Latest articles by Stuart Codling
Sebastian Vettel has criticised the ‘green Red Bull’ furore regarding Aston Martin’s updated 2022 Formula 1 car, calling the reaction “not fair” – particularly comments highlighting technical director Dan Fallows.
Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel says his collision with Mick Schumacher during Formula 1's Miami Grand Prix "was stupid for both us".
The first F1 Australian Grand Prix in three years is upon us, and the latest Flat Chat podcast from GP Racing magazine kicks off the excitement.
McLaren was forced to “question quite a lot” in the design of its new MCL36 Formula 1 car for 2022 due to the limitations of the budget cap.
There were three rookies on the grid this year – and the going proved tricky for all of them. Yuki Tsunoda, Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin have faced their fair share of struggles in 2021, and all will be hoping to improve on this year's performances next season
Esteban Ocon thinks his Alpine team doesn't have any "margin" for error if it wants to score points in the 2021 Formula 1 season.
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff understands Valtteri Bottas' frustration of being stuck on the same strategy as teammate Lewis Hamilton in the Bahrain Grand Prix but said there was no other option on the table.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has urged the FIA to clarify its track limit rules after Bahrain Grand Prix controversy and feels it must be "sacred" and not a "Shakespeare novel".
Three newcomers join the Formula 1 grid in 2021. The shortest pre-season in F1 history will have done little to settle the nerves for Yuki Tsunoda, Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher, and the Haas team's admission of focusing everything on 2022 means the latter pair have an uphill climb this term
The decision to introduce one-shot qualifying to Formula 1 in 2003 proved controversial and was prone to being exploited but, as STUART CODLING argues, the initial idea behind it was sound
The forthcoming Netflix film linking the world of underworld crime and motorsport plays on a theme that isn't exactly new. Over the years, several shady figures have attempted to make it in racing before their dubious dealings caught up with them
Daniel Ricciardo will raise Romain Grosjean's aggressive defensive moves during the British Grand Prix at the next Formula 1 drivers' briefing on Friday
Ferrari wasn't the only team to gamble on soft tyres in the expectation of rain at the Hungarian Grand Prix. But that it did so at all - and, worse, continued to stick with its decision rather than save grace - was merely another sign of its current crisis
Robert Kubica says he still feels some regret over missing out on a challenge for the Formula 1 world title in 2008 after BMW stopped developing its car mid-season
Robert Kubica says he is "almost laughing" at the idea of his 2020 racing schedule being too busy between Formula 1 and DTM duties before the COVID-19 pandemic hit
One of the most competitive manufacturer fields ever assembled at Le Mans set the backdrop for the latest instalment in Autosport's series of favourite races. As STUART CODLING recalls, it was a race of drama from the morning warm-up until the chequered flag as BMW's tortoise saw off an array of hares
Racing legend Stirling Moss, who passed away on Easter Sunday, announced his retirement from racing ahead of the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2011. In an interview at the time with Autosport, the then-81-year-old discussed his decision, whether he had any regrets, and what he plans to do next
McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz believes Racing Point is masking the pace of its controversial 'pink Mercedes' and that it could be among the leading midfield teams this season
George Russell has played down suggestions that his Williams Formula 1 team will be able to rejoin the midfield runners in 2020, despite an encouraging performance in Barcelona pre-season testing
OPINION: As Liberty Media has been unable to wrangle the same level of hosting fees that Bernie Ecclestone could from race promoters at some of its new destinations, plus its desire to be seen improving F1 through calendar expansion, STUART CODLING argues that the championship is heading for an unsustainable future for its typical fans and workers
McLaren driver Carlos Sainz Jr believes simulators are now advanced enough to mitigate the impact of any testing cuts as Formula 1 moves towards a record 22-race calendar for 2020
Max Verstappen believes Lewis Hamilton's late charge to victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix shows "how much margin" the Mercedes team has over the rest of the Formula 1 grid
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes had actually ruled out the two-stop strategy "gamble" he used to overhaul Max Verstappen to win Formula 1's 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of the race
