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When a disappointing start to the 2019 season was followed by his overalls being consigned to a bin by mistake, it seemed luck really wasn't with Nyck de Vries. But a spell racing in a stablemate's borrowed kit proved to be a major turnaround.
Mercedes has produced a perfect Formula 1 season so far in terms of race wins and there have been several theories expounded to explain this. After the team dominated again in France, our technical consultant thinks he's spotted a new reason.
Lewis Hamilton ended up dominating the French GP, despite Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas appearing to have the measure of him early on. The race was anything but a classic, but its result offered three important lessons about this year's title fight
Thirty years ago an exciting young French talent not only swept to the Formula 3000 title but rocked F1 with Tyrrell too. Charles Bradley reminisces with Jean Alesi on 1989…
A year ago one particular ABB FIA Formula E manufacturer had a minor presence on the grid. Now, it's one of the championship's major players. Here's how this famous motorsport marque adapted to life its new surroundings
Eric Boullier had a miserable French Grand Prix with McLaren this time last year, but now he's back in the Formula 1 fold and heading up the second event at Paul Ricard. First on the agenda? A certain traffic nightmare...
While on paper Honda secured a 'dream team' line-up of champions by signing Jorge Lorenzo alongside Marc Marquez, the reality was it only went for Lorenzo as a last resort - in a far cry from Ducati's determined pursuit of him in 2016. In those circumstances, what chance of Lorenzo's awful current Honda form improving?
Sebastian Vettel remains one of Formula 1's best drivers, but he has looked increasingly streaky since Red Bull fell from power in 2014. Yet the Ferrari driver has all the ability, which he must rediscover if he is to ever win another world title
Track limits has become a regular rule to debate in recent years, from Formula 1 and the pinnacle of motorsport, down to National level racing. But does a strict approach actually make things less safe for some drivers?
It might have taken place virtually, but the Le Mans Esports Super Final was still just as thrilling - and just as much a test of mental strength and endurance - as the real-life race
After Sebastian Vettel made another mistake that led to his penalty in Canada, should Ferrari replace him? Should bargeboards be banned? What should be Formula 1's future engine technology? Our technical expert answers your questions
While the challenge to Toyota at the front may appear limp, there's still plenty of reasons to be glued to the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours. Our on-site experts bring you tyre wars, strategy gambles, rejuvenated giants and a nod to a better WEC future.
There was enough evidence in the aftermath of Sebastian Vettel's Montreal penalty to support both sides of the debate that has raged since the race. This is down to Formula 1's black and white rules - so would a more relaxed approach be better?
The decision to award Sebastian Vettel a five-second penalty in the Canadian Grand Prix caused an intense debate. But it has seriously exposed the inadequacies of Formula 1's complex sporting rules
The Montreal stewards' ruling didn't just cost Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari a victory, it cost Formula 1 credibility and potentially fans. Our ex-F1 technical director expert columnist cannot fathom it.
There's one rider on the 2019 MotoGP grid who has quietly been making a wave so far this season. He's not a standout rookie, but is well into his career and needed a turnaround in fortune not long ago. Now, there are comparisons with some of the best.
Ferrari ended Friday in Canada first and second, while Lewis Hamilton ended the day in the wall. But this isn't the first time in 2019 when Ferrari's looked good when it didn't count then floundered when it did…
Formula 1 is on the verge of revealing yet another rules overhaul - so why not pay attention to a series that is consistently delivering good racing and a wide spread of success rather than sticking with its current cycle of endless reinvention?