Sebastian Vettel claims victory in Australia
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari outfoxed Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to win Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Haas hopes it does not rue Melbourne's 'missed opportunity'
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner hopes his team will not live to rue "lost opportunities" this season, having suffered a double retirement at the Australian Grand Prix.
Webber suggests Alonso will quit McLaren in 2017
Mark Webber says his friend Fernando Alonso is "frustrated like hell" at McLaren's current predicament and has suggested the Spaniard could quit the team before the end of 2017.
Vettel voted ESPN driver of the day
ESPN readers have voted Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel as the driver of day by a landslide margin following his victory at the 2017 Formula One season opener in Australia.
Vettel-Hamilton duel shows good and bad of F1 2017
ESPN takes a closer look at how the battle between Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton unfolded in Australia and why it revealed a lot of what we can expect from Formula One's new cars in 2017.
Lauda: Rosberg would have done no better than Bottas
Niki Lauda has labelled Mercedes debutant Valtteri Bottas' performance at the Australian Grand Prix as sensational, insisting former driver Nico Rosberg would have done no better.
F1's new era: What the papers say
Maurice Hamilton looks at the positive and negative headlines generated by F1's wider cars at the Australian GP and how the UK media covered the growing concern over a lack of overtaking in 2017.
Merc 'will leave no stone unturned' to defeat Ferrari
Toto Wolff outlines how Mercedes plans to fight back from its "personality-building" defeat to Ferrari in Australia and why the team was braced for its domination of F1 to end this year.
Arrivabene: Ferrari must avoid distractions
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene says the team must "avoid distractions" if it wants to maintain its strong start to 2017 after winning the season opener in Australia.
Hamilton 'grateful' to have chance to fight Vettel
Lewis Hamilton says he is looking forward to the prospect of having a direct fight with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel for the 2017 Formula One world championship.
Vettel: Ferrari benefitting from 'calm' approach
Sebastian Vettel believes a calm approach has been the key to Ferrari's resurgence in Formula One after taking the Scuderia's first win in two years at the Australian Grand Prix.
Larson involved in minor accident after Cup win
Fontana Sprint Cup race winner Kyle Larson tweeted "nobody was injured" after he was involved in a minor car accident after leaving the Auto Club Speedway on Sunday night.
Verstappen surprised by gap to Raikkonen's Ferrari
Max Verstappen says Red Bull can improve in lots of areas after finishing fifth at the Australian Grand Prix, though he was "surprised" and encouraged by how close he was to Kimi Raikkonen.
Wolff: Pace not strategy lost Australian GP
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team lost Sunday's Australian Grand Prix to Ferrari due to a lack of pace, not because of its strategy calls.
Driver reaction: Australian Grand Prix
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Melbourne paddock following the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
Raikkonen: I was in 'nowhere land'
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen was left disappointed to have only finished fourth at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, admitting he was pretty much in "nowhere land".
Vettel: Australian GP win a 'big relief' for Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari's first victory in two years is a "big relief" for the team, following his 43rd Formula One career win at the Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari still unsure of true pace compared to Mercedes
Despite winning the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Ferrari is still unsure whether it is ahead of Mercedes in terms of outright pace.
Perez provides plenty of positives.
Jonathan Legard discusses why he was impressed with Force India and Toro Rosso in their battle with Williams.
Haas unable to repeat 2016 heroics.
Should Haas be concerned with their performance in Melbourne? Jonathan Legard takes a closer look at what went wrong.
What's changed in 2017?
Jonathan Legard discusses the changes to Formula One after the opening race of the season in Melbourne.
Bottas: Ferrari 'a bit too quick' for Mercedes
Valtteri Bottas admits Ferrari was simply too quick for Mercedes as Sebastian Vettel claimed victory at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Ricciardo left frustrated after nightmare Australian GP
After enduring one of the toughest race weekends of his Formula One career, Daniel Ricciardo delivered a scathing yet honest message to his Red Bull team.
Can McLaren turn things around?
Despite a positive start to the weekend, McLaren failed to impress after another Power Unit failure in Melbourne.
Ferrari boss Marchionne: 'It was about time'
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne said it was "about time" the famous Italian team put an end to its victory drought in Formula One after Sebastian Vettel won Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.