Is Alonso right to be on the warpath?

Fernando Alonso laid into F1’s stewards after the Japanese Grand Prix, saying their decision to penalise him shows ‘how bad Formula 1 is’. Andrew van de Burgt and Stuart Codling join Ben Anderson to assess the validity of that claim and analyse the other major incidents that happened at Suzuka.

Nick Heidfeld on Formula E Technology, Circuits and More

Driving a Formula E car is no easy task, so in this new episode of Mahindra Blueprints, we talk to Mahindra Reserve and Development Driver Nick Heidfeld on his thoughts on racing technology, street circuits, energy management and much much more. Many thanks to Mahindra Racing for sponsoring this content series. #MahindraBlueprints FOLLOW us online: […]

How F1 can avoid a repeat of the Vettel Canada controversy

As the debate over Sebastian Vettel’s Canadian GP penalty continues, we switch focus from the incident itself to what F1 could do to avoid similar situations occurring in the future. Edd Straw, Jonathan Noble and Scott Mitchell discuss the alternatives that could be available to F1’s decision makers, the viability of making any changes, and […]

How Ferrari got its ‘overwhelming’ Canadian GP evidence so wrong

Ferrari’s attempt to get a formal review of the decision that cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Canadian Grand Prix failed in France on Friday, with the new evidence provided by the team considered not relevant by the FIA stewards. Speaking from the paddock at Paul Ricard, Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell take a close […]

What Is The Future Of F1?

FIA President, Jean Todt, speaks for the first time about the effects of the COVID-19 crisis and the new reality Motorsport is facing. Can we prevent manufacturers from quitting F1? Watch for more. FOLLOW us online: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Thanks for watching – please like, share and comment, and subscribe!

Were Ferrari cheating? Why the FIA statement and deal has F1 teams in uproar

Seven Formula 1 teams are threatening legal action against the FIA in the wake of a controversial private agreement between the governing body and Ferrari over the legality of the Italian team’s 2019 engine. Here Autosport looks at the background to F1’s biggest row for years. Related Articles: How the FIA was able to settle […]