Is Formula E's decision to delay battery competition (again) until at least 2025 an admission of failure for a series aiming to push the boundaries of technology? And what did we learn from the Hong Kong season opener.
Robert Kubica's Williams test in Abu Dhabi is discussed, as are his chances of landing the drive for 2018. There's also discussion of Alfa Romeo's F1 return with Sauber and Charles Leclerc's confirmation as a race driver, and Jenson Button's planned full Super GT season.
Lando Norris heads into the 2017 Macau Grand Prix as favourite, so can anyone stop him winning? Norris's engineer, Matt Ogle, and F3 driver coach Danny Watts join Autosport's Marcus Simmons and Edd Straw to preview the event. There's also an interview with one of Norris's main rivals, Callum Ilott.
Lewis Hamilton's fourth world championship and how his performances have stepped up this year are discussed in our Mexican Grand Prix podcast. Max Verstappen's victory and the clash between Hamilton and Vettel are among the topics.
Toyota WRC driver Jari-Matti Latvala joins David Evans and Edd Straw to reveal the secrets to winning Rally GB and to look back at the key moments of his career. This includes his success with Toyota in 2017, the difficulties faced when VW pulled out and some famously trying times earlier in his career.
Karun Chandhok joins Lawrence Barretto and Edd Straw to argue about who is to blame for F1's track limits and how it should be solved. There's also a look at Lewis Hamilton's United States GP victory, and Brendon Hartley's F1 debut.
Prior to his move into a new career, former Autosport Media UK Editor-in-Chief Damien Smith looks back on his two decades and more in motorsport journalism. Michael Schumacher, Jenson Button, Dan Wheldon, Justin Wilson and Fernando Alonso are among the drivers discussed.
Sebastian Vettel is now 59 points Lewis Hamilton with 100 to play for after another disastrous race for Ferrari. Edd Straw is joined by Andrew van de Burgt and Scott Mitchell to look back at the Japanese Grand Prix and the championship implications.
With news that Pierre Gasly will make his Formula 1 debut in place of Daniil Kvyat at Toro Rosso in the Malaysian Grand Prix, Edd Straw, Glenn Freeman and Marcus Simmons explain what Red Bull sees in the young Frenchman.
The start disaster that wiped out both Ferraris and helped Lewis Hamilton win the Singapore Grand Prix is the big talking point, in particular the question of how responsible Sebastian Vettel was for causing it - and the resulting damage to his title hopes.
With the official announcement that McLaren and Honda's engine partnership will end this year, we explain the many reasons why this was an alliance doomed from the start. Ben Anderson and Stuart Codling join Edd Straw to explain what went so terribly wrong.
To tie in with the 10th anniversary of Colin McRae's passing on September 15, David Evans and Colin Clark join Edd Straw to discuss the life and legacy of the 1995 World Rally champion. With contributions from David Richards, David Lapworth, Sebastien Ogier, Kris Meeke and more.