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Mercedes’ Toto Wolff: “We will see a very different race in Bahrain”

After a dominant weekend for Mercedes in Australia, Toto Wolff expects a much different race this weekend in Bahrain, with the variations of temperatures across the weekend making it tricky to set up the car.

2019 Power Unit Gains the Step Renault Needed ‘Two Years Ago’ – Sainz

Carlos Sainz Jr. believes Renault have made significant gains ahead of the 2019 season that gives him confidence he can have a strong season with McLaren.

De Ferran Praises Norris for ‘Control and Discipline’ during Grand Prix Debut

Lando Norris may have missed out on points in Australia but his performance during his first Grand Prix did not go unnoticed by the sporting director of McLaren.

We will keep pushing, keep developing and we hope to take a step forward – Otmar Szafnauer

Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer feels the data collected from pre-season testing had helped the team massively during the Australian Grand Prix.

Toro Rosso’s Jody Egginton Feels “There Was More On Offer”

Toro Rosso deputy team principal Jody Egginton feels the team could have done better at the Australian Grand Prix

“We feel we have a strong package” – Franz Tost

Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost is convinced that his team can push on in the coming races with a car evolving over the course of the 2019 season.

Timing of Bottas’s fastest lap an indicator of Pirelli’s progress – Isola

Pirelli Motorsport boss Mario Isola says that the new-for-2019 tyres worked as expected at the Australian Grand Prix.

“The car has much more pace than we have shown” – Cyril Abiteboul

Renault F1 Team Team Principal Cyril Abiteboul looks back at his team performance at the opening Grand Prix of the season.

Williams’ Dave Robson: “It was a tough day as you would expect”

Williams' Senior Race Engineer, Dave Robson, saw George Russell and Robert Kubica finish well adrift of the rest of the field in sixteenth and seventeenth in Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.

Disappointment Despite ‘Several Positives’ for McLaren in Australia – de Ferran

Gil de Ferran says McLaren were disappointed not to leave Australia without a point after seeing Lando Norris finish twelfth and Carlos Sainz Jr. retire.

Vasseur ‘Positive’ after Points Scoring Return for Alfa Romeo Racing

The Alfa Romeo Racing Team Principal hopes the team can build on their points scoring result from the Australian Grand Prix next time out in Bahrain.

“We won’t be jumping to any conclusions after just one race” – Toto Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff was fascinated to see his team finish one and two but adds that the team need to continue the hard work in the coming races.