'Ferrari's F1 driver rivalry risks spiralling out of control'

Tension was high inside Ferrari at the Russian Grand Prix, where it got itself into a team orders mess as Sebastian Vettel failed to follow an instruction to let Charles Leclerc through early in the race. Ben Anderson and Stuart Codling join Glenn Freeman to discuss if Vettel had a case for his actions, how […]

Renault reveals what's been holding it back in 2019

Renault has revealed several details behind its struggles in the early part of the 2019 Formula 1 season, explaining why its engine has been running below full power and why it hopes to turn around the performance of its chassis in time for its home race in France. Edd Straw and Jonathan Noble discuss what’s […]

10 Circuits We'd Like To See Back In F1

Throughout Formula 1’s history, circuits have come and gone – and naturally, there are some that we dearly miss. Technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge has picked 10 circuits he’d like to see back on the F1 calendar, and delves into their past to pick out why they were so exciting. Please feel free to disagree with […]

Netflix Or Esports: What Is Better For Formula 1? | "Is It Just Me?" Podcast

In the pilot episode of our new weekly podcast show, Jess and Luke discuss the impact of both Esports and the Drive to Survive Netflix series on Formula 1, and weigh up which will help bring more fans to the sport. Across this series, we’ll be taking a deep dive into some of F1 and […]

Billy Monger – Autosport Awards 2017

The inspirational Billy Monger talks about his plans for next year. To watch the full 2017 Autosport Awards, head to https://motorsport.tv/channel/autosport/video/autosport-awards-2017/1388

Stoffel Vandoorne stalls the Honda NSX-GT

Jenson Button had some friendly advice for Stoffel Vandoorne as he looked to tackle the Honda NSX-GT at the Honda Thanks Day at Motegi

The 7 Strangest F1 Sponsors

Sponsorship has been a major part of F1 since the spring of 1968, when F1 teams were given the right to display sponsor logos on their liveries. Since then we’ve seen many weird and wonderful liveries and sponsorships throughout the decades, so Autosport’s Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge takes a trip down memory lane to look […]

Will More Race Series Have To Merge?

Will the current worldwide crisis force some race series to merge? Could we be looking at a future of fewer than 10 racing series across the world? We spoke to FIA Formula E boss, Alejandro Agag to get his insight as part of our #ThinkingForward leadership series. FOLLOW us online: Website: https://www.autosport.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AUTOSPORT Twitter: […]

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: https://www.autosport.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AUTOSPORT Twitter: https://twitter.com/autosport Instagram: http://instagram.com/autosport Thanks for watching – please like, share and comment, and subscribe!

Ferrari Engine Controversy: How Ferrari blocked the FIA from revealing details

President of the FIA, Jean Todt, gives the FIA’s take on THAT Ferrari engine scandal and why the details of the sanction have not been revealed FOLLOW us online: Website: https://www.autosport.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AUTOSPORT Twitter: https://twitter.com/autosport Instagram: http://instagram.com/autosport Thanks for watching – please like, share and comment, and subscribe!

Jim Clark's Top 10 Greatest Drives

52 years ago on the 7th of April 1968, F1 lost it’s benchmark driver Jim Clark. To celebrate his sporting achievements, we’ve taken a look through his races and picked out his top 10 drives, along with some help from the man himself. FOLLOW us online: Website: https://www.autosport.com/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AUTOSPORT Twitter: https://twitter.com/autosport Instagram: http://instagram.com/autosport Thanks […]

Ferrari is back, but not as dominant as it looks

Ferrari took control on the opening day of running at Formula 1’s Bahrain Grand Prix, as its bid to banish the memories of its Melbourne disaster kicked off. Edd Straw and Ben Anderson discuss the true picture behind the headline times from free practice, including why Ferrari was so far ahead of Mercedes, and why […]