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F1 tech race: How Ferrari now follows Mercedes’ lead of 2017

Ferrari arrived in Singapore with two victories under its belt in as many races and a spring in its step. However, those victories were recorded at tracks that suited its low-drag characteristics, so how did it then pull off a win at the street circuit?

Tech insight: How Ferrari is targeting gains to close the F1 gap

Although the Red Bull Ring flattered its shortcomings, Ferrari’s SF90 has clearly not delivered on its early pre-season promises, as the Scuderia’s approach to the new regulations has resulted in a car that has an array of weaknesses, all of which are difficult to overcome during the course of a campaign.

Tech verdict: Analysing the 2019 F1 design trends so far

The teams continue to wage a technical war on one another, as a slew of new parts arrived in Canada that they hoped would boost their respective performances. Here, we delve into those changes and see how more often than not they’re mimicking one another’s design direction.

Eight tech tweaks that boosted Mercedes in Australia

Mercedes arrived in Australia as the underdog for the first time in the hybrid era - but once again it scored a 1-2 finish. So what changed between pre-season testing and the first round?

The factors that hurt Ferrari in Australia

Ferrari's failure to follow through on its pre-season testing promise with victory in the season-opening Australian has left fans, and even the Italian team itself, searching for answers.

Latest F1 tech updates in post-Hungarian GP testing

Our photographers showcase the latest Formula 1 technical developments on show in Budapest in the post-Hungarian Grand Prix test session.

Is a blown wing trick helping Ferrari's speed advantage?

Quick through the corners and faster on the straights, Ferrari's SF71H certainly seems to be delivering performance beyond the level of what it rivals expected.

How Ferrari’s mirrors became a talking point

Formula 1 designers have long viewed rear view mirrors as a necessary inconvenience - because for all their safety benefit they are far from ideal in aerodynamic terms.

Latest F1 tech updates from Barcelona testing

After the Spanish Grand Prix, F1 stayed on for a couple of days of testing – our intrepid snappers reveal the technical aspects that were on show in the Barcelona pitlane.

Red Bull's Spanish GP upgrade explained

Red Bull introduced a major Formula 1 upgrade package during Spanish Grand Prix free practice, including revised sidepods, bargeboards and floor.

McLaren's striking Spanish GP upgrade in detail

McLaren introduced its major Formula 1 upgrade package in the first free practice session for the Spanish Grand Prix, with both Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne running its extravagant new nose.

Azerbaijan GP: Key F1 tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images uncover even more technical developments and details on show in the Baku pitlane.

Azerbaijan GP: Latest tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images uncover the latest technical details on show in the Baku pitlane.

Ferrari, Mercedes offer glimpse of unique Baku wings

Formula 1 heads to one its outlier circuits in Baku this weekend – with the demands of the super long straight and twisty city section throwing up a unique challenge.

How Red Bull turned its RB14 into a race winner

Before its stunning victory in the Chinese Grand Prix, Red Bull's disappointing start to the season had led to a quiet but relentless push to make its RB14 a winner.

Chinese GP: Latest tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images uncover the latest technical details on show in the Shanghai pitlane.

Chinese GP: Latest tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images uncover the latest technical details on show in the Shanghai pitlane.

Analysis: How Porsche turned its LMP1 into an F1-beater

This week, Porsche managed to shatter the Formula 1 lap record around Spa-Francorchamps with an upgraded version of its 919 Hybrid. How did it manage such a feat? Matt Somerfield takes a closer look.

How McLaren has followed Red Bull's Ferrari copy

For all of its talk about the start of a new era, McLaren's MCL33 arrived in Melbourne in an aerodynamic trim very much akin to its predecessor.

How Ferrari caught up with Mercedes in Bahrain

Ferrari arrived in Bahrain delighted with its victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix but knowing that it had plenty of work to do with its SF71H.

Bahrain GP: Latest tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images snap the latest technical happenings up and down the Sakhir pitlane.

Bahrain GP: Latest tech updates, direct from the garages

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images lift the lid on the technical happenings up and down the Sakhir pitlane.

How Mercedes is dealing with cooling headaches

Lewis Hamilton's warnings about his engine getting too hot during his pursuit of Sebastian Vettel at the Australian Grand Prix has highlighted how on the edge cooling requirements are in Formula 1.

Video: The aggressive changes Red Bull has made in 2018

Red Bull made a big push to be early with its 2018 challenger as it bid to hit the ground running with its new RB14.