If you thought F1 is in bad shape - take a look at what is happening in CART. Less than three months away from the start of the 2003 season, the future of CART is looking very dim, with a field that is unlikely to reach the promised 18 cars. The lack of teams, however, is only one of the many hurdles that the American series will have to clear if 2002 is not to be its final year. RaceFax Editor Forrest Bond thoroughly reviews CART's current situation and analyses its chances of survival
Jacques Villeneuve faces 2003, his fifth and probably final season with the BAR team, with increased pressure, his current contract running out at the end of the season. Now 32, the former World Champion can't afford to endure another season in the doldrums if he wants to get a chance of getting back to winning ways. Thomas O'Keefe explains why the Canadian will again show his true worth
Arrows Grand Prix have been refused entry for the 2003 World Championship, and while the team says they will appeal against the FIA's decision other creditors are dragging Arrows to court and it looks unlikely that they will ever be back to the racing track. But do you know Arrows's history? Time for you to find out!