Sebastian Vettel; Mark Webber; Lewis Hamilton (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images) The post-race press conference at the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix was the most awkward F1 event since the team orders debacle at Hockenheim in 2010.

Sebastian Vettel (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)  After a weather-affected wet-dry qualifying session for the second grand prix in a row, we know that the Red Bull is fast, that Mercedes want to be faster, and Felipe Massa is back on good form after far too long.

Robert Fernley (photo by Moy)It was an atypically quite senior team personnel press conference that took place in the Sepang paddock on Friday afternoon, with the focus more on the past than on the present or the future.

Sebastian Vettel; Felipe Massa; Fernando Alonso (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images) The final practice session of the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend was a close-fought session, with more than half the grid covered by a single second. In the early stages it looked as though Red Bull were struggling,

Mark Webber (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)  After winning the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Kimi Raikkonen put in another strong showing during Friday practice at Malaysia’s Sepang International Circuit.

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