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says the manufacturer will not intervene to try to keep the German Grand Prix on the calendar for 2020
Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica has compared the lack of visibility during the wet German Grand Prix to his previous experience of rallying in adverse conditions
Alex Albon says he was forced to fight Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton during the latter stages of the German Grand Prix and it ultimately cost him several positions
German Grand Prix winner Max Verstappen says his victory at Hockenheim will not alter the outcome of the Formula 1 drivers' championship battle
Max Verstappen mastered both wet and dry conditions to win the 2019 Formula 1 German Grand Prix for Red Bull as Mercedes faltered badly at its home race
Valtteri Bottas says a "surprising" brake issue hampered him in Formula 1 German Grand Prix qualifying, where he finished third behind Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen
Mercedes was prepared to put Esteban Ocon into Lewis Hamilton's car after the world champion reported that he did not feel well on Saturday morning at Hockenheim
Charles Leclerc was fastest again for Ferrari in third practice for the 2019 German Grand Prix, outpacing the quickest Mercedes by half a second
Kevin Magnussen said new car upgrades had made little difference after being outpaced by his Haas team-mate during practice for the 2019 Formula 1 German Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc edged out his Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel as Mercedes came up short on single-lap pace in second practice for Formula 1's German Grand Prix at Hockenheim
Valtteri Bottas believes his unexpected defeat by Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the 2019 Formula 1 British Grand Prix masked improvements he has been making to his driving technique
The Williams Formula 1 team has a major upgrade planned it hopes will bring "significant performance" to its car over the middle part of the 2019 season
Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says he thought he was in the fight for sixth place at one stage during Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix
Nico Hulkenberg believes Formula 1 rival Charles Leclerc was "impatient" and "definitely too ambitious" in attempting the move that caused their Monaco Grand Prix clash
Valtteri Bottas says Formula 1 rival Max Verstappen "kept drifting to the right" during their pitlane incident in the Monaco Grand Prix, which he feared had been ruined
Charles Leclerc has been reprimanded by Formula 1 stewards for failing to obey the correct protocols during a Virtual Safety Car period in practice for the Monaco Grand Prix
Charles Leclerc edged out the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas to top third practice for the Monaco Grand Prix after Ferrari Formula 1 team-mate Sebastian Vettel crashed out early on
Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner says asking the FIA to black flag his drivers in first Monaco Grand Prix practice was a "creative" reaction to an IT issue
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team's collaboration with Racing Point is "very different" to the Ferrari/Haas model, and that its future depends on new Formula 1 rules for 2021
McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz Jr says he feels for Ferrari junior Mick Schumacher over the scrutiny he is receiving in Formula 2, having had a similar experience himself
George Russell believes driving at 98% rather than at his maximum potential could help extract more performance out of his Williams Formula 1 car
Carlos Sainz Jr says McLaren's incoming managing director Andreas Seidl has made a "very good" first impression and is "impatient" to start working at the Formula 1 team
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff found it surprising that his drivers were able to nullify Ferrari's straightline speed advantage so effectively in the Chinese Grand Prix
The Haas Formula 1 team believes it has a problem in getting tyres into the correct operating window on tracks where there are long straights and low energy corners
Williams Formula 1 driver Robert Kubica says he just has "no race pace" and cannot explain his deficit to team-mate George Russell
Lewis Hamilton won a processional 2019 Chinese Grand Prix for the Mercedes Formula 1 team ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas as Ferrari's challenge faded with a weak opening stint
Chinese Grand Prix qualifying brought the McLaren Formula 1 team "back to reality" after its encouraging performances in the opening two rounds and during Friday practice, says Carlos Sainz Jr
Sebastian Vettel says his deficit to Mercedes' Formula 1 cars was "too big" in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying, and suggests Ferrari is still unable to replicate its pre-season testing form