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It’s a topic that’s been left to simmer for a couple of seasons in Formula 1, but are IndyCar paving the way for a more palatable driver head protection solution?
In the latest twist in the battle for Ferrari driver supremacy, was Vettel right to ignore team orders in the opening exchanges of the Russian GP?
Ferrari's third win in a row - and their first one-two finish of the season - was perhaps an unanticipated outcome of the Singapore GP. Can they continue their upward trend?
With the characteristics of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit theoretically benefiting Ferrari, could they finally get off the mark at the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix?
The race for the Hungarian Grand Prix win was between two of Formula 1's 'in-form' drivers but, with the pair rarely racing each other for the win, was this be the first taster into their future battles?
In one of the craziest races in modern Formula 1 history, every driver came away with a tale of triumph or 'what could've been', but which driver do you think shone in Germany?
Lewis Hamilton claimed a record-breaking sixth British Grand Prix victory on Sunday, but how close would the contest have been without the impact of a safety car?
The stewards were involved yet again in the outcome of a Grand Prix, but were they right to give Perez a five-second time penalty despite obeying the run-off rules?
Sergio Perez believes that drivers who cut corners in Monaco should have to take a detour before rejoining the track in order to avoid gaining an advantage.
With overtaking difficulties once again proving the main factor in the contest for the Monaco Grand Prix win, did the battle for the victory echo the tension of Monaco 1992?
With eight different winners in as many races, and the top seven in the drivers' championship within twenty points of each other, has this year's contest been too random?
As the Formula One world pays its respects to two drivers lost 25 years ago on a dark weekend for motorsport, Edd Straw and Adam Cooper lead the tributes to the life and career of Roland Ratzenberger.
Has the Baku race already been given too much pressure to entertain? Or can it deliver another oddball Grand Prix?
Ricardo Rosset’s 26-race Formula 1 career from 1996-1998 is regarded as one of the least impressive stints by a driver in the 1000-race history of the world championship. He gives his side of the story from his three years in the sport.
Following his Formula One test debut during the week, what does highly-rated Red Bull junior Dan Ticktum need to do in order to push for a seat next season?
Despite Charles Leclerc being cruelly denied his maiden Formula One victory, the Ferrari newcomer shone under the lights in Bahrain. Will he give Ferrari a choice to make for their lead driver?
Reigning Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne became the sixth different winner from the first six races, which has continued the theme of an ever-changing championship order with no clear favourite for the top honours.
All sections of the motor racing world have been paying tribute to Charlie Whiting, who tragically passed away on Thursday.
Ferrari might have once again set the pace and lowered the benchmark in the morning, but the afternoon session proved that Ferrari have plenty to be wary of at the conclusion of pre-season testing.
Charles Leclerc's benchmark-breaking lap time led a Ferrari fightback, whilst Pierre Gasly crashed out on day seven of pre-season testing.
McLaren kept hold of top spot, but Ferrari encountered their first major setback of testing after crashing out in the morning session.
McLaren topped the opening day of the second test, but they - and Mercedes - will have concerns about the technical issues that befell them.
The likes of Renault and Toro Rosso may have made the headlines, but the F1 world awaits the Ferrari and Mercedes performance runs.
Daniil Kvyat's last-gasp flyer on the quickest available tyre gave Toro Rosso-Honda the surprise accolade of being the current pace-setters in pre-season testing.
A faultless, high-mileage day for Charles Leclerc ensured Ferrari remained at the top of the timing sheets on day two.
James Allen revisits the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where the call to make an early pitstop proved a winning one for Lewis Hamilton – but costly for others who became mired in traffic.
James Allen analyses the Brazilian Grand Prix, where the variation in the tyres offered by Pirelli served to spice up the action on many levels.
James Allen analyses the Mexican Grand Prix, where high altitude played havoc with Formula 1’s pecking order and Red Bull leapt ahead of both Mercedes and Ferrari. This was a race that kept the strategists on their toes throughout.
Mercedes' tyrewear struggles and an imperfect strategy has allowed its rival Ferrari to postpone Lewis Hamilton's coronation and breathe new life into the constructors' battle.
James Allen analyses the Japanese Grand Prix, where Ferrari once again threw away its chances with poor decision making, while Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes cruised to another simple victory. But the real action was in the midfield…
James Allen analyses the Russian Grand Prix, where Mercedes scored a 1-2 that infuriated many Formula 1 fans, but suited its purpose of inflicting yet more pain on Ferrari.
James Allen analyses the Singapore Grand Prix, which was a potentially decisive race weekend in the championship battle between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
James Allen analyses the Italian Grand Prix, one of the best races for years, with the right mix of super high speeds, close racing, emotion and strategy intrigue which kept the outcome in doubt until the final laps.
James Allen analyses the Belgian Grand Prix, where Ferrari inflicted a telling defeat on Mercedes as the world championship fight between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel intensified.
James Allen analyses the Hungarian Grand Prix, as rain – this time in qualifying – once again came to help Mercedes snatch victory away from Ferrari.
James Allen analyses the German Grand Prix, as a rain shower, a crash and pitstops under the safety car turned the Formula 1 World Championship fight on its head after an already-dramatic qualifying.
James Allen analyses the British Grand Prix, as Ferrari made all the right strategic decisions to deliver upon the promise of new car updates to beat Mercedes.
James Allen analyses the Austrian Grand Prix, as Red Bull took full advantage of a Virtual Safety Car, and Mercedes fluffed its strategic lines.
James Allen analyses the French Grand Prix, as multiple collisions in the opening corners threw carefully-planned strategies into chaos – as cool heads ruled the day.