Chris Harris on Formula 1

Chris Harris shares his many thoughts on Formula 1 in just 60 seconds.

Can F1 champion Nico Rosberg change a flat tyre?

What does Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg know about real cars? Can he change a tyre? Does he wash his own car? Has he ever had a speeding ticket? BBC Sport finds out!

An Emotional Farewell from Nico Rosberg

2016 FIA Formula One World Champion elect Nico Rosberg today announced that he will stop racing in Formula One with immediate effect.

Nico Rosberg opens up on achieving his childhood dream

The 2016 Formula One World Drivers’ Champion Nico Rosberg talks about his emotional year, the path to achieving his childhood dream and how he kept his focus in the decisive Abu Dhabi GP.

How does an F1 driver’s mind work?

Williams F1 development driver Alex Lynn talks to Tom Clarkson about what goes through his mind around a lap of Silverstone.

The Abu Dhabi GP with Kimi Raikkonen – Scuderia Ferrari 2016

“I like this circuit” says Kimi about Yas Marina. “It has a quite slow last part of the lap but has a great atmosphere as it is the last race of the year. So, obviously it’s a slightly different feeling and it’s in the evening. The lights are very good. Sometimes it can be not that easy with the lights but the driving conditions are not difficult to get the visual right.”

How have F1 cockpits evolved?

With the possible introduction of the controversial new ‘halo’ cockpit head protection system into Formula 1, Williams development driver Alex Lynn takes Tom Clarkson on a tour through the ages of F1 cockpits.

How fit does a driver need to be?

Williams F1 development driver Alex Lynn demonstrates to Tom Clarkson what it takes to stay fit and strong in order to be a successful driver, and explains that it was Michael Schumacher who really began the fitness revolution in Formula 1.

What’s it like to drive a car in the rain?

Williams development driver Alex Lynn explains to BBC Sport’s Tom Clarkson what it’s like to drive in the rain in an F1 car.

Three in a row? Mercedes to clinch constructors’ title in Malaysia?

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There are two variables in the mix for this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang Circuit; firstly, the new slot in September can bring different weather conditions into play and secondly, the track has been resurfaced. Last year Sebastian #Vettel won here for the Scuderia Ferrari, so a new track surface may offer even more uncertainty. MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS can clinch its third consecutive constructors’ title if they score 36 points or more, regardless of how Red Bull Racing perform. Pirelli Motorsport has introduced the harder tire for this race and that will suit the Mercedes chassis, but they did struggle with the high temperatures last year. – James Allen on F1