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The stars of Formula 1 may be the drivers and teams, but there are a number of other individuals who play a crucial role in fans’ enjoyment of the sport. Here, Motorsport.com brings you their story. This week it’s David Croft, the lead TV commentator for British broadcaster Sky Sports.
There are people you don't see on TV, but who help the Formula 1 circus keep the show on the road. Here, Motorsport.com brings you their story. This week it’s Stephanie Travers, the trackside fluid engineer working for Mercedes technical sponsor and partner Petronas.
In this series we introduce the people who work in F1 who you never normally get a chance to see on TV. Today, however, we feature someone who is often spotted after each race: the master of the podium ceremony Alexander Molina.
There are people you don't see on TV, but who help the F1 circus to deliver the show. In this series, Motorsport.com looks at some of the unseen but important figures from the sport. Here is the story of Manuel Munoz, the chief race engineer for Pirelli.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2019 title with two races to spare, continuing Formula 1's drought of title deciders. The series would be justified in tweaking its points system to help matters.
We visited Schuberth's F1 helmet factory to speak with its bosses about new FIA standards, and discuss just how it came to land a deal with Max Verstappen for the 2019 season.
Daniil Kvyat has been told by the FIA that he cannot use a special helmet livery design for his home race, because he already used different colours at the Italian Grand Prix.
In an exclusive interview with Motorsport.com, Williams Formula 1 team's new recruit Sergey Sirotkin has offered an in-depth view into his first few weeks embedded within the legendary Grove-based outfit.