One story dominated the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend: the furore over Lewis Hamilton and McLaren's misleading of the race stewards in Australia. The controversy that saw the team under siege from the press, Hamilton lose his Melbourne podium, McLaren suspend its stalwart sporting director Dave Ryan, and questions lingering over what will happen to the beleaguered team next.
A thrilling, if truncated, race provided a brief distraction from the McLaren affair. Jenson Button took another win amid a deluge, but could the GP have resumed if its start time had not been put back this season?
Rosberg fastest in first Malaysia practice
Ferrari duo on top in second practice
Rosberg fastest again in final practice
Button grabs second consecutive pole
Button wins shortened Malaysian GP
THE BIG STORIES
Kubica unhappy with twilight timeslots
Hamilton disqualified from Australian GP
Whitmarsh says McLaren did not lie
FIA insists McLaren misled stewards
BMW officially joins diffuser appeal
McLaren confirms Ryan's suspension
Hamilton apologises for 'huge mistake'
McLaren could face further sanctions
Alonso: McLaren has lied before
Strategic error to blame for Massa exit
Stewards reject BMW Sauber's protest
Brawn hails 'revitalised' Button
Hamilton considered quitting over Oz GP
McLaren: Hamilton not looking to leave
Whitmarsh future in shareholders' hands