If you were monitoring that renowned bastion of reasonable and level-headed debate known as Twitter during the Canadian Grand Prix, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Formula One had folded overnight, never to be seen again among the ranks of top-tier motorsport.Continue reading

Qualifying is one of the most universally popular parts of a grand prix weekend, so it’s surprising that the competitive Saturday session is regularly considered for change as the sport strives for self-improvement.Continue reading

What is the perfect form of Formula One? There are no easy answers, but the sport’s authorities hope the plan they’ll present to teams today will be convincing enough to settle the long-running battle for the championship’s soul.Continue reading

Closer and faster for longer: that’s the aim of a series of small regulatory changes designed to have a substantial effect on the quality of racing in Formula One this season.Continue reading

Formula One teams get just eight precious days to test their 2019 machinery ahead of next month’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix. At the halfway mark, we can begin to draw some broad-brush conclusions.Continue reading

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel at the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Even in a sport as relentlessly in motion as Formula One, the Christmas break presents an opportunity for reflection and a chance to re-set goals ahead of a new season.Continue reading

Formula One in 2018 didn’t deliver quite the result it promised in the first half of the season, but the lack of closeness in the final points tallies belies a year far from bereft of action or interest.Continue reading

The scene was set for Lewis Hamilton to vanquish Sebastian Vettel and claim a fifth world championship at last weekend’s United States Grand Prix, but Mercedes fluffed its lines.Continue reading

Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton in formation at the 2018 Russian Grand Prix.

The Russian Grand Prix was no lights-to-flag thriller, but it nonetheless delivered Formula One its true lifeblood: controversy.Continue reading

A concept 2021 F1 car.

One of the more interesting stories to emerge from the Singapore Grand Prix came not from the track but from the press conference room, where F1 motorsport boss Ross Brawn previewed the sport’s direction for aerodynamics post-2020.Continue reading

Fernando Alonso talks to an engineer at the 2018 British Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso has never been afraid to speak his mind — and he’s no stranger to controversy in the aftermath.Continue reading

In 2018 Formula One cars are faster than ever before. This isn’t necessarily a good thing.Continue reading

Formula One’s new management is slowly trying to remodel the sport in its own image, but it’s not all smooth sailing.Continue reading

Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer has accused certain team bosses of deliberately “fooling” the governing body, the FIA, into increasing the fuel limit to gain a competitive advantage.

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Kimi Raikkonen pulls away from a pit stop at the 2018 Bahrain Grand Prix.

The unpredictability in results of the opening three Formula One grands prix has grabbed headlines, but equally noteworthy has been the series of botched pit stops that marred weekends from Australia to China.Continue reading

Christian Horner and Ross Brawn on the grid at the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix.

It’s difficult to believe after an action-packed Bahrain Grand Prix that just two weekends ago Formula One was in the grips of an overtaking crisis, but such is the rapid rate of change in the world’s fastest sport.Continue reading

Ferrari's Maurizio Arrivabene, Mercedes's Toto Wolff and Red Bull Racing's Christian Horner in te Friday press conference at the 2018 Australian Grand Prix.

The grand prix circuits of Australia and Bahrain could hardly be more different, but Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel will be hoping the sand-swept desert track brings them good fortune all the same.Continue reading

Renault on track at 2018 preseason testing.

At this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix F1 bosses will reveal to teams and power unit manufacturers its vision for the sport from 2021. Not all those stakeholders will walk away happy.Continue reading