F1 is working flat out to improve the spectacle of the racing for the future. But does one of its upcoming changes carry the risk of spreading teams out further, and is there a different way to approach the constant problem of cars racing in 'dirty air'?
Formula 1 and the FIA are pressing the teams to accept changes to the 2019 cars to improve overtaking - but even if these rules are accepted, there are 900 people working on plans that may yet negate their impact
Three teams separated by very little at the front and the advantage shifting all the time in the title battle, but a run of dire grands prix with no passing and big gaps between the cars. Formula 1 2018 is proving to be its own worst enemy
When Hondas were failing constantly with McLaren, the idea of Red Bull picking up the Japanese engines within two years would've seemed crazy. But it looks like an increasingly appealing reality for a team that likes to be "brave"