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Juan Pablo Montoya says there is no reason Fernando Alonso shouldn't run well in the Indy 500, which will be the Formula 1 driver's first IndyCar race and first on an oval. The two-time Indy 500 winner Montoya competed in Formula 1 from 2001-06.

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WATCH: Renault's vision for F1 in 2027.

Renault shows off the RS 2027 Vision concept car, demonstrating their vision for Formula One in ten years' time.

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Has McLaren made a mistake with Alonso?

Allowing Fernando Alonso to race in the Indy 500 has caused much excitement among fans, but is it right for McLaren?

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Why can't Red Bull challenge the leaders?

With just one podium from the first three races, what is keeping Red Bull behind Mercedes and Ferrari?

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Can Force India cope without team principal?

Jennie Gow and Kevin Eason discuss whether Force India can survive without team principal, Vijay Mallya.

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Is it too early for team orders?

Jennie Gow and Kevin Eason discuss whether it's too early in the season to be discussing team orders in both Mercedes and Ferrari.

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Radio GA GA: Bahrain Grand Prix.

The best bits of race radio from an action-packed Grand Prix in Bahrain.

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