The sport is governed by technical regulations which try to keep some form of parity between constructors who enter the sport. The problem is that with such small differences in technical and mechanical advancement, it costs many hundreds of million pounds to find that extra half-a-second of performance.
As 2014 draws to a close and we can begin to get excited for the start of the 2015 Formula One World Championship, Formula One went through a year of transition in 2014 and perhaps has left us with an uncertain future. Here are my highlights and thoughts...
More than 60 trophies won by Red Bull have been stolen in a daring smash and grab burglary at the Formula One team's factory
On lap 34 of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim this weekend will mark the halfway point of the 2014 Formula One World Championship... the battles across the grid, politics off the grid and the lack of the Vettel finger, makes F1 in 2014 a great spectacle. Here is what I think so far...
Nico Rosberg will start the British Grand Prix from pole position after a thrilling Formula 1 qualifying hour that left his
For the first time this season, there was the unusual sight of two Red Bulls at the top of the timing sheets after final
My amended title quote by Mikhail Gorbachev sums up F1 in 2014, now we are five races into the season and the sport is being dominated by one man and one team. Not Sebastien Vettel and Red Bull Racing, but Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes...
Lewis Hamilton chalked up three successive victories for the first time in his Formula One career with a lights-to-flag cruise
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification at the Australian Grand Prix has been rejected by the FIA. Sebastian
We are no longer watching Formula 1, rather we are watching a hyped version of Formula Ford, but where the drivers cannot take risks and the tactics of refuelling have been abolished. F1 has always been about money, speed and risk taking, so why not bring it back to the good old days?