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The month that can make or break an F1 season Prime

The month that can make or break an F1 season

The various pressure points of a Formula 1 season lie ahead for the teams, but few match the stresses of February - which can make or break the year ahead

How a new F1 design can go wrong Prime

How a new F1 design can go wrong

Formula 1 teams are currently preparing to launch their 'new' cars for the 2019 season, but different squads will have different definitions of how new their latest designs really are. Deciding how much or how little to carry over is a massive challenge, and the wrong call could doom a team's season

Why McLaren now has what it ‘badly needed’ Prime

Why McLaren now has what it ‘badly needed’

Will Andreas Seidl's arrival help reverse McLaren's fortunes? And will DRS changes for 2019 create better racing or just make overtaking more artificial? Our resident F1 tech expert answers these questions and more

Why Binotto is too good to be Ferrari team boss Prime

Why Binotto is too good to be Ferrari team boss

Mattia Binotto has been outstanding in a technical leadership role at Ferrari, but the team is mad to think he will automatically replicate that success in the top job given all the challenges surrounding that role at Maranello.

Why F1 changes give the midfield hope Prime

Why F1 changes give the midfield hope

Will the 2019 rule tweaks vault some new names to the front of the Formula 1 field? That's what the midfield is dreaming of. Our technical expert offers insight into that mindset, and precisely what an F1 team is doing right now with testing a month away

What to expect from F1's changes in 2019 Prime

What to expect from F1's changes in 2019

Will Formula 1 have close races in 2019? Which teams are likely to handle the regulation changes best? Will Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton win again? F1 technical guru Gary Anderson tackles those subjects and more.

Should Mercedes just drop Bottas for Ocon now? Prime

Should Mercedes just drop Bottas for Ocon now?

Is there any point in Mercedes continuing with Valtteri Bottas, and could any top driver do what Lewis Hamilton did with the W09 this season? Our expert answers these readers' questions and more.

How F1 teams really performed in 2018 Prime

How F1 teams really performed in 2018

Our technical expert rates the 10 Formula 1 teams using his performance index, and compares the progress - or otherwise - compared to last season.

Why F1's 2019 changes will look good but achieve little Prime

Why F1's 2019 changes will look good but achieve little

Hopes have gradually increased in recent weeks that F1's 2019 rule changes will make a significant difference to the quality of racing, but it would be naive to expect the first wave of tweaks ahead of 2021's bigger overhaul to have much of an effect.

Has Adrian Newey lost his touch? Prime

Has Adrian Newey lost his touch?

Has Adrian Newey lost his magic at Red Bull? Did Ferrari lose or did Mercedes win in 2018? Should Formula 1 learn from road car developments? Our resident ex-F1 designer tackles those subjects and more.

Ocon must learn respect or he'll squander his career

Esteban Ocon's clash with Max Verstappen in the Brazilian Grand Prix can't be taken in isolation. It's part of a pattern of incidents in his Formula 1 career that hints at a worrying trait.

How much did controversial wheels help Mercedes? Prime

How much did controversial wheels help Mercedes?

Mercedes hasn't run its innovative but controversial wheel rim spacers for the past two races. Is that why it has struggled, and what benefit did it get from the design before that? Our expert ex-F1 designer answers this question and more.

Why the Renault engine was so strong in Mexico

Red Bull utterly dominated last weekend's Mexican Grand Prix and the team - and Max Verstappen - also won in Mexico City last season. Our technical expert explains the reasons behind Red Bull's big jump.

Why Ferrari's turnaround is difficult to explain

Ferrari returned to form in the United States, with a performance swing from Suzuka to Austin that raised a few eyebrows when compared to how most teams matched up across the two most recent events.

Has Ferrari faltered or Mercedes thrived? Prime

Has Ferrari faltered or Mercedes thrived?

Has Ferrari gone off the boil or has Mercedes scaled new heights? What effect does harvesting have? Should F1 use success ballast? Our technical expert answers these questions and more.

Why it's time for F1 to ditch qualifying Prime

Why it's time for F1 to ditch qualifying

Formula 1 has suggested making another change to its qualifying format in a bid to improve the weekend spectacle. But our technical expert argues that this doesn't go far enough, and proposes a radical change to the event format.

What's the real reason for Ferrari's slump? Prime

What's the real reason for Ferrari's slump?

Ferrari seems to have cracked under pressure and is losing a championship it seemed on course to win. Is that because of mistakes, Mercedes improving, or some deeper malaise behind the scenes?

Does Leclerc deal mean Ferrari is losing faith in Vettel? Prime

Does Leclerc deal mean Ferrari is losing faith in Vettel?

Could the Ferrari scenario end up like Vettel's final year at Red Bull? Could one single personnel change make a team like Sauber a podium contender? What's the deal with Ferrari's camera device? Our technical expert answers these questions and more.

Don't let loopholes ruin the 2021 F1 ambition Prime

Don't let loopholes ruin the 2021 F1 ambition

Formula 1 has presented a bold vision for its 2021 revamp. Now it needs to prevent the teams from spoiling that, and make sure it does its research and preparation properly.

Why Raikkonen move could backfire on Sauber Prime

Why Raikkonen move could backfire on Sauber

Our technical consultant gives his expert view on the Ferrari/Sauber Kimi Raikkonen/Charles Leclerc driver swap as he answers your questions on a wide range of Formula 1 topics.

Why Vettel's title campaign is unravelling Prime

Why Vettel's title campaign is unravelling

Lewis Hamilton's Italian Grand Prix win was payback for Ferrari winning at Silverstone. But although Mercedes' victory was perfectly executed, the race will be remembered for yet another mistake by Sebastian Vettel.

A warning to Force India's new owners Prime

A warning to Force India's new owners

The team once known as Jordan has another new set of owners, and ambitions are high. But our ex-F1 designer, who still knows a lot of the people at his old team, believes the new bosses should be careful in their pursuit of any short-term gains.

Alonso’s F1 exit shows McLaren crisis is not ending Prime

Alonso’s F1 exit shows McLaren crisis is not ending

Fernando Alonso has finally confirmed what some observers felt was coming and will not race in F1 in 2019. Our technical expert explains why this is not surprising and how it again highlights McLaren's recent failings.

Ranking the F1 teams at the summer break Prime

Ranking the F1 teams at the summer break

We're past the halfway point of the 2018 Formula 1 season and things are finely poised in the championship as the teams enjoy the summer break. Our technical expert assesses the current pecking order.