Mark Sutton: Story behind the shot - Australia

Mark Sutton: Story behind the shot - Australia

Especially for lovers of motorsport photography, GPUpdate.net's race-by-race series, Story Behind the Shot, continues throughout the 2017 season. Mark Sutton of Sutton Images, who provides our website with pictures, will choose his top shot from each race weekend with a description as to how he captured it. Read more…

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  1. Wednesday 29 March 2017

  2. Tuesday 28 March 2017

  3. 16:16

    Fernley: Double points 'fantastic reward'

    Force India Deputy Team Principal Bob Fernley says a double points finish for the squad at the Australian Grand Prix is a "fantastic reward" for its work over…

  4. Monday 27 March 2017

  5. 16:22

    Australian Grand Prix: Winners and Losers

    Sebastian Vettel opened the season with victory at the Australian Grand Prix, setting up the prospect of a title battle with Lewis Hamilton. GPUpdate.net…

  6. 12:02

    Vandoorne: McLaren race finish a milestone

    Stoffel Vandoorne says that reaching the finish of the Australian Grand Prix represented a milestone for McLaren-Honda, admitting that the team expected both…

  7. 11:42

    Sauber baffled at no Magnussen penalty

    Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn blasted an "incomprehensible" decision by the stewards not to penalise Kevin Magnussen, following a collision with…

  8. 10:24

    Räikkönen rues difficult opening stint

    Ferrari driver Kimi Räikkönen was left to rue a difficult opening stint to the Australian Grand Prix as he finished the first round of the campaign in fourth…

  9. Sunday 26 March 2017

  10. 16:05

    Clear: Australia win 'fell into our hands'

    Ferrari's Head of Race Activities Jock Clear believes victory at the Australian Grand Prix "fell into our hands" after early leader Lewis Hamilton lost time…

  11. 12:26

    Giovinazzi lauds 'fantastic' F1 debut

    Sauber's Antonio Giovinazzi hailed a "fantastic" weekend as he claimed 12th place on his Formula 1 debut at the Australian Grand Prix. Ferrari reserve driver…

  12. 11:38

    Massa delighted to lead midfield charge

    Williams' Felipe Massa labelled himself as "really happy" as he led the charge in Formula 1's midfield by placing sixth at the season-opening Australian Grand…

  13. 10:27

    Pérez reckons seventh place maximum

    Sergio Pérez believes he extracted the maximum from Force India's potential as he finished in seventh position at the season-opening Australian Grand…

  14. 09:24

    Wolff: Ferrari had quicker package in race

    Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has conceded that Ferrari simply had the quicker package during the Australian Grand Prix, highlighting its ability to follow other…

  15. 08:57

    Ricciardo: Separate issues caused dramas

    Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo says two separate issues on his RB13 compounded his dismal Australian Grand Prix weekend, as he retired for the first time since…

  16. 07:36

    Vettel beats Hamilton to Australian GP win

    Sebastian Vettel beat Lewis Hamilton to victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, after going longer on a one-stop strategy, marking Ferrari's first…

  17. 05:16

    Williams gets suspended fine over gearbox

    Williams has been handed a €25,000 fine, suspended for the entirety of the season, after failing to inform the FIA of its intention to change the gearbox in…

  18. 03:12

    Pirelli expects one-stop Australia race

    Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli is expecting a one-stop strategy to emerge as the favoured approach by drivers for the season-opening Australian Grand…

  19. 02:32

    Alonso: McLaren 'better than expected'

    Fernando Alonso says that McLaren-Honda's Australian Grand Prix weekend has gone "better than we'd expected" after pre-season testing. McLaren and Honda…

  20. Saturday 25 March 2017

  21. 13:02

    Giovinazzi thought F1 call-up was a joke

    Formula 1 debutant Antonio Giovianzzi says he thought he was being tricked when he received the news that he would be competing in the Australian Grand Prix…

  22. 12:46

    Bratches: No shortage of aspiring F1 hosts

    New Formula 1 commercial chief Sean Bratches says that he has received a substantial number of enquiries from venues keen to explore the possibility of joining…

  23. 10:12

    Ocon eyes first points from 14th place

    Esteban Ocon is optimistic that he can make amends for a mistake on his final flying lap in Q2 to compete for points during his Force India debut at the…

  24. 10:00

    Sainz Jr. relieved after Q1, Q2 struggles

    Carlos Sainz Jr. says he was relieved to take eighth on the grid for the Australian Grand Prix after struggling with the balance of his STR12 during the early…

  25. 08:43

    Pérez summoned over alleged rule breach

    Sergio Pérez has been summoned by the Australian Grand Prix stewards over an alleged rule breach during Saturday's qualifying session at Albert Park. Force…

  26. 08:13

    Palmer labels Renault car a 'disaster'

    Renault driver Jolyon Palmer labelled his car as "awful" and a "disaster" as he finished as the slowest competitor during qualifying for the season-opening…

  27. 07:58

    Vettel: Mistakes didn't cost Ferrari pole

    Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel described himself as "not entirely happy" with his final Q3 effort but does not believe a couple of minor errors prevented him from…

  28. 07:45

    Hamilton expects 'tight' race from pole

    Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he expects a "tight race" at the Australian Grand Prix after he opened the season with the 62nd pole position of his Formula…

  29. 06:51

    Stroll 'staying calm' despite Q1 exit

    Williams rookie Lance Stroll insists he will "stay calm" despite enduring a difficult Saturday as he prepares for his Formula 1 debut at the Australian Grand…

  30. 04:42

    Whiting expects T-wing ban for 2018

    Formula 1 Race Director Charlie Whiting reckons there is a "strong chance" that the T-wing will be outlawed from the sport's regulations next year, following…

  31. Friday 24 March 2017

  32. 14:06

    Brown: Progress in 2017 will be 'gradual'

    McLaren-Honda Executive Director Zak Brown says the partnership's progress in 2017 will be "gradual", rather than expecting to make any substantial leap forward…