Fernando Alonso was furious about Jolyon Palmer’s “joke” of a penalty during the Italian Grand Prix. Was he right or wrong?
Hundreds of promising junior racing drivers are vying for a place among the sport’s elite. Which of this year’s top racers deserve a promotion to F1?
Sebastian Vettel courted controversy in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix by driving into Lewis Hamilton. Did the stewards make the right call on this extraordinary move?
F1 drivers complaining about “blue flags” on the radio has become a familiar feature of races. Do the rules on lapped traffic need to be changed?
McLaren’s third season with Honda’s power units has been the biggest disappointment so far. Has the time finally come for the two to go separate ways?
Does Fernando Alonso’s decision to miss the Monaco Grand Prix so he can race at the Indianapolis 500 reflect badly on Formula One?
Formula One has said it could tweak the Drag Reduction System after the first two races to make overtaking easier from now on. Should it?
Mandatory tyre changes have been part of the Formula One rules for ten years. But does that necessarily mean they’ve been a success?
Every car on the grid has as shark fin of some shape or size. Should teams be forced to get rid of the ‘ugly’ appendages?
In two weeks’ time we’ll already known the winner of the first race of 2017. Until then there are many questions to answer.
The covers are off and the first test is just hours away. So what’s your verdict on the field for the 2017 F1 season?
They are designed for F1 fans, but are slow ‘stadium sections’ really what fans want to buy tickets for when they go to a grand prix?
Only one team will start the 2017 F1 season with the same driver line-up they had this time 12 months ago. But who’s got the best?
With F1 seasons likely to get longer under Liberty, should a NASCAR-style playoff format be used to ensure the final race always decides the title?
Who was your Driver of the Year? It’s time to cast your vote and pick the driver who impressed you the most throughout 2016.
Mercedes could have the pick of almost every driver in the sport to replace Nico Rosberg. So who should they turn to?
Lewis Hamilton earned some criticism for holding up team mate Nico Rosberg in his bid to win the world championship. Were his tactics correct?
Does Nico Rosberg deserve the 2016 world championship? Is it just the points tally which matters? Have your say.
Max Verstappen has attracted criticism for defending his position by changing his line in the braking zone for corners. Should the FIA ban these moves?
With Felipe Massa stepping down and Jenson Button staying with McLaren, should Williams pick youth or experience to fill their empty seat for 2017?