How Ferrari failed to realise it would cost Leclerc victory

Charles Leclerc missed out on a third consecutive Formula 1 victory when Ferrari’s strategy resulted in Sebastian Vettel getting ahead of him in the Singapore Grand Prix. Once Ferrari explained how it happened to Leclerc he said he understood – so what was the explanation, and is it really feasible that the team wouldn’t have […]

How Ferrari failed to realise it would cost Leclerc victory

Charles Leclerc missed out on a third consecutive Formula 1 victory when Ferrari’s strategy resulted in Sebastian Vettel getting ahead of him in the Singapore Grand Prix. Once Ferrari explained how it happened to Leclerc he said he understood – so what was the explanation, and is it really feasible that the team wouldn’t have […]

The impact of Leclerc’s win on Ferrari and Vettel

After 13 races of the 2019 Formula 1 season, and multiple missed opportunities along the way, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari have their first win. Tom Errington is joined by Edd Straw and Ben Anderson to discuss how important Ferrari’s breakthrough is and how Leclerc’s victory affects the balance between the driver and team-mate Sebastian Vettel.

Martin Brundle’s verdict on Ferrari’s changes at the top

Ex-F1 driver and current Sky TV commentator Martin Brundle gives his thoughts on Ferrari changing its team principal for 2019, replacing Maurizio Arrivabene with Mattia Binotto

Why Mercedes now sees Honda as a threat

Red Bull’s switch to Honda engines for 2019 was considered a gamble, but the new partnership got off to a great start with Max Verstappen splitting the Ferraris in qualifying and then finishing on the podium in the Australian Grand Prix. Red Bull’s pace prompted Mercedes boss Toto Wolff to declare it “will certainly become […]

Why Mercedes (and others) were asked to change their F1 front wing designs

Mercedes caught the eye with a new front wing design at the Chinese Grand Prix, but the FIA asked for it to be changed before it could hit the track. Our technical expert Jake Boxall-Legge joins Glenn Freeman to explain what Mercedes had to change, what its latest design is trying to achieve, and how […]

Giorgio Piola’s take on 2019 F1 season so far

One of the key differences between Mercedes and Ferrari so far in 2019 has been the two teams’ respective approaches to development. Legendary technical illustrator Giorgio Piola joins Glenn Freeman and Jake Boxall-Legge to discuss the two leading teams, the impact of their developments so far, and what’s next in the pipeline as the European […]

Mercedes’ F1 testing deficit returns in Bahrain

At just 21 years of age, Charles Leclerc has become the second youngest pole-sitter in F1 history, qualifying for the 2019 Bahrain GP with a lap time of 1:27.886 and beating teammate Sebastian Vettel’s 2018 lap record in the process. With a Ferrari 1-2, both Mercedes-AMG cars have been consigned to the second row of […]

First look at F1 teams’ updates for the Spanish GP

The Spanish Grand Prix is always the scene for big update packages from Formula 1 teams, and ahead of the track action starting on Friday, Edd Straw is joined by Giorgio Piola to take a look at the new parts that have appeared at Mercedes and Ferrari already. They also discuss what to expect from […]

How Ferrari is trying to ‘shortcut’ its F1 development plan

Ferrari has arrived at the Spanish GP with more car updates and an earlier than expected engine upgrade in a bid to turn the tide against Mercedes. While qualifying suggests it hasn’t been enough, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell explain the reasons behind Ferrari’s accelerated development programme and the timeline it had to follow to […]

How reality is setting in for Ricciardo at Renault

Daniel Ricciardo hasn’t had the smoothest of starts to life outside of Red Bull in the 2019 Formula 1 season, with his new Renault team showing little sign of breaking clear of the midfield as was expected. Ricciardo has retired from both races and has faced a tough challenge from teammate Nico Hulkenberg, while Renault […]

F1 testing: What we're looking forward to seeing at Barcelona

F1 testing 2019 is finally here, and there are several big storylines we’ll be tracking as the cars hit the track this week at Barcelona. Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to highlight the key topics they will be watching out for during the first four days of pre-season running this week.
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