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Is the time right for new teams to join F1?

Mark Gallagher explains why anyone with ambitions of forming a new F1 team might want to think twice.

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Are Honda playing a guessing game with their engine?

In a season plagued with engine failures, Jonathan Legard and Mark Gallagher discuss whether Honda actually know what the causes are.

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Why has Sauber parted with Kaltenborn?

Mark Gallagher joins Jonathan Legard to delve into the possible reasons for Monisha Kaltenborn's departure from Sauber.

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Does Kimi need to get used to being second best?

Jonathan Legard and Mark Gallagher discuss whether Sebastian Vettel is right to be considered the 'lead driver' within the Ferrari camp.

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Are Force India right to scrap team orders?

ESPN's Jonathan Legard and Mark Gallagher discuss whether Force India will scrap team orders ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

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Wolff: F1 shouldn't be too corporate.

Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff believes the sport needs to stick to its values and not 'dive into the corporate slip streaming'.

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Will we get a better second race in Baku?

After the disappointing debut of Baku last year, can the circuit justify its place on the calendar this time around?

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Has Jolyon Palmer's F1 career finally come to an end?

Yet to score points for his team this season, Jennie Gow and Kevin Eason discuss whether Jolyon Palmer's F1 career is coming to an end.

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Has the F1 calendar changed for the better?

Jennie Gow and Kevin Eason discuss whether 2018's F1 schedule is a change for the better.

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