Kevin Magnussen leads a gaggle of midfield cars at the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Formula One isn’t a two-tier racing category, but the 2018 season featured an undoubted class divide.

Force India deliberately targeted a Q2 elimination to win free tyre choice for the start of the race.

Sergio Perez at the United States Grand Prix.

Sergio Perez will race for Force India in 2019.

Esteban Ocon at the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix

Esteban Ocon is increasingly likely to be without a job in 2019.

Esteban Ocon at the 2018 Italian Grand Prix.

Giving teams a third car to race would open F1 to a world of problems.

Romain Grosjean on track at the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix.

How has the midfield fared in F1 in 2018?

Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez on track at the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix.

Force India will come out of adminsitration in time for the Belgian Grand Prix.

Force India’s salvation is not as politically straightforward as it seems.

Threats by rival teams to withhold prize money from a sold Force India are a disgrace to Formula One.

Sergio Perez at the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix.

Sergio Perez wants softer Pirelli tyres to emulate the unpredictability of the Austrian Grand Prix.