10 March 2019

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The Formula 1 season is upon and GP+ have been trying to figure out what will happen in 2019. Can Lewis Hamilton win a sixth title or will Sebastian Vettel finally strike back. And how will Max Verstappen do with Red Bull's new relationship with Honda. There are lots of fascinating questions to be answered. 

- We look at the runners and riders for the season ahead and assess their potential

- We talk to Lando Norris

- We look at the state of Formula 1's finances and reach a different conclusion to some others

- We look at F1's troubles in the Americas

- We look back at Nigel Mansell's remarkable victory in Brazil in 1989

- We remember Dr Robert Hubbard, the inventor of HANS and fast lady Kitty O'Neil

- JS looks back at the very short winter break

- DT wonders about the British GP

- The Hack looks back at some flawed heroes

Peter Nygaard and his team provide some terrific photos of the winter and the new F1 cars

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