F1’s response to the Spanish Grand Prix has been knee-jerk and risks tainting the battle for championships.
Jenson Button is unhappy his team radio discussions were broadcast on television – which goes to show we need more of them.
In professional sport the viewing public expect the competitors to be the best in their discipline. That this doesn’t happen in F1 shows something is wrong.
Fernando Alonso may not consider himself ?óÔé¼?ôpolitical?óÔé¼?Ø, but that doesn?óÔé¼Ôäót stop him from toeing the Ferrari party line on testing.
Luca di Montezemolo says he doesn’t want two number one drivers at Ferrari. Here’s why he should reconsider.
Schumacher’s decision to return to retirement is a sensible one, even though he has shown marked improvement in the third year of his comeback.
The FIA appears to have finally woken up to the necessity of preventing drivers overtaking rivals by going off the track.
Bin those rose-tinted glasses: Ten years ago we had a one-sided championship, dreary races and a shrinking grid. Here’s how F1 has improved since then.
Hamilton paid too high a price for yet another blunder by McLaren in the pits during qualifying in Spain.
F1 should fix its flawed tyre rules instead of making knee-jerk changes to Pirelli’s tyres – which are giving us great races.
F1 gave the Bahrain regime a propaganda victory from the moment they arrived until they left the circuit, passing banners bearing the legend “UniF1ed – we did it!”
The protesters of Bahrain have taken a stand against a cruel regime. You can either stand with them, or with those seeking to make money from their misery.
Williams should split Valtteri Bottas’s practice time between Bruno Senna and Pastor Maldonado’s cars.
F1 is playing a dangerous game of brinkmanship to keep on cashing cheques from Bahrain.
The point of Wednesday’s FOTA Fans Forum is for fans to demonstrate what they want from the sport to those who can influence it.
The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez last held an F1 race 20 years ago – and would be the perfect venue for a return.
The first F1 car of 2012 appeared yesterday and it’s not a looker. Will all of this year’s cars share the awkward looks of the Caterham?
The news that Bruno Senna will drive for Williams this year appears to spell the end for the career of the most experienced F1 driver of all time.
Ferrari and Red Bull have handed Bernie Ecclestone an early Christmas present.
Are too few talented young drivers are getting to drive in F1?