Honda’s latest key achievement with its F1 engine

Honda hasn’t won a race yet with Red Bull in Formula 1 this year, but the competitiveness of Max Verstappen shows it is in the ballpark in 2019. But performance isn’t everything in F1, and Honda in particular has been plagued by unreliability since coming back with McLaren in 2015. Six races into the season, […]

How things are unravelling for Vettel in F1

Sebastian Vettel’s British Grand Prix weekend was already going badly before he rear-ended Max Verstappen in the race, and that incident was the latest in the growing list of high-profile errors the German has made in battle. Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to discuss the collision, but also dig deeper into Vettel’s […]

Red Bull and McLaren reveal aggressive F1 upgrades at Spanish GP

More new parts emerged in the Formula 1 pitlane at the Spanish Grand Prix on Friday, with big updates from Red Bull and McLaren catching the eye. Edd Straw is joined in the Barcelona paddock by Giorgio Piola to talk about the changes both teams have made, plus what it says about how their fortunes […]

The tiny tech change that transformed Red Bull's F1 season

Red Bull’s 2019 Formula 1 season has come alive in recent races, with Max Verstappen winning two of the last four grands prix and becoming a regular thorn in the side of Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton. But how did Red Bull make this step? Jake Boxall-Legge and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to explain the […]

Max Verstappen – Rookie of the Year – Autosport Awards 2015

Toro Rosso’s teenage Formula 1 sensation Max Verstappen secured the Rookie of the Year title at the 2015 Autosport Awards in association with Mercedes-Benz.

Why the Stewards got the big calls right at Monza

The Autosport team evaluates the decisions made by the stewards for the two high-profile incidents at the Italian Grand Prix, explaining why they were right to issue no action for Lewis Hamilton’s and Sebastian Vettel’s collision on the opening lap, and why Max Verstappen deserved the penalty that upset him so much after his contact […]

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 […]

Formula 1 – Will Coronavirus wreak havoc on Australian Grand Prix?

After watching Red Bull’s ‘Cooler Runnings’ event, Alex Kalinauckas, Jon Noble and Andrew van Leeuwen discuss the media event, the Australian GP and how the Coronavirus is affecting the race weekend. 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!

Why Red Bull wants Renault's previous engine spec

The Autosport team discusses the prospect of Red Bull taking grid penalties at the Russian Grand Prix to give it access to a fresh Renault engine – but using the previous specification, rather than the latest Spec C it has been racing with. Edd Straw and Stuart Codling join Glenn Freeman to explain the reasons […]