Lewis Hamilton leads the championship for the first time this season following his victory at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Bernie Ecclestone has called Formula One’s decision not to stage the 1,000th race at Silverstone a “failure”.
This weekend’s third round of the 2019 Formula One World Championship in China marks the 1,000th Grand Prix in the history of the sport. Here, Press Association Sport looks back on some of the most memorable races and record-breaking moments over the years.
Lewis Hamilton is not getting caught up in the excitement of Formula One’s 1,000th race as he insisted in China: “I’m here to do one job, and that’s to win.”
The Formula One circus has touched down in China for the third round of the new season.
Mick Schumacher clocked the second fastest time on his Formula One debut during post-race testing for Ferrari in Bahrain.
Charles Leclerc ignored radio orders to stay behind Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel for two laps at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Press Association Sport understands.
Campaigners for democracy and human rights in Bahrain have criticised David Beckham and other British celebrities for attending Sunday’s Formula One race in the Gulf state.
Lewis Hamilton has tipped Sebastian Vettel to bounce back from the latest in his expanding catalogue of mistakes.
Charles Leclerc upstaged Sebastian Vettel to claim his first pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ferrari continued their domination in Bahrain as Charles Leclerc led a one-two in final practice.