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  • Making the FIA a real global player
  • December 18, 2014: Formula One is a sport known for champagne and shunts, but how can it use it's knowledge for good out in the big wide world? The Inside Line investigates

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  • McLaren money musings
  • December 15, 2014: The Inside Line ponders why McLaren's major investors are willing to give up a piece of the pie as Ron Dennis' campaign to secure majority control gathers pace

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  • Waiting for the EU
  • December 2, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the EU's decision to investigate the governance of Formula One and why it could be about to open Pandora's box

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  • Two smart cookies, one big mistake
  • November 22, 2014: With the winds of change blowing at Ferrari, The Inside Line looks at Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso's imminent moves and why one of them has made the wrong choice

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  • Strategic planning review
  • November 22, 2014: The F1 Strategy Group was tasked with ensuring the future direction of the sport this year but what has it actually achieved? The Inside Line casts a critical eye

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  • The team which brings F1 to you
  • November 14, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the team behind F1's coverage and why they have to learn to think more like a racing team than a tech firm or a business venture

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  • Can crowdfunding save Caterham?
  • November 12, 2014: The Inside Line looks at Caterham's plans to make the final race by crowd sourcing funds and whether, if successful, it would allow the team to race in 2015

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  • Keeping it real in Interlagos
  • November 7, 2014: The Inside Line looks at whether the changes coming to Interlagos will add to or take away from its charms

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  • The tale of the two Felipes
  • November 6, 2014: The Inside Line looks at why Felipe Nasr's move to Sauber could have wider ramifications for the driver market outside the Swiss team, especially for Felipe Massa

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  • Bernie's mea culpa
  • November 2, 2014: The Inside Line reflects on Bernie Ecclestone's remarkable comments at the United States Grand Prix aimed averting F1's second US Grand Prix debacle in a decade

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  • Drivers buck trend on third cars
  • October 30, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the unique way F1's drivers reacted to the prospect of having teams with third cars on the grid in 2015

  • GP Week
  • The importance of timing
  • October 23, 2014: Formula One finally arrived in Russia this year, but plans for a race have been bubbling away for over 30 years. GP Week's Kate Walker looks at Bernie Ecclestone's past attempts to hold a race in Russia

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  • Could driverless tech save F1?
  • October 21, 2014: It may sound sacrilegious to petrol-heads, but could removing the drivers from F1 be the answer to the sport's long-term problems?

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  • It's Mokpo all over again
  • October 10, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the unfortunate similarities the Sochi Autodrom shares and does not share with the short-lived Korean Grand Prix facility

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  • Shame on us all
  • October 9, 2014: The Inside Line looks with regret at the way some media outlets and journalists decided to report on Jules Bianchi's serious accident at the Japanese Grand Prix

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  • The birth of a new race
  • October 8, 2014: In the run-up to the maiden Russian Grand Prix at Sochi, race promoter Sergey Vorobyev spoke to ESPN in an exclusive interview on the challenges and satisfactions to be found in putting on a brand new race

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  • Where now for Caterham?
  • October 4, 2014: In an exclusive interview with ESPN, Caterham team principal Manfredi Ravetto opens up about future plans for the Caterham Formula One team and the assurances - or lack thereof - that he has been given for the future of Leafield

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  • Japanese for passion
  • October 3, 2014: The Inside Line explains why the Japanese Grand Prix holds a special place in Formula One's heart and marvels at the passion of the local fans

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  • No country for old men
  • September 25, 2014: The Inside Line reveals some of the perks awaiting the more financially savvy members of the F1 press pack from the sport's busy and geographically vast calendar

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  • It's hard out there for a team
  • September 21, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the competition teams face from the commercial rights holder for sponsors and why they are fighting a losing battle

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