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McLaren's Fernando Alonso insists that he is ready for Australia, and that everything is under control. Read his words from last night when he met with the media.
In her Badger GP debut, Fern Lock looks at who really holds the power when it comes to F1 teams picking their drivers each and every season.
Williams has a quandary to solve with their 2018 driver pairing. Do they stick with stability, or opt for a new lead driver?Badger's Nicky Haldenby looks at the potential candidates for the seat.
Badger's Rob Watts chats with F1, Le Mans and IndyCar* driver, Mark Blundell to learn more about the Indy500, Alonso's chances and his thoughts on motorsport holy grail.
At the end of day 2 of the second test at Barcelona that saw him complete 46 laps in the McLaren MCL32, Fernando Alonso faced the media questions. Read it all in one place - not just the soundbytes!
The catalyst for the beginning of the end for the Schumacher era...
Whoever could it be?
With the front runners already having received their grades, it's time for the midfield contenders to be assessed.Rob Watts takes the drivers of Williams, Force India, Toro Rosso and McLaren to task.
It's been four years since the European Grand Prix last graced the Formula One calendar. Laura Leslie ponders over a brilliant 2012 European Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen took victory first time out for his new team in Spain, but what other drivers switched outfits and still reigned supreme?Laura Leslie investigates.
Just who could it be...
Laura Leslie take a retrospective look back at the 2006 Chinese Grand Prix, a rain affected classic that would ultimately be the last victory of a legendary career.
Join Sarah Merritt as she has a unique chat with future World Champion Stoffel Vandoorne in Barcelona.
Laura Leslie takes the sheets off F1 launches good, bad and barmy as we enter into that time of year for the sport.
Double World Champion Fernando Alonso is the first to get the Badgerometer treatment as Laura Leslie looks at five of his best drives.
Hungary 2015 was one of the hardest Top Dog awards we've ever had to decide - who did we crown?
McLaren's battles on track in 2007 were nothing compared to the ones off it, and Hungary was the spark that lit the fuse.Laura Leslie looks back at the whole story.
Laura Leslie takes a look back through the annuls of F1 history to bring us the very first victory in the career of our current World Champion.