Sebastian Vettel is adamant both Ferrari drivers are free to race one another regardless of the title fight.
There are two changes to this weekend's Russian Grand Prix grid with Carlos Sainz and Stoffel Vandoorne penalised.
F1's new owners Liberty Media have proposed setting up the calendar by region rather than the current system of jumping around the globe.
Following Bernie Ecclestone's revelation that he overcharged circuit bosses, Sepang chief Razlan Razali says the former supremo has made them "look like idiots."
Sauber have confirmed that they will be switching to Honda power come 2018, saying it is a "huge honour".
Jolyon Palmer has said that he only has himself to blame after making a "simple mistake" in qualifying at the Russian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Valtteri Bottas sit down with the press after Saturday's qualifying at the Russian Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean has said his Haas car is not "doing anything" that he wants it to do at the Sochi Autrodrom.
Daniel Ricciardo is trying to focus on the positives after qualifying in P5 for the Russian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has once again lamented the lack of pace that the Honda engine produces but heaped praise on his own performance.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff felt Valtteri Bottas did have enough pace for pole position but admitted Ferrari's one-two in qualifying hurts a lot.
Kimi Raikkonen felt that he had the "tools" to qualify on pole position for Ferrari, but was ultimately pipped by his team-mate Sebastian Vettel.
Valtteri Bottas is downbeat about Mercedes' chances at the Russian Grand Prix after the Silver Arrows were locked out of the front row for the first time in 31 races.
Sebastian Vettel was beaming with joy after Ferrari locked down the front row for the first time since France in 2008.
Felipe Massa split the two Red Bull drivers in P6, both Force India cars qualified in the top 10 as Jolyon Palmer crashed out.
Lewis Hamilton is not giving up hope of toppling Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix but admits there is "a lot of work to do".
Ferrari locked out the front row for the first time since 2008, Lewis Hamilton was off the pace in P4 and Red Bull face a midfield battle.
Back-marker Romain Grosjean had a day to forget in the Haas, as McLaren continue to struggle for pace in Sochi.
Sebastian Vettel claimed his and Ferrari's first pole position since 2015 at Sochi, qualifying ahead of Kimi Raikkonen for a Scuderia 1-2.
Jonathan Rea fought back from a grid penalty to beat Tom Sykes to the chequered flag in Race 1 at Assen, a race that should have seen Chaz Davies finish second.
For the best Fox Sports Experience, we recommend upgradingto the latest version of Safari, Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer.Update my browser now