As if you need a reason, but just in case, here are a few of the key stories to follow in the build up to this weekend's Australian Grand Prix.
For the first time since 1994, the reigning F1 World Champion won't be on the starting grid come the season opener, yet Laura Leslie explains that Nico Rosberg's absence isn't that bad.
It’s that time of the F1 season where hopes and dreams still exist, with no serious on-track running in place to determine a pecking order or title favourite. What better time to make some predictions ready for the year of racing ahead?
On the second day of the second test in Barcelona, Sarah Merritt was able sit down with Eric Boullier and review their chat from this time last year, as well as touch on some new topics for the 2017 season.
Great insight into how the changes for F1 2017 have an impact on the pit crews, not just the drivers and cars. There has been A LOT of training over the winter...
In part two, Rob Watts looks at the pre-season form of last season's top five - Force India, Williams, Ferrari, Red Bull, and Mercedes, and suggests who could be the team to beat this year.
Amidst his very busy schedule, Badger’s Sarah Merritt managed to grab some time to sit down in Red Bull hospitality with the Honey Badger himself, Daniel Ricciardo.
With the new season about to kick off, Rob Watts takes a closer look at each team to see what shape they're in heading to Melbourne. In part one, the focus is on Sauber, Renault, Haas, Toro Rosso, and McLaren.
With the new season about to begin, Rob Watts spent some time with Sky Sports F1 pundits Damon Hill and Johnny Herbert to find out what 2017 has in store, and how the current era compares to when they were racing.
Badger's Rob Watts spoke to Pat and fellow Sky Sports commentator, Martin Brundle, to get the lowdown on Pat's new role and find out their thoughts on the upcoming season.
It's that time of year when the F1 paddock seems to be brimming with optimism. Here are a few quotes we found from past seasons, that made us think 'did they really say that?'.
Badger's Rob Watts caught up with leading motorsport technical analyst Craig Scarborough (or Scarbs as he's commonly known) to find out what we can expect to see when the season starts in a few weeks' time.
Badger’s Sarah Merritt attended the launch of the Mercedes 2017 offering, the W08, at a very windy Silverstone circuit today, where the assembled media and team partners were treated to the sight and sound of the new car as it completed filming laps, as well as a launch on the iconic pit straight.
Renault's second season back is previewed by Craig Norman, with Alex Odell's livery critique.
It's the first real look at at a 2017 car - Craig Norman looks at Sauber's season ahead, while Alex Odell critiques the colour scheme.
Badger’s Sarah Merritt was granted an insightful audience with the three wise editors of F1 Racing Magazine - Anthony Rowlinson, Stuart Codling and James Roberts.
Perez: "I fully believe we can take the next step, and that's the main target for team. I will be disappointed if we can't move forwards and improve on what we did last year"
Danny Watts, who retired from Strakka Racing last year after two class wins at Le Mans, has come out publicly as gay.