Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnuseen on track at the 2018 Australian Grand Prix.
Haas's Ferrari-lite business model has never been more controversial than in 2018.
Sebastian Vettel sits in his Ferrari during preseason testing.
An IndyCar race can feature hundreds of overtakes, but does that mean the racing is automatically better?
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 CEO Sergio Marchionne.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has threatened to take his team out of F1 if the FIA presses ahead with proposed engine changes.
Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne addresses the media.
Proposed engine regulation changes are only part of F1's post-2020 vision.
Chase Carey and Helmut Marko on the grid of the 2017 Austrian Grand Prix.
Formula One thrives on being a sport of extremes, and trimming too much of the excess could be detrimental to the show.
Daniel Ricciardo sits in his RB13 at the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix.
Formula One can still be a high-risk sport without the danger of serious injury or death.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel drives down the pit lane during the Bahrain in-season test
The 2017 development race is the true main attraction at this weekend's the Spanish Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas puts his Ferrari ahead of Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari on the first lap of the 2017 Russian Grand Prix.
The lacklustre Russian Grand Prix highlighted areas F1 must improve on in the immediate future.
Renault concept makes a bid for F1 future
Renault's 2027 F1 concept is excitingly realistic, but is it achievable?
Jury still out on 2017 regulations
The first race of 2017 was a tense affair, but did it demonstrate a successful change of the rules?
New clutch rules to spice up start
The FIA has regulated more driver control of the clutch for race starts.
F1 prepares for record-breaking season
F1 in 2017 promises to deliver the fastest cars in the sport's history.
Hamilton’s data ban: is Lewis onto something?
Lewis Hamilton's idea to ban teammate spying on each other's data might have merit after all.
Launch week: pressure builds on F1 to deliver
The 2017 season is promising newfound aggression and attraction. That's pressure.

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Yassmin and Michael go under the hood to learn how important high tech ‘tinkering’ — AKA engineering — is to making cars go faster. Our aerodynamic duo visit the almost sci-fi workshop of Melbourne’s Monash Motorsport. The university team are world leaders in the development of Formula SAE racing cars, a rich training ground for the world of Formula One.

Along the way they learn about a CSIRO-developed electron beam, meet an aerodynamics expert and get blown away walking through a wind tunnel. Sometimes it sounds more like an episode of Dr Who than a motoring show.

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