Plus Lewis Hamilton the floor-sweeper, Steve Matchett on the 2007 Ferrari, and much more from the top F1 stories and features of the past week.
Dark cloud over F1 – Okay, so it adds nothing to Mark Hughes’ piece in Autosport on the same subject a few weeks ago, but still there’s no way we want stability control systems anywhere near Formula 1.
“Kimi, you’re a wanker” – Raikkonen’s refusal to sign autographs in Melbourne did not go down well with the locals.
Alonso: I won’t miss Schumacher – The reigning champion was unequivocal about the absence of his old sparring partner at the start of the new season.
Ferrari – the more things change… – Ex-Benetton engineer Steve Matchett on the technology behind the F2007.
Lewis Hamilton swept my floor – Stunt man Terry Grant on the McLaren star.
We take on an F1 star… and lose – 4car squares up against Anthony Davidson on the PS3 F1 game.
Parkes takes flag as best British debutant in F1 – The story of British racer Mike Parkes who finished second on his F1 debut in 1966.
Schumi absence cost F1 millions – German TV figures for the Australian Grand Prix were down 36.8% (820,000 viewers).
Kimi not number one – Todt – But at what point will the Finn get so far ahead of Massa it’s inevitable?
Government gives SIC mandate to ensure Malaysia remain on the F1 calendar – Despite lots of problems with race day attendance (see earlier F1 in the news for more) the Malaysian government is happy to help keep a Grand Prix at Sepang.