Ferrari remains on top as Raikkonen sets the pace in FP3 at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
At first, Lewis Hamilton appeared to have brought Mercedes back into the race after a less than perfect Friday left the Silver Arrows head scratching. But an error on his flying lap left the old-aero element running Briton down the order whilst Ferrari leapt to the top with a commanding lead. A strong start to the day, until an issue developed late on that left Sebastian Vettel limping back to the pits.
The wait is nearly over and the bags for Australia are packed, F1 2017 is inbound.
New regulations, new cars, new owners and a new team on top? What will Formula One have in store for 2017 as aero tweaks bring back shark fins but a lack of power could prevent a McLaren from making a comeback. Again. Something that should not hamper Ferrari as the Prancing Horse is set to bolt the stable and join Mercedes’ atop the F1 table. Continue reading →