If F1 teams can’t perfect their cars, racing becomes less predictable.
The power unit framework, not the qualifying structure itself, is to blame for the sport’s latest Saturday malaise.
F1’s 2021 car concept looks great, but the chances of it becoming a reality are slim.
Formula One isn’t too predictable; it’s too political.
Faster cars aren’t the answer to F1’s problems.
Changing the F1 points system format confusing one of the sport’s most effective systems.
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.
Can F1 make pit stops safer without reducing the spectacle of a sub-three-second tyre change?
When teams prioritise the status quo for their own benefit, the sport loses.
F1 will present teams with a major blueprint for 2021 ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix.