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Jolyon Palmer column: Charles Leclerc win at Monza leaves Formula 1 in a tangle

Former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer, who left Renault during the 2017 season, is part of the BBC team and offers insight and analysis from the point of view of the competitors.

Charles Leclerc drove wonderfully on Sunday to win the Italian Grand Prix- but he should have been penalised for forcing Lewis Hamilton off the road at the second chicane…………….Read More

Wasn’t F1 in 2018 meant to be the Lewis Hamilton show?

The battle to become the first driver of the modern generation to win a fifth world title just got really interesting.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton started the season as the hot favourite to beat his rival Sebastian Vettel to the achievement, but the Ferrari driver now has a 17-point lead after victories in the first two races of the season………………Read More

F1 bosses propose new security measures for Brazilian Grand Prix

Formula 1 bosses have proposed new security measures following a series of dangerous incidents at this year’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

The most serious case came when Mercedes personnel were robbed at gunpoint on a road leaving the Interlagos track in Sao Paulo.

Governing body the FIA has “strongly urged” the implementation of a new security system for next year’s race…………Read More

Robert Kubica: Did he do enough to earn F1 return?

Williams appear to be in a bit of a pickle over their driver choice for the 2018 season.

The clear plan was for Robert Kubica to make a fairytale comeback seven years after the rally accident that left him with life-changing injuries and partner Canadian Lance Stroll, who is under contract…………Read More