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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

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  • 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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  • Worst-case scenarios
  • September 21, 2014: The Inside Line contemplates a grid with just seven teams and asks what Formula One should be doing to avoid such a situation

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  • We flip, flop, don't stop
  • September 19, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the decisions that have been made and then un-made in the past year thanks to the power give to Formula One's Strategy Group

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  • Out there on their own
  • September 18, 2014: The Inside Line on how team radio has been used to spin a narrative to the TV audience and how the new restrictions will change it

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  • Singapore: Doing it right since 2008
  • September 16, 2014: The Inside Line looks at what makes the Singapore Grand Prix such a hit every year and why new venues should follow its example if they too want to be a success

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  • The costly thirst for victory
  • September 15, 2014: The Inside Line looks at the effect dehydration has on drivers in the latter stages of races and why it might be robbing fans of even greater racing than we've seen in 2014 so far

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  • Will F1 go to Russia?
  • September 5, 2014: The Inside Line looks at whether pressure from the EU and NATO will be enough to stop Formula One going racing in Russia

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  • La pista magica
  • September 5, 2014: "Scary, beautiful, passionate, and pregnant with history" - The Inside Line captures everything that is so special about Monza

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  • War declared
  • August 24, 2014: The Inside Line looks at how Mercedes' Spa nightmare will impact racing for the rest of the season

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  • We don't need no education
  • August 23, 2014: The Inside Line agrees with Adrian Newey that too many young drivers are abandoning a traditional education in pursuit of their motorsport careers

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