Lewis Hamilton highlighted F1’s lack of diversity last week. In his new column for RaceFans Dieter Rencken considers why this global sport remains so Euro-centric.
At a time when Ferrari’s F1 future is in doubt its hiring of Laurent Mekies is significant, says Dieter Rencken in his latest column for RaceFans.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner tells RaceFans why Honda is a serious option for 2019 and admits he ‘feels sorry’ for Chase Carey.
With F1 TV Pro Liberty Media hopes to succeed where Bernie Ecclestone failed with his F1 Digital + service. Dieter Rencken examines their plans.
The idea of a single F1 launch event has been dismissed before. In his new column for RaceFans Dieter Rencken argues the sport should reconsider it.
Several of Formula One’s smaller teams have been criticised for employing ‘pay drivers’. But it’s doubtful some teams could continue without them.
Why are the likes of Ferrari and Mercedes resisting a cost cap? And if one is introduced how many of their staff will have to go? Dieter Rencken explains in his new column for RaceFans.
Exciting leaps in F1 broadcasting are just around the corner. But how will fans be able to enjoy them?
The sheer weight of numbers means it could be years before we see more women in the top flight of motorsport, as Dieter Rencken explains in his new F1 Fanatic column.
In the latest edition of his weekly column for F1 Fanatic, Dieter Rencken explains what’s changing in F1’s most important political battleground.
The concept of a ‘world engine’ for F1 and other forms of motorsport has been rejected before. But as manufacturer entries dwindle, perhaps its time has come.
In the first of his new weekly columns for F1 Fanatic, Dieter Rencken explains why he’s joined us now and quizzes McLaren’s Jonathan Neale on life after Honda.