After 40 years spent ruling the sport with a mixture of cloak-and-dagger subterfuge and an iron fist, Formula 1's leader, premier dealmaker and King Piranha has been deposed. Here, Maurice Hamilton and Peter Windsor offer up their own personal reflections on the truly remarkable career of Bernard Charles Ecclestone.More about the issue
Bernie: A Retrospective
Peter Windsor and Maurice Hamilton offer up their own personal experiences and recollections of the man who ruled the Formula 1 roost for almost 40 years.
Bottas bags the top spot
Valtteri Bottas on securing the most coveted drive in F1 and how he plans to make the most of his opportunity to prove himself against Lewis Hamilton in equal machinery
Alonso drives Surtees' car
Fernando Alonso gets behind the wheel of the RA301, John Surtees’ mighty V12 mount in 1968, which was the last Honda to race in F1 for almost 30 years
Who can fix Ferrari?
Despite a number of high-profile team staff changes, the Scuderia’s lacklustre form continues. Respected Italian journalist Pino Allievi analyses the chance of a turnaround
The man who gets things done
Formula 1’s premier deal-maker, Zak Brown turns his considerable commercial talent to a new role at McLaren
Ocon: The next step
We spend a day shadowing Force India’s newest recruit, Esteban Ocon, on his first visit to the team’s factory
You ask the questions
Force India’s Sergio Pérez explains the perfect time to eat a nasty burger – and what the Pope’s doing in his car.
Vive le France!
The French Grand Prix will return after a ten-year absence