Nobody likes seeing boring Formula 1 races, but when other championships appear to be getting it so right, you have to wonder if the sport should look outside its own paddock for improvements
Crashing into two cars on the opening lap might seem like a reasonable thing to give a penalty for but Daniil Kvyat should never have received a drive-through penalty for hitting the two McLarens during the Chinese Grand Prix
With drivers now having something to gain in the final laps, it looks like F1 races could take on a whole new dimension
Valtteri Bottas has vowed to completely change the way he goes about his racing in 2019 - realistically, it's his only option
The headlines may all be about what happened after the race, but we shouldn't overlook the reason why Max Verstappen was so angry in the first place
Fellow Aussie Mark Webber is concerned that Daniel Ricciardo's constant bad luck may be starting to affect him mentally
Sainz received a five-second penalty for going wide at turn one and overtaking Esteban Ocon, then giving the place back at turn six
The man leading the championship in 2018 craves a bit more bravery and inconsistency in how the sport is packaged from weekend to weekend
Instead of just having two tyre manufacturers battle to be the sport's sole supplier, why not just have both?
With Fernando Alonso getting a penalty as a result of being pushed off the road by another driver, does the F1 stewarding system need overhauling?
Kevin Magnussen got off without a penalty for causing a collision with Charles Leclerc, but should he have done?
F1 is a weird sport in that the competitors often attempt to dictate the rules, something that makes little sense when changes are already being planned
Any time engine penalties mix up the grid, people start demanding a change to the penalty system - but docking teams points isn't the answer