F1 2017 delivered a tense season, but its real gift was the promise of a thrilling 2018.
Formula One is at a crossroads under new commercial ownership and with a looming 2020 deadline.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has threatened to take his team out of F1 if the FIA presses ahead with proposed engine changes.
Proposed engine regulation changes are only part of F1’s post-2020 vision.
New safety standards from 2018 will have drivers gloves collecting vital information for doctors.
Renault’s hiring of Marcin Budkowski has angered rivals concerned about the privacy of its technical data.
Formula One thrives on being a sport of extremes, and trimming too much of the excess could be detrimental to the show.
Only more teams can improve the flow of new talent into Formula One.
Formula One can still be a high-risk sport without the danger of serious injury or death.
There is no rational argument against implementing the halo — but that doesn’t mean it’ll be permanent.