Jon Pierik Australian formula one legend Alan Jones says Daniel Ricciardo has the talent to finish the year as one of the top three drivers.
Chris Dutton Mark Webber's parents have witnessed the highs and lows of his long and valiant career, writes Chris Dutton.
Robert Grant Former world champion Alan Jones believes the Australian Grand Prix will disappear from the Formula One calendar after 2010.
Mark Fogarty It's been an off-season of intrigue and technical shenanigans, but now the real work starts in Melbourne this week. For those late to the carnival, here's what's happened in trackwork.
Peter McKay Back in the 1990s, while writing a column for a motoring magazine, this writer occasionally reminded the people running V8 Supercars that two-make racing was badly conceived, appealing as it was to a...
Matthew Clayton Only three Australians - Jack Brabham, Alan Jones and Mark Webber - have won grands prix.
Peter McKay It's shaping as a glorious fight between the two outstanding gladiators of MotoGP for the year, and let's all hope the world championship is determined by ability rather than good fortune.
Stephen Ottley Mark Webber looks set to be the last of his kind.
Chris Dutton Mark Webber has earned the right to a 'fairytale finish' to his formula one career.
Mark Fogarty Australia's F1 star has always possessed a rare talent - even if it has not been fully appreciated.
David Polkinghorne Former world champion Alan Jones thinks Mark Webber could still go out on a high by claiming this year's formula one title.
Peter McKay When Mark Webber becomes a "former" formula one driver at the end of this year, how will his 12 seasons in the premier form of motor sport be regarded? While Sir Jack Brabham and Alan Jones, because...
Peter McKay So here we go again … that bizarre and noisy coalition of talent, ego, brainpower and money fires up on Sunday evening at Albert Park.
Alan Jones One of the crucial skill sets required to become the formula one world drivers' champion is being in the right place at the right time.
Tony Wright Premier Denis Napthine, well known as a horse racing man but assuring all in earshot that he enjoyed all forms of sport, was backing Australia's Mark Webber at Sunday's Formula 1 Grand Prix, with an...
Peter McKay Not even a degustation menu of Melbourne's wild and occasionally obnoxious weather threatened to wash away the atmosphere enveloping the start of another hard-to-forecast formula one season.
David Polkinghorne Former world champion Alan Jones says Mark Webber is ''stronger'' than Sebastian Vettel.
Adam Cooper Former Formula One world champion says Australian Grand Prix admired across the globe.
Peter McKay While at next month's opening title race we'll all be much the wiser about which teams are hot and which are going to struggle in this first year of V8 Supercars' bright-eyed Car of the Future era,...
Mark Fogarty For a decade, Mark Webber has carried the weight of Australia's high hopes of grand prix glory.