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Formula One: World championship standings

Formula One world championship standings ahead of this week's Chinese Grand Prix: Drivers 1. Nico Rosberg (GER) 61pts, 2. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) 50, 3. Nico Hulkenberg (GER) 28, 4. Fernando Alonso (ESP) 26, 5. Jenson Button (GBR) 23, 6. Sebastian Vettel (GER) 23, 7. Kevin Magnussen (DEN) 20, 8. Valtteri Bottas (FIN) 18, 9. Sergio Perez (MEX) 16, 10. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) 12, 11. Felipe Massa (BRA) 12, 12. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) 7, 13. Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA) 4, 14. Daniil Kvyat (RUS) 3 Constructors

Formula One: Mercedes look to capitalise on rivals' woes

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. Three victories out of three, including one-two finishes in Malaysia and Bahrain, tell the story but the Silver Arrows also received boosts this week from two of their main rivals. Ferrari were left reeling after team principal Stefano Domenicali quit following a torrid start to the season, including a poor showing 10 days ago in Bahrain.

Formula One: Red Bull lose Ricciardo Australian GP appeal

Red Bull on Tuesday lost their appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's Australian Grand Prix disqualification. The world champions had sought to overturn the stripping of Ricciardo's second place in Melbourne for breaching fuel flow regulations. The FIA's International Court of Appeal issued a ruling after a six-hour hearing Monday when other teams had called for the punishmen to be toughened. Red Bull's rookie Australian driver is left in 10th place in the championship with 12 points, 49 behind Mercedes' pacesetter Nico Rosberg ahead of Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.

Formula One: Red Bull lose Ricciardo Australian GP appeal

Red Bull on Tuesday lost their appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from second place in last month's Australian Grand Prix. The world champions had sought to overturn the stripping of Ricciardo's runner-up finish behind Nico Rosberg in Melbourne for breaching fuel flow regulations. FIA's International Court of Appeal issued a ruling after a six-hour hearing Monday during which Mercedes had called for the punishment to be harsher.

Formula One: Red Bull lose Ricciardo Australian GP appeal

Red Bull on Tuesday lost their appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from second place in last month's Australian Grand Prix. The world champions had sought to overturn the stripping of Ricciardo's runner-up finish behind Nico Rosberg in Melbourne for breaching fuel flow regulations. FIA's International Court of Appeal issued a ruling after a six-hour hearing Monday during which Mercedes had called for the punishment to be harsher.

Formula One: Ricciardo 'pumped' after Red Bull lose Australian GP appeal

Red Bull on Tuesday lost their appeal over Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from second place in last month's Australian Grand Prix. The world champions had sought to overturn the stripping of Ricciardo's runner-up finish behind Nico Rosberg in Melbourne for breaching fuel flow regulations. FIA's International Court of Appeal issued a ruling after a six-hour hearing Monday during which Mercedes had called for the punishment to be harsher.

Formula One: World championship standings

Formula One world championship standings after FIA upheld the decision to disqualify Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo's from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix: Drivers

Formula One: Red Bull and Ricciardo await verdict after appeal

Formula One constructors champions Red Bull should learn by Tuesday morning whether their appeal over Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from his home Grand Prix has been successful. The FIA International Court of Appeal heard the appeal in Paris on Monday and must decide whether or not to reinstate Ricciardo in second place in the Melbourne race. The 24-year-old, in his first season with the team, was stripped of his place after the team were found guilty of breaching fuel flow regulations.

Formula One: Ferrari shake-up as F1 boss Domenicali quits

Ferrari's Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali quit on Monday over the legendary Italian team's disastrous start to the 2014 season. "It is time for a significant change," Domenicali, 48, said in a Ferrari statement announcing his resignation. The man who took over from FIA boss Jean Todt in 2008 stands aside with Ferrari having failed to climb the podium in the first three races of the season and languishing fifth in the constructors' table.

Formula One: Ferrari F1 boss Domenicali quits

Ferrari's Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali quit on Monday over the legendary Italian team's disastrous start to the 2014 season. "It is time for a significant change," Domenicali said in a Ferrari statement announcing his resignation. Ferrari have failed to get in the top three in the first three races of the season and are just fifth in the constructors' table. Ferrari's North American CEO Marco Mattiacci will assume control of the team, his remit simple - to reverse the scuderia's fortunes in a year when Mercedes are leaving all in their wake.
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