Why Haas's shocking 2019 should have F1 worriedHaas headed into the 2019 Formula 1 season after showing promising form in winter testing. But what followed was a tough campaign, blighted by car-handling issues. Here's why that development is not good for F1's future1577750400F1
The real step that ended McLaren's F1 nightmareMcLaren's recent history in Formula 1 has been disastrous. But in 2019, it finally showed significant signs of recovery - a major step towards getting the team back to the front of the grand prix racing grid1577404800F1
How Ricciardo helped Renault rediscover its swaggerDaniel Ricciardo is McLaren-bound next season, but leaving a Renault team which is undergoing a resurgence on and off the track. He and team principal Cyril Abiteboul tell STUART CODLING and BEN ANDERSON what's been happening behind the scenes1603756800F1
The great unheralded Imola F1 drivesThe return of Imola to the Formula 1 calendar for this weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix provides an opportunity to assess some of its less-remembered but still noteworthy drives. Autosport highlights those which have been forgotten by history1603756800F1
What the first look at 2021's F1 aero rules tells usAs well as learning a new circuit to Formula 1, several teams used their Portuguese GP practice running to try out new aero concepts ahead of rule changes for next year - providing an interesting first insight into what 2021 F1 cars will look like1603670400F1
The pre-race call that gave Hamilton the edge at PortimaoLewis Hamilton seized Formula 1's all-time win record with victory in a tricky Portuguese Grand Prix for Mercedes. He went wheel-to-wheel with Valtteri Bottas and won out, but a pre-qualifying decision was key to gaining a decisive advantage1603670400F1
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