• The Inside Line
  • The gathering storm
  • April 10, 2014: The Inside Line looks at why the sporting side of Formula One will take a backseat in the coming weeks as politics and appeals take centre stage

  • Kate Walker
  • Australian GP
  • Red Bull ... saint or sinner?
  • March 17, 2014: Only time will tell if Red Bull is an innocent victim of the stewards or was caught try it on at Albert Park

  • Martin Williamson
  • The Inside Line
  • The beginning of the end for Bernie?
  • January 17, 2014: The Inside Line believes Bernie Ecclestone's powers in Formula One have been diminished beyond return after he stepped down from the board of the sport's holding company

  • Kate Walker
  • Maurice Hamilton's ESPN blog
  • Double points? Don't be daft.
  • December 13, 2013: Maurice Hamilton delves a little deeper in to who made the decision to award double points for the final race of the season

  • Maurice Hamilton
  • The Inside Line
  • More lines drawn in election battle
  • October 5, 2013: The Inside Line looks at the latest developments in the race for the FIA presidency, and a boost for Jean Todt's campaign

  • Kate Walker
  • The Inside Line
  • And the gloves are off
  • September 23, 2013: The Inside Line looks at the latest blows struck in the FIA presidential campaign

  • ESPN Staff
  • The Inside Line
  • Ward of the state
  • August 29, 2013: The Inside Line looks a little deeper in to the history of the new candidate for the FIA presidency - David Ward - and where his strengths and weaknesses lie

  • Kate Walker
  • The Inside Line
  • My family and other animals
  • July 26, 2013: ESPN's The Inside Line reveals what is really behind the pit lane safety changes, and it's a power struggle between the FIA and FOM

  • Kate Walker
  • FIA International Tribunal
  • How the International Tribunal works
  • June 6, 2013: Following the news that Mercedes will face the FIA's International Tribunal, the FIA explains how the International Tribunal works

  • FIA Press Office
  • Formula Money
  • The truth about Ferrari's power in Formula One
  • April 1, 2013: The rumours about Ferrari having a veto over changes to Formula One's regulations and receiving more prize money than other teams are almost urban myths. No direct evidence has ever been presented to prove them. Until now

  • By Christian Sylt and Caroline Reid
  • Feature
  • Inside the stewards' office
  • December 17, 2012: Kate Walker talks to up and coming FIA steward Silvia Bellot about how she became involved in F1 and what life is really like inside the stewards' office

  • Kate Walker
  • Belgian Grand Prix comment
  • Paying the penalty
  • September 3, 2012: Chris Medland explains why he thinks Romain Grosjean's suspension is deserved, and why the FIA needs to hand out more harsh penalties

  • Chris Medland
  • GP Week interview with Charlie Whiting
  • From the director's chair
  • September 6, 2011: GP Week sits down with FIA Race director Charlie Whiting to find out how he soaks up the pressure, maintains a family life, and still gets excited about punching the red button

  • Dimitris Papadopoulos
  • Comment
  • Todt left exposed by Bahrain decision
  • June 8, 2011: Martin Williamson explains why Jean Todt has come off worse in the ongoing negotiations over the Bahrain Grand Prix

  • Martin Williamson
  • GP Week
  • Bahrain still not a certainty
  • June 6, 2011: Adam Hay-Nicholls on why he's not going to buy his plane ticket for the rearranged Bahrain Grand Prix just yet

  • Adam Hay-Nicholls
  • Bahrain rescheduling
  • Delaying the inevitable
  • May 3, 2011: Why the FIA has to say no to a 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix, even if the authorities there claim all is well within the kingdom

  • Martin Williamson
  • Bahrain Grand Prix
  • F1 must shun Bahrain's blood money
  • March 20, 2011: Martin Williamson on why the involvement in the crushing of Bahrain's protests by Salman Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, the man behind the kingdom's grand prix, ought to mean an end to the race

  • Martin Williamson

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