The Reasons Why Sebastian Vettel is Struggling at Ferrari

Sebastian Vettel finished the 2020 Portuguese GP in 10th place, 6 spots behind his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc. Jon Noble, Motorsport.com F1 Editor, takes a closer look at the causes for Vettel’s recent struggles. 0:00 intro 0:23 Portuguese plight 1:47 Qualifying grip 2:51 Money matters 3:47 Driving styles 4:51 Leclerc’s opinion FOLLOW us online: Website: […]

Singapore Grand Prix Autosport F1 podcast

Autosport reviews the 2016 Singapore Grand Prix, discussing Daniel Ricciardo’s chase of Nico Rosberg for the win, Lewis Hamilton’s struggles and his fight with Kimi Raikkonen for the podium, plus much more. Also available on iTunes and https://soundcloud.com/autosport-podcast/ Thumbnail image ©LAT Photographic

Gilles Villeneuve – a star too bright for the F1 galaxy

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Gilles Villeneuve’s F1 debut in the British Grand Prix with McLaren, Peter Winsdor revisits the defining moments of the Canadian’s career, and explains what set him apart from his fellow drivers before he was taken away in his prime. For more visit https://motorsport.tv/program/the-flying-lap/25 and http://www.autosport.com/video/

F1 car World Cup – semi-final draw

Autosport reviews the group stage results for its F1 car World Cup on social media, and completes the draw for the semi-final stage. Keep an eye on https://twitter.com/autosport to vote for your favourite!

ChainBear Explains: Qualifying in Hungary – Strategies for a wet qualifying session

Q1 and Q2 in Hungary saw unpredictable, changing conditions. How do teams plot to make sure they’re on the track at exactly the right moment to lock in a fastest possible lap? ChainBear explains how Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari’s gamble paid off, whilst Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull lost out.

Should Mercedes’ good fortune worry Ferrari?

Going into the summer break, Mercedes’ recent turn of good form has capitalised on Ferrari’s blunders. Autosport’s editors look at what is going right and wrong for them, and how Vettel and Hamilton’s team mates will play a pivotal role in the second half of the season. For more insight and analysis subscribe to Autosport […]

Alonso to Red Bull: Why did it never happen?

Following the confusion created by Fernando Alonso and Christian Horner’s disagreement on how many times Red Bull tried to sign the Spaniard during his time in Formula 1, Glenn Freeman is joined by Scott Mitchell and Ben Anderson to pick their way through the mess to work out who is telling the truth, and why […]

Why Schumacher’s records are now in reach for Hamilton

Following Lewis Hamilton’s sealing of his fifth world championship in the Mexican Grand Prix, the Autosport team assesses the claims of his old rival Nico Rosberg that he can now realistically target beating Michael Schumacher’s records of seven world titles and 91 grand prix wins

11 F1 races the wrong man won

Glenn Freeman takes us through the Formula 1 races where the wrong man won, including many famous names. What are your picks? Did we miss anything?

Where’s Ferrari’s pace gone?

With Ferrari gradually falling behind Mercedes’ pace, Ben Anderson and Stuart Codling analyse the aerodynamic changes made to try and close the gap in Russia, and ask whether the updates will be more effective in Japan this weekend. Our 3D animation gives an front-to-back overview of the areas Ferrari is rolling the dice on to […]

McLaren’s endplate switch

Stuart Codling and Ben Anderson run through the tweaks McLaren made to their rear wings at Suzuka last weekend, in our exclusive 3D animation.

Smedley to leave Williams – what next for F1’s struggling team

ollowing the news that Rob Smedley will leave the Williams F1 team at the end of the 2018 season, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to discuss his impact at the team since arriving in 2014, and they evaluate Williams’s prospects after a forgettable 2018 campaign
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