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Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Austin pitlane at the US GP, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
Although IndyCar’s 2018 spec Dallara aerokit came in for huge praise at most tracks, there were complaints that superspeedway racing had suffered. How big an issue was it and what are the solutions? David Malsher reports.
The newly-launched single-gender W Series is being billed as the radical action needed to fast-track women towards Formula 1. But the flawed situation that makes such a championship necessary is going to limit what it can achieve.
Sauber’s development rate this season has transforming the team from a backmarker into a midfield challenger.
Mercedes protege George Russell has secured a Williams Formula 1 drive for the 2019 season. Edd Straw is joined by Autosport F1 reporter Scott Mitchell and Autosport editor Kevin Turner to discuss Russell's rise and what the implications are for Esteban Ocon, missing out on another seat for 2019.
Fernando Alonso laid into Formula 1'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.
With Craig Lowndes retiring at the end of this season, Steve Richards will need a new endurance partner for 2019. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the now five-time Bathurst 1000 winner needs to leave Triple Eight.
Mercedes and Ferrari have recently taken inspiration from McLaren in their slotted rear wing designs for high-downforce tracks. But at Sochi and Suzuka, McLaren ran with a new, simpler endplate. Take a look at the reasoning behind these concepts with our 3D video animation.
James Allen analyses the Japanese Grand Prix, where Ferrari once again threw away its chances with poor decision making, while Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes cruised to another simple victory. But the real action was in the midfield…
The recent financial filings for UK-based Formula 1 teams revealed that Mercedes spent a staggering £310m to win the 2017 world championships. But the true cost to the team's parent company is much lower and there is a similar case at Red Bull.
While Ferrari’s title hopes may have been derailed by strategy and operational failures, on the technical front the team continues to push hard in its bid to close down Mercedes.
Motorsport Network's Julia Piquet talks to F1 editor Jonathan Noble about Sebastian Vettel's title hopes, where Ferrari went wrong, and who was to blame in the Vettel/Max Verstappen clash.
Formula E teams expect the new Michelin tyre the championship will use for its 2018/19 season to create a key new strategic factor in races.
It seems Yamaha MotoGP pair Valentino Rossi and Maverick Vinales don’t trust the improvement shown by the beleaguered team in Thailand, as their M1 bike is exactly the same as it was before.
There's no question Mercedes now has the fastest car in Formula 1 again, and Lewis Hamilton is also in arguably his greatest form yet. But a run of unfathomably poor decisions by Ferrari at Suzuka made the title battle outcome even more obvious.