Lewis Hamilton is poised to surpass Michael Schumacher’s record for most F1 race wins this year. But are either the greatest driver of all time?
Teams who break F1’s new budget cap could be stripped of their titles five years after they’ve won them, according to the rules. Would the FIA really make good on that threat?
After years of wrangling, Formula 1 has agreed a drastic overhaul of the sport’s rules for 2021. Are the changes a good compromise – or not radical enough?
What was the most glorious period of F1 history? Dieter Rencken tackles another question from a RaceFans reader.
Would Robert Kubica have made a more successful return to F1 at another team? It depends how you perceive success, says Dieter Rencken.
What’s the best way for a prospective new team like Panthera to enter F1: Take over an existing entry or become a ‘satellite’ of a manufacturer like Renault?
We’ve had 14 races to get used to ‘Alfa Romeo’ and ‘Racing Point’, but you still hear them called ‘Sauber’ and ‘Force India’. Why haven’t the new names stuck?
While 2017 F2 champion Charles Leclerc is thriving in F1, several of his predecessors haven’t. Dieter Rencken looks at why.
Ferrari’s breakthrough first victory of 2019 at Spa last weekend will have come as a huge relief to them. But why did it take so long?
Alfa Romeo is using a six-year-old car to test two drivers this weekend. Why do Formula 1 teams still prefer using their V8 machines for some tests?
Pierre Gasly lost his Red Bull seat as the team feared he wasn’t scoring enough points. What would missing second in the championship cost the team?
Is it getting harder or easier for independent sites like RaceFans to cover F1? Dieter Rencken answers another question from one of our Supporters.
F1 drivers avoid jet lag using rigorous sleep management techniques which even include taking doses of synthetic melatonin, as Dieter Rencken explains.
Will Britain keep its round of the world championship? What about Spain, Germany, Monza and Mexico? And how will Zandvoort fit into the 2010 F1 calendar? Dieter Rencken answers your questions.
Obscure corners of the internet are awash with reports of how much money F1 drivers will earn in 2019. But should we believe them?
Several teams have already revealed new sponsorship for 2019. How long do these deals take to arrange – and what happens if they go wrong?
RaceFans’ special correspondent Dieter Rencken tackles more of your questions including whether F1 should have a tyre war and what Hermann Tilke has done for track design.
In the first instalment of a new series we’re putting your questions to RaceFans’ special correspondent Dieter Rencken.