Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton’s championship hopes received a massive boost as he and Sebastian Vettel will start the Malaysian Grand Prix from opposite ends of the grid.
Lewis Hamilton will start the Malaysian Grand Prix from the front after taking his ninth pole position of the season at Sepang.
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Kimi Raikkonen led a Ferrari one-two in the final practice session at Sepang as Mercedes made some progress in reducing the deficit they had yesterday.
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At a track which was expected to suit them, Mercedes are further off the pace than they have been on any Friday so far this year.
Practice began half an hour later due to rain and ended 20 minutes early due to a broken drain on Friday. Here’s what the drivers had to say on the radio.
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Sebastian Vettel was emphatically fastest in the second practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix but the main talking point was a crash which brought the session to an end.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix.
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Max Verstappen headed first practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix following a half-hour delay due to heavy rain at the Sepang International Circuit.
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Pictures from the build-up to the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix.
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The Sepang International Circuit has had no major changes since it held its first race in 1999, but this year’s Malaysian Grand Prix will be its last.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel failed to score in Malaysia last year. As in Singapore, Vettel failed to get beyond the first lap.
Don’t miss any of the 2017 Malaysian Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action.