled as to what was going on...
Ericsson: Qualifying in Sochi could be more like F3
Marcus Ericsson says the combination of the smooth asphalt of the Sochi Autodrom and Pirelli's new 2017 tyres have set up a dilemma about how teams approach qualifying on Saturday.
Vettel completes clean sweep of practice for Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel continued Ferrari's dominance of the Russian Grand Prix weekend in a topsy-turvy FP3 which hinted at a fascinating qualifying session later in the day.
Haas reverts back to Brembo brakes in Russia
Haas has reverted back to Brembo brakes for the remainder of the Russian Grand Prix after running Carbon Industrie during Friday practice.
Maurice Hamilton looks back on the remarkable life of one of motorsport's true greats.
The award-winning film, released in the U.S. this year, follows the lives on and off the track of five Palestinian women street racers and the reality of living with military occupation.