Michael Schumacher was thrilling in his final race, but it was fitting that Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa stepped to the fore in Brazil, writes Michael Kelley.
Michael Schumacher has always had good luck in wet conditions. China was no different and the good fortune could mean an eighth title, writes Michael Kelley.
Michael Schumacher's career has always been clouded by controversy, making his latest win -- and retirement announcement -- fitting, writes Michael Kelley.
Felipe Massa made his best case for being Ferrari's second driver beyond 2006. Beating a seven-time champion does that for you, writes Michael Kelley.
The big stories in Hungary all had one thing in common, writes Michael Kelley. It was a race of firsts as Formula One's underdogs ruled the day.
Improvements made by Bridgestone on its racing tires and a ruling by the FIA have the F1 drivers' and constructors' titles back in play, writes Michael Kelley.
The silly season starts earlier and this year it's hotter than ever before with Juan Pablo Montoya already out, writes Michael Kelley.
What's been good back and indifferent on the paddock so far this season? Michael Kelley breaks down Formula One at the midway point.
Nearing the midpoint of the Formula One season, it appears the only team that can stop Renault is Renault, writes Michael Kelley.
Red Bull team owner Dietrich Mateschitz might be the happiest man in F1 with a surprise finish in Monaco, writes Michael Kelley.
With Toyota's F1 venture looking like a $500 million-a-year money pit for Toyota, you have to wonder how long the company stays with it.
Fernando Alonso got back in the winning way with a masterful performance at his home race, the Spanish Grand Prix, writes Michael Kelley.
If home cooking was any help, many Formula One teams should have staked claim to a good finish in Germany, writes Michael Kelley.
Michael Schumacher is not giving the appearance of going down quietly this season after Sunday's win at Imola, writes Michael Kelley.
Jenson Button had a finish at the Australian Grand Prix that would be laughable if it wasn't so typical, writes Michael Kelley.