Formula 1 Ferrari beats target with first 2018 engine spec Ferrari is understood to have made a 10bhp gain with its 2018 Formula 1 engine, despite the increased reliability demands needed for this season
Autosport Plus Rosberg's 2018 prediction F1 won't want to hear Can anyone stop Lewis Hamilton winning the 2018 Formula 1 championship? JAMES ROBERTS asked 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg the big question and he didn't hold back...
Formula 1 Red Bull sets 0.5s target for Australian GP Red Bull believes a 0.5-second deficit to favourite Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix will be enough for it to be in the hunt in the 2018 Formula 1 season
Formula 1 Mercedes: 'Party mode' more powerful for 2018 Mercedes has warned its Formula 1 rivals it plans to have its most powerful "party" mode qualifying setting yet in 2018, despite the need for engines to last longer
Formula 1 Australian GP track gets third DRS zone The FIA has added a third DRS zone to the Australian Grand Prix circuit in an effort to boost overtaking in Sunday's opening race of the 2018 Formula 1 season
Autosport Plus Why ageing Hamilton needs to dig deeper than ever Lewis Hamilton will undoubtedly go down as the standout driver in Formula 1's current era, but, with rising stars plus resurgent rivals nipping at his heels, how long can he remain at the top of the tree?
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F1 RacingRosberg's 2018 prediction F1 won't want to hear Can anyone stop Lewis Hamilton winning the 2018 Formula 1 championship? JAMES ROBERTS asked 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg the big question and he didn't hold back... F1
Edd StrawWhy ageing Hamilton needs to dig deeper than ever Lewis Hamilton will undoubtedly go down as the standout driver in Formula 1's current era, but, with rising stars plus resurgent rivals nipping at his heels, how long can he remain at the top of the tree? F1
F1 RacingAlonso: Why I didn't walk away from F1 It's the hope that kills you: the fervent wish that somehow, maybe, Fernando Alonso will be racing at the front of F1 again, where he so obviously belongs. Well, true believers, with a Renault motor in the back of his McLaren this year, there are reasons to be optimistic, as he tells ANTHONY ROWLINSON in this exclusive interview F1
Gary AndersonWhy F1 teams' nerves are at an all-time high Testing presents Formula 1 teams the chance to refine any issues, but it's not until the season starts in Melbourne that a real challenge is on the table. The days leading up to the Australian Grand Prix can be anxious ones for those behind car designs F1
F1 RacingBehind the scenes of Mercedes' 2018 F1 launch An F1 launch is when teams finally go public with the fruits of their previous months' labours. But rarely do they allow sight of their inner workings in the final pre-launch hours. ANTHONY ROWLINSON got a glimpse with Mercedes F1
Jonathan NobleThe secret 2021 engine targets F1 is working on F1's future engine rules are going to dominate the political landscape in the first part of this year. Seven targets have been laid out by those making the decisions to make sure the second attempt at modern power units is not a flop F1
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