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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB19, Lando Norris, McLaren MCL60 and the rest of the field as Kevin Magnussen, Haas VF-23, Alex Albon, Williams FW45, crash
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Karun Chandhok's 10 big F1 questions of 2024

It’s time for our annual look at the Formula 1 season to come with Sky pundit and ex-F1 driver Karun Chandhok. Here are the big themes heading in to 2024…

There’s no doubt that neutral Formula 1 fans around the world were getting a bit bored of the dominance shown by Max Verstappen and Red Bull last season. It’s not their fault – they did the best job by far and it really is up to the others to catch up.

A little look at TV viewership, social media and forum engagement numbers shows that F1 peaked around the second half of 2021. That of course was one of the most extraordinary seasons of the past 74 years of the series, and not every year can be like that, but we still want to wake up on Sunday morning and genuinely not know who is going to win the race. That’s what gets people to tune in, and it’s what we lacked in 2023.

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