Malaysian Grand Prix Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur March 28-30, 2014

Total laps 56
Lap distance 5.543 km
Track Conditions Dry

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Free practice 1  March 28 - 10:00 local | 02:00 GMT
Free practice 2  March 28 - 14:00 local | 06:00 GMT
Free practice 3  March 29 - 13:00 local | 05:00 GMT

Qualifying  March 29 - 16:00 local | 08:00 GMT
Race  March 30 - 16:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 09:00 BST

  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Hamilton FL GBR Mercedes 56
2 Rosberg GER Mercedes 56
3 Vettel GER Red Bull 56
3 Vettel GER Red Bull 56
4 Alonso ESP Ferrari 56
5 Hülkenberg GER Force India 56
6 Button GBR McLaren 56
7 Massa BRA Williams 56
8 Bottas FIN Williams 56
9 Magnussen DEN McLaren 55
10 Kvyat RUS Toro Rosso 55
11 Grosjean FRA Lotus 55
12 Räikkönen FIN Ferrari 55
13 Kobayashi JPN Caterham 55
14 Ericsson SWE Caterham 54
15 Chilton GBR Manor Marussia 54
broken wing Ricciardo AUS Red Bull 49
gearbox Gutiérrez MEX Sauber 35
engine Sutil GER Sauber 32
turbo Vergne FRA Toro Rosso 18
collision Bianchi FRA Manor Marussia 8
engine Maldonado VEN Lotus 7
Perez MEX Force India 0

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Hamilton thanks his team for the "amazing job" and is all smiles in Parc Ferme. Mercedes still look to be in a race of their own in the dry. The drivers are all smiles, albeit sweaty smiles, as they wait to head to the podium.

There will be a much better atmosphere on that podium than there was last year, that's for sure.

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Lap 56

Hamilton wins the Malaysian Grand Prix

Hamilton comes home after an utterly dominant display, Rosberg second and Vettel third.

Bottas is unable to get past Massa, who ignored those team orders - that will make some interesting post-race meetings. Kvyat scores points again.

Lap 55

Grosjean is racing well in 11th, and is refusing to let former team-mate Raikkonen by. A race finish would be a big lift for Lotus.

In Massa's defence, Bottas is a fair way back. It wouldn't be Malaysia without a bit of team order controversy though. This all play into the hands of Button, of course. Bottas is ow told he is racing Massa and they are going at it big time.

Lap 54

Superb racing from Hulkenberg and Alonso. The Ferrari driver can't make it stick in the first corner as Hulkenberg goes defensive, wins back the position, but Alonso shows his class and the benefit of fresher tyres and powers past him at Turn Three. The fans love it.

Massa yet to move over for Bottas.... he's told again to let him through as Bottas is on fresher tyres.

Lap 53

Alonso just three tenths behind Hulkenberg, who is looking frantically in his mirrors but he surely can't hold that position for long. Hulkenberg holds off Alonso into the final corner.

Massa is told to let Bottas past him. That will bring back bad memories.

Lap 52

Hamilton pits from the lead. He's led all but one lap of this race after a super start (below) and he is five laps away from a first win in Sepang.

Ricciardo retires in the pits as he disasterous 10 laps comes to an end.

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