QUESTIONING THE PINNACLE

When only fifteen cars make it to the start of a Grand Prix, it’s obvious Formula One is struggling with some demons. For the opening race of 2015 in Australia, the sport failed to live up to expectations; some blamed the teams – namely Manor, Red Bull and McLaren, each of whom failed to get…

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THE FUTURE FORMULA

The concept was sound enough: one car each for a number of selected nationalities, represented by a team and driver of appropriate citizenship; identical cars with identical engines, competing during the ‘off-season’ winter months as a stopgap between Grand Prix seasons. A1GP was billed as ‘The World Cup of Motorsport’, a unique format where the…