Australian GP (2016)
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The FIA has simulated Fernando Alonso's dramatic 2016 crash in Australia with the halo as part of its analysis of the Formula 1 cockpit protection device.
Fernando Alonso experienced a peak impact force of 46G during his 305km/h crash at the Australian Grand Prix, FIA data from the accident investigation has revealed.
Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz had good reason to be unhappy with each other during Formula 1's Melbourne curtain-raiser. But Valentin Khorounzhiy reckons the frustrations of both Toro Rosso drivers were justified.
Formula 1’s failure to change its under-fire elimination qualifying format was sealed when McLaren and Red Bull refused to accept anything other than ditching the shoot-out idea completely, Motorsport.com has learned.
Kunal Shah and Mithila Mehta rewind to the Australian Grand Prix weekend discussing the highs and lows of the 2016 Formula 1 season opener.
The Australian Grand Prix qualifying fiasco showed some serious thought needs to be given into how Formula 1 is being run at the moment, says Jonathan Noble.
Daniel Ricciardo's superb drive to fourth at the Australian Grand Prix was somewhat overlooked in the aftermath of a race that included its fair share of controversy and drama – but he says he wasn’t far off Mercedes and Ferrari in some parts of the race.
Romain Grosjean has become the first man to win the new Driver of the Day vote introduced for the 2016 season.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari's strong pace in the Australian Grand Prix race was a truer reflection of his team's potential than what happened in qualifying.
Niki Lauda says that Nico Rosberg's Australian GP victory represents a huge boost to the German as he starts another season long battle with Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Formula 1 kicked off its 2016 season with a bang in Melbourne. Adam Cooper takes us inside the Australian Grand Prix.
Felipe Nasr finished the race at the Albert Park in P15, Marcus Ericsson had to retire in lap 39
Fernando Alonso: “I got out quickly so my mum could see I was okay!”
Haas F1 Team made history before and after the 32nd Australian Grand Prix Sunday in Melbourne.