Like a hurricane on the tail of a breeze, Honda has baulked at the global financial situation and plunged the world of Formula 1 into its own crisis, writes Andrew Maitland.
A new contract for the Melbourne GP through to 2015 is looming. And it won't come cheap, writes motorsport journalist Andrew Maitland.
F1 racing may be expensive, wasteful and killing the planet, but it's on really thin ice in Australia when those in charge start lying to the paymasters, writes Andrew Maitland.
If Victorian Premier John Brumby thinks standing up to Bernie Ecclestone will get Melbourne a better deal, he should think again, writes Andrew Maitland.
For an F1 hack, there are two imperatives in life: the espresso in the Ferrari media motor home, and a rectangle-shaped piece of plastic that hangs around your neck. And without the latter, there is no Italian coffee. So my advice: be careful how you report the truth, writes Andrew Maitland.
Talented rookie Lewis Hamiton fell just short of taking out this year's Formula One drivers' championship, much to the chagrin of British sporting press, writes Andrew Maitland.
McLaren was fined and stripped of all points in the constructors' championship. Yet despite the team being pinged for cheating, one of its drivers will take out this year's championship. Andrew Maitland reports.
Grab another box of popcorn. The evolving story of espionage that is F1 in 2007 is heading towards an explosive final act, and it has little to do with what's happening on the track. Andrew Maitland reports.
Who doesn't love a sporting spat? Formula One is home to arguably this year's runaway winner in the battle of runaway egos, writes Andrew Maitland.