Latest articles by Tony Dodgins
F1's problems and how best to fix them have been topics of debate for decades now. In the 24 August 1995 issue of Autosport magazine, a number of leading figures discussed the key issues - many of which seem incredibly familiar in 2020
Best features of 2012 revisited: Just two, relatively low-key, races into Raikkonen's comeback, Tony Dodgins and Lotus insiders already agreed Kimi would be a winner this year, as this column from March shows
Twenty-five points for Sebastian Vettel and a DNF for Fernando Alonso changed the complexion of the title battle at Suzuka but, as Tony Dodgins points out, it might have been very different had the stewards made another call on Saturday night
Whether or not you think Lewis Hamilton has made a mistake signing for Mercedes, a shuffling of the pack is interesting in itself, reckons Tony Dodgins, who now turns his thoughts to Ferrari. And he reckons he knows who will partner Fernando Alonso in 2013...
Mika Hakkinen retired from Formula 1 in 2001, and left the DTM in 2007. Today he helps to guide upcoming talent and fellow Finn Valtteri Bottas, a man who Hakkinen and Williams's Mark Gillan believe may be cut from the same cloth, as Tony Dodgins discovered
Looking back at the Red Bull pace in Valencia, Tony Dodgins thinks it spells the end of 2012's wide-open season. He contemplates the implications for the rest of the field and Lewis Hamilton in particular
As Formula 1 closes in on a new engine formula for 2014, Tony Dodgins makes a case for reuniting McLaren and Honda - two giants of grand prix racing's past back in a time when turbochargers last ruled the landscape of the sport