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Lewis Hamilton set a new record for pole positions by a British driver after dominating a wet qualifying session for the Chinese Grand Prix, beating the two Red Bulls 
Daniel Ricciardo expects to be more comfortable chasing a podium in tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix despite losing the appeal against his exclusion from Australia 
Mercedes executive director (business) Toto Wolff said Lewis Hamilton was “in a league of his own” during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix 
Lewis Hamilton admits he is unsure of how strong he will be in tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix after making a number of changes to his car overnight 
UPDATED: Sebastian Vettel reckons Red Bull's qualifying positions make it possible to challenge F1 pacesetters Mercedes in China. 
Nico Rosberg admits that, hampered by his brakes, he was simply not quick enough to battle for F1 pole position at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Felipe Massa sees no reason why Williams cannot be mixing it with F1 big guns Red Bull and Ferrari in the Chinese Grand Prix. 
Fernando Alonso has urged Ferrari to set realistic goals for the Chinese Grand Prix after qualifying in fifth place, saying the podium shouldn't be the only satisfying result 
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix has been rejected by the FIA International Court of Appeal - Buzz45
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix has been rejected by the FIA International Court of Appeal