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
The forgotten F1 car that could have been championIn the early 1970s, the Lotus 72 was king - although its crown slipped once Tyrrell began to produce its own cars. But Brabham's BT33 also had its own designs on the Formula 1 throne, and got far closer than it was ever given credit for1590710400F1
Why F1 is vital to Aston Martin's rejuvenationRacing Point's planned rebirth as Aston Martin is still on, regardless of the ongoing chaos wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, as STUART CODLING explains, team owner Lawrence Stroll has taken advantage of plunging stock markets to drive a better deal - and Formula 1 is key to his plan...1590710400F1
The unavoidable pain forced by Formula 1's better futureF1's welcome confirmation of its 2021 rule package aimed at sustainability was juxtaposed by the announcement a day earlier that McLaren would be making massive layoffs as a result. But pain like this is unavoidable if F1 wishes to survive1590624000F1
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