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Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain chats with his crew inside the garage during the practice session ahead of Sunday's Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, China Friday, April 18, 2014.
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Jenson Button thinks Daniel Ricciardo is the only driver with a chance of coming close to the Mercedes cars at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix.
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British driver Susie Wolff will become Formula One's first female competitor in 20 years when she takes part in the first practice sessions at the British and German grands prix in July.
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Felipe Massa : All of the upgrades we brought here have improved performance which is really positive.
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Fernando Alonso spoke warmly of Stefano Domenicali on Thursday and revealed he had yet to speak to new Ferrari Formula One team boss Marco Mattiacci ahead of Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
As Stefano Domenicali’s replacement, Marco Mattiacci, prepared for his first weekend as Ferrari team principal, the Italian company’s president Luca di Montezemolo promised a return to winning ways very quickly.
Nico Hulkenberg denied rumours F1 drivers are threatening to strike over unpaid wages but has warned the ongoing issue is "not good for the sport."
NBC Sports Group's coverage of the 2014 Formula One season continues this weekend with NBCSN's live presentation of the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday at 2:30 a.m. ET, followed by an encore presentation on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. ET.
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Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso will face the media on Thursday in China while the FIA and Honda take over on Friday.
Some just had a habit of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, while others created most of their own problems.
After back to back races at Bahrain and Malaysia, a fortnight later, the F1 brigade is all set for China.
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Dominant Mercedes will look to capitalise on fresh woes at Red Bull and Ferrari and hammer home their championship advantage with a fourth straight win at Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa looks forward to lots of overtaking opportunities in Shanghai, but Valtteri Bottas would like the team to improve in the slower sections of the track.