Larson holds off Logano to take Xfinity race
Kyle Larson held off Joey Logano to win the NASCAR Xfinity race on Saturday. Larson, the Cup series points leader, is also on the pole for Sunday's race and looks for a sweep at Fontana.
Raikkonen disappointed with 'messy' Q3
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen admits he failed to get the most out of a "messy" Q3 as he qualified fourth for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Giovinazzi thought Sauber call-up was a joke
Antonio Giovinazzi says he was completely taken by surprise by his last-minute Sauber call-up for the Australian Grand Prix and thought he was on the receiving end of a joke.
Honda hopes reliability solved, admits power still lacking
Honda hopes reliability issues solved, admits performance still lacking Honda is confident it has introduced fixes to the reliability issues it experienced during testing.
Steiner labels Haas' qualifying pace 'amazing'
Haas boss Gunther Steiner has labelled his team's qualifying performance in Australia as "amazing" but is under no illusions as to how quickly things in Formula One can change.
Stroll: 'Uncomfortable' set-up changes a factor in crash
Lance Stroll admits he was "very uncomfortable" with his car's new set-up on Saturday before the FP3 crash which contributed to him being last on the grid for his debut race.
Driver reaction: Qualifying in Melbourne
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Melbourne paddock following qualifying for the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
Red Bull: Lack of pace not down to 'trick' suspension removal
Red Bull's drivers have downplayed the impact of the removal of the team's controversial 'trick' suspension, saying it has nothing to do with its lack of pace in Australia so far.
Ricciardo explains qualifying spin
Daniel Ricciardo made no excuses for the spin that left his Red Bull tenth on the grid for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Alonso: 9th or 10th won't change my life
Fernando Alonso says qualifying 13th for the Australian Grand Prix is "nothing to celebrate" for McLaren and insists taking points in Sunday's race is not good enough for the team.
Alonso impresses despite McLaren woes.
Jonathan Legard discusses Fernando Alonso's impressive performance despite the well publicised issues surrounding McLaren.
Sergio Perez ended up with a reprimand for driving unnecessarily slowly between the two safety car lines at the end of Q2. He was roughly four seconds slower than is allowed under the race notes and was not impeded by another car.
Haas impress in Australia again.
With Romain Grosjean finishing 6th, Jonathan Legard asks whether the Haas driver can equal his performance in Australia in 2016 or even better it?
Was Ricciardo trying too hard?
Jonathan Legard discusses Daniel Ricciardo's crash and explains why he believes he was trying too hard to impress at qualifying for his home race.
Bottas 'not satisfied' with third on debut
Valtteri Bottas declared himself "not satisfied" by qualifying third for the Australian Grand Prix after being pipped to a place on the front row by Sebastian Vettel.
Three teams suffer in Q1.
Why did Renault, McLaren and Williams all struggle in Q1? Jonathan Legard discusses the challenges ahead for the three teams.
Hamilton hails 'incredble' Merc, anticipates 'tight' Ferrari fight from pole
Fresh from claiming pole position for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton has hailed his Mercedes as "the best I have experienced".
Ferrari take fight to Mercedes in Australia.
Jonathan Legard discusses why the new owners of Formula One will be happy after an exciting qualifying in Melbourne.
Sergio Perez is under investigation by the stewards for exceeding the maximum time between the two safety car lines at the end of Q2. Essentially too slow an in-lap as he returned to the pits.
Palmer bemoans 'awful' car after Q1 exit
Jolyon Palmer has slammed his Renault Formula One car after a poor qualifying performance left him on the back-row of the grid for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Vettel: Australia pole just out of reach
After vindicating Ferrari's pre-season promise with a spot on the front row of the Australian Grand Prix grid, Sebastian Vettel admitted pole position was just out of reach.
Hamilton beats Vettel to Australia pole
Lewis Hamilton beat Sebastian Vettel to pole position in the first qualifying session of the 2017 after Mercedes and Ferrari fought for supremacy over the front two rows of the grid.
Daniel Ricciardo will start the Australian Grand Prix in P10 (subject to any penalties) after crashing at Turn 14 on his first flying lap in Q3. The accident brought out the red flag.
A meeting of minds between Sir Jackie Stewart, Niki Lauda, Damon Hill and Alain Prost. Just the 11 world titles between them.
Stroll set for five-place grid penalty
Lance Stroll will make his Formula One debut at the Australian Grand Prix with a five-place grid penalty after Williams were forced to change the gearbox on his car following final practice.