All that precious fuel going up in smoke, speed, and outrageous noise. Unsustainable and increasingly unjustifiable. So F1 deserves a pat on the back for now doing its little bit for the planet.
Just how Felipe Massa is trying to salvage what's left of his flailing Formula One career by defying a team that - despite its struggles in the last couple of years - offered him an opportunity to revive his hopes is perplexing.
The footage filmed using the devices, which typically retail for $300-$600, also is used by investigators trying to piece together the chain of events in the aftermath of crashes and accidents.
With changes in regulations afoot, it’s easy to suggest that the best car will win the title. But the driver’s commitment into the development of the machines to mould it around him would be a factor too.
In a journey which began as a journalist, Matteo Bonciani climbed several steps, including at the fabled Ferrari, to be appointed as Formula One’s head of communications at the FIA. His career has now come at a full circle... of sorts.
With big changes in engine technology coming in 2014, some are wondering, even hoping, that the German's days of ruthless control over the starting grid and the top of the podium are numbered
Raikkonen is leaving Lotus for Ferrari next season. Ferrari's Massa is switching to Williams, where Maldonado is out. Perez is out at McLaren, and Red Bull's Mark Webber is leaving F1 altogether
Team radio has become an integral part of Formula 1 today but has it taken away the onus away from the drivers to make their own decisions? We take a look at how the communication between the driver and the pit wall has become a part of Grand Prix racing...
Next year's championship figures to be a more level playing field as teams and drivers get to grips with new, less powerful engines, and the impending regulation changes could somewhat negate Red Bull's current superiority
The Indian Grand Prix was the venue to the inevitable and Sebastian Vettel made it an exciting weekend playing a perfect host to his own celebrations over the weekend.