With the watching world focused on goings-on at Maranello since the Italian Grand Prix, the time has come for attention to turn back to the on-track action. But in Singapore, even the racing will be taking place against a backdrop of chatter about what's to come in 2014.
Singapore is the first of a sequence of seven races over 10 weekends that represents a farewell tour for Kimi Raikkonen at Lotus and Felipe Massa at Ferrari.
With Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull seemingly unstoppable in their march to a fourth consecutive world championship double, it's inevitable that attention is starting to turn to the post-2.4-litre V8 era.
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Edd Straw is Editor-in-Chief of Autosport, overseeing both print and digital versions of the brand. Edd has worked for Autosport since joining as a junior reporter in 2002. He became Editor in November 2014, having previously worked as National Editor, News Editor and Grand Prix Editor.
Originally from Guernsey in the Channel Islands, he joined Autosport shortly after graduating from university. He went on to cover a wide range of categories from club motorsport to the World Touring Car Championship and Le Mans to Formula 3 before switching to F1 full-time at the 2008 French Grand Prix. He continues to cover a range of international events in his position as Editor-in-Chief.
In his spare time, he was formerly a club racer whose abilities did not match his enthusiasm in a variety of categories.