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Podcast: Was Zarco quick enough on Honda debut?

Johann Zarco made his return to MotoGP action in Australia with LCR Honda following his mid-season dismissal from KTM.

How serious is the threat to Renault's F1 future? Prime

How serious is the threat to Renault's F1 future?

The 2019 season has not been one to remember for Renault, and questions are now being asked about the team's place in Formula 1. Is that really in jeopardy, and would its parent company be throwing away a potential bright future if it did exit?

Podcast: Is Honda using Zarco to pressure Lorenzo?

Johann Zarco's dramatic 2019 MotoGP season took another twist this week, as LCR Honda announced he would be joining the team for the final three races of the year.

Why F1 must learn from its bad decisions of the past
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Why F1 must learn from its bad decisions of the past

As Formula 1's 2021 rules debate moves towards its – delayed – crunch point, we look back at the missteps that have made its self-improvement efforts so complicated.

Ranked! Top 10 rare F1 car liveries
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Ranked! Top 10 rare F1 car liveries

Formula 1's strict rules governing car liveries means we don't get to see much variety from teams during a season, but in the past it was a different matter.

What Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance Prime

What Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance

Mercedes' era of dominance is casting a shadow on the success Ferrari enjoyed during its Michael Schumacher days, but the Silver Arrows squad has one key skill that its Formula 1 rival must learn to dethrone it.

Why F1 junior schemes produce more flops than stars Prime

Why F1 junior schemes produce more flops than stars

Many Formula 1 teams throw resources at young talent in the hope of discovering the next superstar. But their strike rate is poor for a reason.

The curious case of modern F1 'cigarette' branding Prime

The curious case of modern F1 'cigarette' branding

At the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix, Ferrari's cars were fitted with the logos of a new campaign from title sponsor Philip Morris. Then McLaren began promoting British American Tobacco. It was just the start of a continuing saga

Debate: Why has Mercedes gone off the boil in F1?
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Debate: Why has Mercedes gone off the boil in F1?

Mercedes won the first eight grands prix of the 2019 Formula 1 season, but has only triumphed in three of the subsequent eight races.

If Leclerc still trusts Vettel he'll never be champion Prime

If Leclerc still trusts Vettel he'll never be champion

The potent teammate rivalry at Ferrari has been plain to see since the start of 2019, but has become ever more tense since Ferrari's turnaround in Formula 1 form. In Russia, Sebastian Vettel showed Charles Leclerc exactly what he's up against

Explained: How McLaren and Mercedes got back together
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Explained: How McLaren and Mercedes got back together

One of the biggest talking points off the track in Sochi last weekend was the announcement that McLaren would return to using Mercedes Formula 1 engines from the 2021 season.

What F1's best 'worst' season tells us fans want Prime

What F1's best 'worst' season tells us fans want

Lewis Hamilton has been favourite to clinch the 2019 Formula 1 title since well before the halfway stage of the season. But exciting recent races have captivated fans, which has taught the championship some valuable lessons

Vettel's defiance shows he isn't finished yet Prime

Vettel's defiance shows he isn't finished yet

There were doubts about whether Sebastian Vettel could once again be a leading force in Formula 1. But by ignoring a team order in the Russian Grand Prix he showed he may be able to dig deep and return to the fore

The bizarre mystery over Jean Alesi’s Williams F1 deal
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The bizarre mystery over Jean Alesi’s Williams F1 deal

Ferrari Formula 1 hero Jean Alesi almost didn’t sign for the Scuderia for 1991, having burst onto the scene with minnows Tyrrell.

Verdict: Was S5000's debut a success?

The V8-powered S5000 series is finally here, but is it here to stay? Here's what we learnt from the Sandown debut.

The key player to lead Jaguar away from its "dark moments" Prime

The key player to lead Jaguar away from its "dark moments"

Jaguar may be one of motorsport's most famous brands, but its results in Formula 1 and Formula E have been few and far between. But it has been making progress in the latter, and has just locked down a key part of its future

Why drivers think F1's reverse grid push is wrong Prime

Why drivers think F1's reverse grid push is wrong

Opinion: Formula 1 looks set to plough on with its plans to evaluate reversed-grid qualifying races at select events in 2020 - but this provoked a fierce response from many drivers. Here's why they're so set against the plan

Why Grosjean is F1's most infuriating driver Prime

Why Grosjean is F1's most infuriating driver

Romain Grosjean is capable of challenging Formula 1's best on his day - but those performances are few and far between. This is the conundrum of one of grand prix racing's genuine enigmas.

Why Leclerc wasn't the most wronged driver in Singapore

Ferrari scored a 1-2 in Singapore, and it only came after the unexpected result of Sebastian Vettel's undercut, which frustrated Charles Leclerc. But in the pack behind, another team made a different tactical misstep that cost a driver dearly.

Explained: How Ferrari failed to realize power of the undercut Singapore GP
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Explained: How Ferrari failed to realize power of the undercut

Charles Leclerc's hopes of a third consecutive Formula 1 victory were dashed as Ferrari's Singapore Grand Prix strategy allowed Sebastian Vettel to jump ahead of his team-mate.

Why Ferrari would be mad to shun Hulkenberg again Prime

Why Ferrari would be mad to shun Hulkenberg again

With Nico Hulkenberg's 2020 Formula 1 options narrowing further, it's time the big player that snubbed him for Kimi Raikkonen back in 2014 took another look - because there's plenty of use for Hulkenberg in the Ferrari F1 family in both the short and long term

The missing answer that reversed grids could bring to F1 Prime

The missing answer that reversed grids could bring to F1

Formula 1 has been searching for the answer to its overtaking problem for decades. But its teams can never agree to something that may hurt their chances. Here's why a compromised but radical event format idea could solve that issue.

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1 Prime

Why Rast is the best driver outside F1

There's a host of drivers who could lay claim to being F1-ready talent, but those around Rene Rast point to the double DTM champion's incredible record as proof that should he ever get the chance, he would be as worthy as any.

Why Aprilia can't afford to alienate its main asset Prime

Why Aprilia can't afford to alienate its main asset

Aleix Espargaro has shown continual patience at Aprilia, but the the MotoGP minnow's limited progress means it now faces losing a rider with an eye for bike development at a time when it needs it most.