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Articles by Uros Radovanovic
There is a wide range of rear wing selections on display as the 10 teams go into racing battle one last time in Abu Dhabi.
This weekend's Las Vegas Grand Prix could see qualifying and the race taking place in single digit temperatures.
Exploring the underlying factors which led to a shocker of a performance from Mercedes.
Can Mercedes break their 2023 duck at the Brazilian Grand Prix, perhaps even a 1-2 as it was last season?
The burning question is which of the leading teams will benefit the most from this unique track set-up?
Haas have a new-look VF-23 that's aligned with the philosophy of this year's fastest team, Red Bull.
The Williams FW14B is one of the most iconic F1 cars of all-time. This is what made it so bloody good.
The latest technical upgrades and tweaks for the Qatar Grand Prix have been exploreed and analysed by PlanetF1.com's tech expert Uros Radovanovic...
Ground effect cars are now the norm in Formula 1, and one car paved the way for the concept's success a very long time ago.
Andrea Stella said McLaren are now a second per lap quicker than they were in Bahrain. Here's how they've done it.
A team under scrutiny, Ferrari have brought what at first glance seems like an unusual rear wing configuration to Suzuka.
Red Bull's winning streak ended in Singapore, but why?
Red Bull may lead the way in most things, but for Singapore they've brought a wing that other teams adopted several races earlier.
Ferrari beat the RB19 to pole position at Monza before Carlos Sainz joined the Red Bulls on the podium.
No matter what the game is this season, Red Bull just keep coming up with the technical answers. The Italian Grand Prix is no different.
The development war off the track has been more exciting than the 'title battle' on it.
2014 was the last time Formula 1 introduced major power unit changes with the move to hybrid engines.
New Pirelli tyres introduced at the British Grand Prix seem to have shaken up F1's pecking order.
Being bottom of the F1 standings doesn't make you any less attractive to copy. Just ask Mercedes...
Red Bull Racing are on fire this season, but that doesn't mean they're resting on their laurels.
It is time to answer that question!
The F1 development war is in full swing mid-season, and here is a detailed look at what changed in the chasing pack at Silverstone.
Williams are working to move away from being a one-trick pony with blistering straight-line speed.
Charles Leclerc's P2 in Austria has given Ferrari and their fans a renewed sense of optimism.
Lando Norris sparked into life with his new, upgraded McLaren MCL60. But what's changed and why was it successful?
The Red Bull RB19 is the envy of the entire F1 paddock. But what makes the car so good and why can't other teams just copy and paste?