Find out more about our subscriptions
F1 round table in the magazine this week
AUTOSPORT gathers together some expert opinion makers over a curry to discuss the season ahead in this week's magazine. Also featured is an interview with Helio Castroneves and new HRT signing Vitantonio Liuzzi

It's always nice to go out for a curry, but you have to choose your mates carefully.

So, for our pre-season Formula 1 round table, we got Red Bull team principal Christian Horner and Team Lotus reserve Karun Chandhok to join AUTOSPORT F1 technical expert Gary Anderson, Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes, F1 editor Edd Straw and magazine editor Andrew van de Burgt to chew over prospects for the coming season (and a bhaji or several).

So what will be the main things to look out for 2011. We run through the Pirelli tyres, those adjustable rear wings, KERS and the new car regulations in our quest to find out.

Mark Hughes – Our top columnist got to Australia a week early, so he headed off to Phillip Island for an encounter with a 105-year-old Grand Prix car.

David Coulthard – he had an enormous shunt with Martin Brundle in the first-ever world championship Australian GP at Melbourne. The Beeb will be hoping the commentary-box twins won't replicate that this year.

Why the Australian GP rocks – Edd Straw looks at 10 reasons why Albert Park races are usually special.

F1's big questions – Including who'll win the intra-team battles, and will Schumacher win?

Vitantonio Liuzzi – HRT's new recruit tells Mark Glendenning about his new challenge, and his admiration for… Nigel Mansell.

IndyCar Series preview – Glenn Freeman interviews never-quite-champ Helio Castroneves; Charles Bradley chats to towering Brit Justin Wilson; and we run down all the racers.

Indy 500 history – The third in our series of five features on the race's centenary: Paul Fearnley looks at the three decades from the rear-engined revolution to the CART/IRL split.

GT1 World Championship preview – David Brabham talks to Gary Watkins about his switch to Nissan; plus all the runners and riders.

Sebring 12 Hours – After writing his interview with Brabs, Gary went to Sebring to watch him almost win the Sebring 12 Hours, only to be denied by the ORECA Peugeot. But what happened to the works Peugeots and Audis? Mr W explains…

Curitiba World Touring Cars – Rob Huff leads the championship for Chevrolet after the opening round. Peter Mills tells of a weekend of Chevy domination.

Imola GP2 Asia – Romain Grosjean is champion, and Glenn Freeman wonders if it's going to be a fight between him and Jules Bianchi for the main series this year.

Introducing… – Richard Bradley. He races on a Singapore licence, but he comes from Greenwich. As Formula BMW Pacific champion, he's graduating to Japanese F3.

  FEATURES FROM MAR 24, 2011 - MAR 30, 2011
F1 round table in the magazine this week
Why Ferrari won the testing war
By Randeep Singh
Formula 1's top ten season openers
By Edd Straw
Setting the scene for Australia
By Edd Straw
Time for Briscoe to deliver
By Charles Bradley
Gary Anderson's Melbourne blog
By Gary Anderson
McLaren back in contention, but Red Bull still the favourites
By Mark Hughes
2011 IndyCar Series season guide
By Matt Beer
David Coulthard's Australian GP preview
By David Coulthard
Five themes to watch for in Australia
By Edd Straw
The complete Australian Grand Prix review
By Simon Strang, Pablo Elizalde and Matt Beer
How Melbourne revealed the true shape of F1 2011
By Adam Cooper
Stat attack: Australia (post-race)
By Michele Merlino
Behind the scenes in Albert Park
By Jonathan Noble
The human stories of Formula 1
By Tony Dodgins
Bamber's Week
By Jim Bamber
Why Red Bull needs more than the fastest car
By Jonathan Noble
Finding Formula 1's next owner
By Dieter Rencken