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Wednesday 25th November 2015


F1 Opinion

Lee McKenzie podcast

An hour of Lee’s unique insight into the F1 paddock and what’s really going on at the moment.

Most recent

F1′s aerodynamic Catch 22

OK, so it looks like we are not going to get the mooted twin turbos or turbo V8s – but …

Ferrari’s firings

The latest batch of Ferrari firings and why the Italian outfit could learn from Williams

Farewell to Marussia

What the low key team brought to the paddock has been about more than results

Audi to enter F1?

Why last week’s rumour is nothing more than speculation… and why it might contain a grain of truth

Mansell vs Hamilton

Comparing two of Britain’s greatest and most divisive world champions

Radio interference

Why F1′s radio restrictions are a good thing – and how the teams could work around it…

F1 faces challenges

Booing at Spa, mistakes at
Monza and a change of
management at Ferrari

In praise of Derek Warwick

Why the 1992 Le Mans winner deserves recognition

F1 – beware of the dog

How teams are streamlining their operations to avoid spending the season with a dog of a car

F1 – it’s not so complicated

Why people in Formula 1 should stop creating problems when the existing ones are easy to fix

Why F1 needs Monza

Without the classic Italian circuit, F1 risks losing its beating heart

Formula Fun

How to bring the entertainment back into Formula 1 – and how not to go about it

Formula Student podcast

Are F1′s new rules working?

F1: a tough ride

Lack of finance, broken cars and hidden messages

Reflections on Montreal

From trepidation to pleasant surprise

What next for Button?

Will Button get another McLaren deal? Or will the team start looking elsewhere?

Surtees on the Monaco GP

The only man ever to win world championships on two wheels and four comments on the Rosberg and Hamilton situation.

The Hamilton/Rosberg rivalry

Great friends to great rivals. What does Lee McKenzie think of the Mercedes drivers?

Motor Sport on F1 Opinion

While our late founder editor Bill Boddy was  working at the Royal Aircraft Establishment he met Denis Jenkinson, and, impressed by his knowledge and no-nonsense attitude, asked him to write for Motor Sport. It proved a memorable partnership. Jenks became our continental correspondent, roaming Europe all summer, visiting race teams in between Grands Prix and sending back lively, incisive reports which became the definitive analysis of the sport. Our editor-in-chief Nigel Roebuck continues to provide that same incisive opinion on Formula 1 today.