march 25 , 2015

Lies, damnable lies, and statistics

A once successful partnership could be coming to an end as Red Bull and Renault play the blame game in the media
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March 16 , 2015

Sour grapes make for bitter whine

The Inside Line looks at the reasons behind the moaning and asks whether Red Bull is right to play its trump card by threatening to leave the sport
March 15 , 2015

Start as you mean to go on

The Australian Grand Prix was a good race for a number of teams and drivers, but was it a good race for F1?
March 14 , 2015

A new season with the same problems

Despite all the excitement of the new season, the same fundamental problems with the sport continue to threaten its long-term future
March 12 , 2015

Tender is the right

Does F1 need a bigger grid and how should it go about getting one? The Inside Line looks at the chances of attracting more cars to the grid
March 11 , 2015

Mr Right, or Mr Right Now?

Giedo van der Garde may win a place back in F1 but in doing so he runs the risk of winning many enemies. The Inside Line looks at the rights and wrongs behind F1's latest drama
March 2 , 2015

A season of uncertainty

The winter is always a time of speculation, but this year the F1 circus will pack its bags for Melbourne with more uncertainty than usual
February 25 , 2015

Time for a Korea change

The Inside Line explains why F1 should give the Korean Grand Prix another chance in 2016, just not at Yeongam track circuit
February 23 , 2015

What can we say about BCN1?

After the second winter test of pre-season, The Inside Line looks at what we do know and what we don't about the 2015 protagonists
February 21 , 2015

Arrivabene welcome

The Inside Line looks at Maurizio Arrivabene's recent efforts to re-unify Ferrari and how he's managed to even get Kimi Raikkonen smiling
February 19 , 2015

The best laid schemes

The Inside Line looks at how a team's best laid plans can fall apart in the space of one morning of testing
February 13 , 2015

Is a change as good as a rest?

As F1 debates whether to have more power in the pursuit of wilder racing, The Inside Line ponders whether such changes are really necessary to attract new fans
February 8 , 2015

Venezuela and the game of ostrich

As living standards in Venezuela slide, state oil company-sponsored Pastor Maldonado toes the party line and plays ostrich over the impact it could have on his future
February 4 , 2015

Reviving Marussia

There plans to put Marussia back on the grid but there are some significant hurdles in the way, not least Formula One politics. The Inside Line explains...
February 2 , 2015

Wish they were here

The Inside Line looks at the very noticeable absence from the Jerez test and why financial doom still hangs over the sport
February 1 , 2015

F1 voyeurism for pros

Want to see F1 up close and personal for a fraction of the cost of a grand prix weekend? Then come to Spain in February like the smart fans do
January 31 , 2015

Red Bull does it right

The Inside Line thinks more teams should follow Red Bull's approach to the media in the age of sponsor-heavy press events and car launches
January 31 , 2015

Easy is relative

The Inside Line looks at the reasons F1 bosses and drivers are pushing for a switch to 1000bhp engines and how it could separate the great from the good
January 30 , 2015

The only way is up

The Inside Line looks at how three of F1's oldest teams are looking to the future in the hope of forgetting 2014
January 27 , 2015

Streiff and the joy of silence

The Inside Line looks at why is is so careless for former F1 drivers to make public statements about the private medical conditions of anyone else, following Philippe Strieff's run in with the FIA
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Kate Walker is the editor of GP Week magazine and a freelance contributor to ESPN. A member of the F1 travelling circus since 2010, her unique approach to Formula One coverage has been described as 'a collection of culinary reviews and food pictures from exotic locales that just happen to be playing host to a grand prix'.