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Mercedes 'love' title fight with Ferrari & Red Bull - Toto Wolff

World champion Lewis Hamilton has finished second, third and fourth in the first three races this season



Mercedes say they are "excited" by the "massive challenge" of their title fight with Ferrari and Red Bull.

Mercedes have failed to win any of the first three races and defending champion Lewis Hamilton trails Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, the championship leader, by nine points.

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F1 bosses give themselves until end of May to agree on new engine rules

The FIA wants to introduce a simplified version of the current 1.6-litre turbo hybrids



Formula 1 bosses have given themselves just over six weeks to agree on new engine rules for the 2021 season.

Governing body the FIA reiterated at two meetings of senior figures on Tuesday its desire to introduce simplified version of the current 1.6-litre turbo hybrids.

Read more: F1 bosses give themselves until end of May to agree on new engine rules

Daniel Ricciardo: Chinese GP win not enough on its own to stay at Red Bull

"We won at the weekend but we need to win regularly to show we can be title contenders," Ricciardo said.



Daniel Ricciardo says victory in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix is not enough on its own to convince him to sign a new deal with Red Bull.

The Australian is out of contract at the end of 2018 and there are potential openings at Mercedes and Ferrari.

Read more: Daniel Ricciardo: Chinese GP win not enough on its own to stay at Red Bull


Valentino Rossi accuses Marc Marquez of deliberately crashing into riders

Valentino Rossi (right) clashed with Marc Marquez in the closing stages of Sunday's race



Italy's Valentino Rossi has accused Marc Marquez of deliberately crashing into riders at the Argentina MotoGP, saying he is "scared" to race with him.

Spain's Marquez finished in 18th after being given a 30-second penalty for clashing with Rossi as he tried to overtake during the race, which was won by Britain's Cal Crutchlow.

Read more: Valentino Rossi accuses Marc Marquez of deliberately crashing into riders


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