Ted Kravitz is joined by journalists Chris Medland and Michael Schmidt for a fascinating team-by-team analysis from winter testing.
Catch up with all the analysis and insight from the second and final week of 2018 F1 testing in Ted Kravitz’s Notebooks.
Running the rule over all 10 teams' performances at winter testing to see who is fastest and who has most work to do.
Ted Kravitz and Craig Slater deliver the final word on winter testing and predict the likely Australian GP pecking order.
Ferrari have laid down their marker ahead of the 2018 season after Kimi Raikkonen ended pre-season testing on top of the timesheets.
McLaren were delighted to end F1 testing on a high after Fernando Alonso unexpectedly set the third-fastest time of the winter.
McLaren suffered another reliability setback on the final day of testing as Fernando Alonso was stopped after seven laps.
Relive the final day of winter testing as Ferrari end pre-season on top and McLaren break down but then shine.
Lewis Hamilton has welcomed Ferrari setting the fastest time so far in testing as expectation grows of a close battle.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time of winter testing so far, but Mercedes impressed on long runs, on the penultimate day at Barcelona.
Red Bull and Daniel Ricciardo have set a deadline to decide on the driver's future at the team beyond 2018, says Helmut Marko
Carmen Jorda has insisted she never meant to discourage female drivers from trying to compete in Formula 1.
Red Bull suspect Mercedes still have a slight pace advantage despite setting the fastest time of winter testing so far on Day Two of the second and final test.
Fernando Alonso says he has "zero" concerns about McLaren's ongoing reliability problems in pre-season testing.
Red Bull laid down a marker for F1 2018 by posting the fastest time of pre-season testing on Day Two of the final test.
Sebastian Vettel ensured Ferrari outpaced Mercedes and Red Bull as F1's second winter test got off to a competitive start.
Mercedes expect a three-way fight for supremacy in 2018 with the world champs unsure if they are ahead of Ferrari and Red Bull.
McLaren have endured a nightmare start to F1 2018's second and final test after their car broke down three times at Barcelona.
Watch as the cars which are set to be the fastest in Formula 1 history lap the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona at testing.
Watch as McLaren's testing woes return with Stoffel Vandoorne breaking down twice in the opening 70 minutes of running.
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