Formula 1 could have its first races without qualifying sessions next year, unless teams decide to protect a tradition which is as old as the sport.
Either Charles Leclerc’s move on Lewis Hamilton at Monza was legal or it wasn’t. All the black-and-white flag did was confuse the situation.
F1 enjoyed four great races before the summer break. But that doesn’t prove the sport can thrive without its planned rules overhaul in 2021.
Bring back refuelling? It won’t enliven the races or make the cars that much lighter. To do that, F1 must be prepared to think much more radically.
A thrilling F1 race on Sunday was followed by an interminable three-hour wait to learn who had won it. The stewards can take decisions more quickly than this – so why don’t they?
Charles Leclerc should be third in the championship, taking the fight to the Mercedes drivers. He isn’t because Ferrari chose to favour his team mate in every race this year.
F1 is considering a new rule to offer a point for fastest lap in 2019. But a look at last year’s races show it is unlikely to create more exciting action.
A car delivered five days late. A score of internal deadlines missed. And no one taking responsibility. Williams have some tough decisions to make.
The conspiracy theories about Esteban Ocon’s collision with Max Verstappen are far wide of the mark. But his motives are easy to read.
The FIA failed to put a check on Max Verstappen’s worsening behaviour with their gutless response to his altercation with Esteban Ocon in Brazil.
Fernando Alonso’s criticism of Honda’s F1 engines may have thwarted an attempt to land an IndyCar drive – and could lead him elsewhere in 2019.
Jacques Villeneuve is as well-known for his headline-grabbing opinion as his F1 successes. But that doesn’t mean he’s always wrong.
Why do few women racing drivers reach F1? Should they have a separate championship? British F3 racer Jamie Chadwick gives her opinion.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix was a worrying escalation of Sebastian Vettel’s recent hot-headedness. It’s time he got his temper under control.
Liberty Media have got a lot of things right in their first 100 days in charge of F1, but the biggest change for the better wasn’t down to them.
Red Bull threatening to quit Formula One is a headline you may have read before. It’s not hard to guess what they might be trying to deflect attention from.
Fernando Alonso entering the Monaco Grand Prix is good news for him, even better for IndyCar – and it’s definitely not bad news for Formula One.
Formula One’s weird and wonderful cars should be celebrated for their differences, not categorised as “ugly” or “beautiful”.
“He certainly doesn’t like other people making money out of Formula One,” said Ross Brawn of Bernie Ecclestone. Truer words were never spoken.
Liberty Media thinks a budget cap can solve F1’s income inequality. But a financial doping scandal is a much more likely outcome.