What’s behind Daniel Ricciardo moving to Renault F1 in 2019?

In a shocking move that’s kick started the driver market for 2019, Daniel Ricciardo has signed for Renault for 2019 – Autosport looks at the consequences of this surprise announcement. The Australian’s departure from Red Bull was confirmed by his current employer on Friday afternoon, as it emerged that Ricciardo had signed terms with Renault. […]

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.

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

Honda commit to Red Bull and Ash Sutton to drive Infiniti | On Track Recap News

Honda will stay in F1 until at least 2021, and Toyota reveal an all new lineup for the WRC in 2020 On Track Recap gets you up to speed with the top motorsport news from Autosport.com. The full stories are linked in the comments below 👇 – 🤝 Honda commits to Formula 1 for at […]

Ranking the teams after F1 testing

Formula 1 pre-season testing is over, with eight days at Barcelona in the books and very little time for the teams to put to use what they’ve learned in the last couple of weeks. So how do they all stack up? Ben Anderson is joined by Scott Mitchell and Edd Straw to run through the […]

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 […]

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.