Fernando Alonso was investigated twice for cutting the turn 14-15 chicane in the Miami Grand Prix and penalised once. Did the stewards call it right?
Should Formula 1 consider adopting IndyCar’s rule of deleting the two best lap times of drivers who cause red flags in qualifying? Have your say.
Did Lance Stroll deserve a five second time penalty for weaving while defending from Valtteri Bottas during the Australian Grand Prix? Have your say.
Formula 1 is flirting with hitting its maximum of 24 races in a season, but should the sport allow the calendar to grow even further in future? Have your say in our poll.
After an unexpected late change, the 10 pairs of drivers are ready to tackle the 2022 Formula 1 world championship. But which of them will win the all-important fights within their teams?
We are two weeks away from what could be the most unpredictable F1 championship in years. Predict the season ahead by answering these 20 questions on 2022.
With all ten cars and their liveries now fully revealed, what is the best looking of this season’s crop of all-new 2022 F1 designs?
Are the announced changes to F1’s sprint race format for 2022 an improvement over last year’s first attempt? Have your say in our poll.
Which of the ten Formula 1 teams has the strongest combined driver lineup for 2022? Compare them all and then vote which you think is the best.
With so many notable late-race Safety Car interventions in recent FIA championship races, should races be allowed to finish under yellow at all?
As Lewis Hamilton’s Formula 1 future remains uncertain, will the sport’s most successful driver’s seventh world title be his final one?
How many grands prix and sprint races do you plan to watch this year during the longest ever season in the history of Formula 1?
Which Formula 1 driver most impressed you during the 2021 season? Cast your vote in our annual Driver of the Year poll.
What was Formula 1’s best ever championship showdown? Recap all thirty final race title deciders and then let us know what you think was F1’s best climax to a season.
Race control created a dramatic finish to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix but their handling of the restart was controversial. Did they get it right?
Should the lap one incident between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen at turn six have been investigated by the stewards?
Did the stewards take the correct decision over the unusual and controversial collision between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton in Jeddah?
Do Formula 1 stewards make inconsistent decisions, and would having the same people taking the tough calls at every weekend improve them?
Should the stewards have investigated the lap 48 incident Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, and did the Red Bull driver deserve a penalty?
Daniel Ricciardo and Valtteri Bottas tangled at the start of the Mexico City Grand Prix but the stewards took no action. Was that the right call?