Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has earned Netflix notoriety for his no-nonsense approach, even spawning a spoof Twitter account (he's a fan of it by the way), but would he be so typically forthright when answering readers' questions - on managing difficult drivers, his favourite swear words and his closest friend in the Formula 1 paddock?
Twenty years ago this week, rising star Gonzalo Rodriguez lost his life at Laguna Seca just as he was on the cusp of a career breakthrough having secured a top Indycar drive. His friend and rival Juan Pablo Montoya remembers him
Jacques Villeneuve's 2019 includes a typically eclectic mix of outings in Euro NASCAR, Italian GT and Porsche Carrera Cup Scandinavia. But, as the 1997 Formula 1 world champion explains, there's more to it than a cheque waiting at the end of a weekend
Safety and track limits were unsurprisingly among the main topics of conversation in the F1 paddock at Monza after Alex Peroni's F3 crash. One alternative to the sausage kerbs involved could drastically reduce the frequency of such discussions