Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has defended Sebastian Vettel after the driver swore when criticising the sound of Formula 1's new engines.

Lewis Hamilton took a dominant win in the Malaysian GP to lead Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to a one-two finish.

Formula 1 will pay tribute to the passengers on missing flight MH370 at Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

The much awaited new era in Formula 1 got underway in Australia on the 14th with Practice sessions followed by qualifying on the 15th and the race on the 16th of March 2014. As expected, it was mixed bag of excitement and dullness along with a controversial ending.

As the eyes of the world turn to Australia next weekend for the start of the 2014 FIA World Championship there is one vital ingredient that was missing from the final races of 2013: uncertainty.

2014 marks a brand new era for F1 with a novel vision of producing greener, safer cars which in turn has effected multiple changes in cars from previous years. Pirelli will act as the official Tire supplier for the 2014 season too.

From its inception, F1 has had drivers, manufacturers and privately owned teams along with component developers battling it out on track to be World Champions in the sport. Some of the notable manufacturers on grid for 2014 are Ferrari (who has been there from inception), Mercedes Benz and Lotus where some of the notable private teams are Redbull (champions for past 4 years), Williams and McLaren.

Formula 1 looks poised for a dramatic shake-up when the new season starts in Australia on 16 March.

Red Bull's preparations for the Formula 1 season hit a new low at the final pre-season test.

Red Bull's 2014 troubles continued on the first day of the second pre-season test in Bahrain.