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We are now just weeks away from the first grand prix of 2017 and the biggest question is whether Lewis Hamilton can regain his vicelike grip over the sport.
Not too long to wait now until the start of the new season! To help pass the time a little, we thought we would pick your wits about all things Formula 1.
Just five more weekends to endure without F1 and just a few days until the official unveiling of the first of the new 2017 cars!
As they say, in Formula 1 the first person you need to beat is your team-mate, and some of this year’s intra-team battles promise to be spicier than others.
Having devised the new chicane that would help break up processional F1 races and negate Bernie’s need for %u2018short cuts’ on the world’s race circuits (Monaco would have been an interesting one) the next task was to bring it to his attention.
I can only ever claim one interaction with Bernie Ecclestone and though it seems not so long ago, research has shown that it happened way back in 2009.
The Who’s classic rock anthem, Won’t Get Fooled Again, couldn’t be applied to F1’s new racing boss%u2026
Was it surprising to anyone in the Formula 1 world that Brazilian Felipe Massa will indeed race in 2017 after retiring?
Potentially championship-shifting news last week in the F1 world as Paddy Lowe left his role as executive technical director of Mercedes following months of speculation of a move to Williams.
Last August PF1’s Andrew Davies looked into the future and predicted the exit of Bernie Ecclestone. Here’s what he had to say at the time…
Andrew Davies has come up with his favourite ten rules that he’d like to see in today’s F1, one of which dates back to the origins of the sport in the 1950s…
Barring the resurgence of Manor, the 2017 Formula 1 grid has been locked in with Valtteri Bottas signing with Mercedes, Felipe Massa returning to Williams and Pascal Wehrlein off to Sauber.