There are two clouds hanging over the number one motor sport in the world that threatens the fabric of the sport.
All great sports require key ingredients that make them great, a number of these key factors are uniform requirements across all sports.
Sport is the measurement of people or teams coming together, generally testing physical and mental skills and attributes of those competing. A winner is formed from the player or teams that finish on top at the end of the competition.
Formula one over the decades has built its empire based on the driving skills and mental attrition of its drivers. However over recent years the legality of Formula One has crept in, and the requirement for skill as a driver has slipped away.
The first team to create a new technology for their car becomes the fastest, and wins the race. The skill of the race is no longer the essence of the sport. Fans are growing increasingly frustrated at the same team winning week in and week out because they have a "technical" advantage.
I grew up believing Michael Schumacher was a legend of racing, a totally untouchable driver who was above the rest, a once in a generation man who drove his way into our hearts and also into greatness.
After growing up and learning the lay of the land, I now look at Schumacher as a driver who worked for a team that had the fastest car for the better part of a decade. What a great shame.
The other cloud hanging over the sport is a question of ethics. Teams ordering drivers to let team mates pass on the final lap, is a plight on the sport.
Teams are always diplomatic and come up with an array of reasonable "excuses", but the general consensus amongst the fans is, it's a load of absolute tripe.
The essence of racing is eroding and I'm so disappointed in the lack of respect for the fans, the people who drive the sport and actually create the revenue for these unethical teams to compete.
I'm shocked that no reporter has come out and said what every Australian racing fan has been thinking over the early stages of this season.
Why is there a huge difference between the exact same cars of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber? I'm not accusing or even insinuating there is something going on that's a little shady. I'm truly just asking the question?
After the start of the year and the difference between the two cars, I must look back and wonder about the events that unfolded last year, in the countdown to Sebastian Vettel becoming the F1 World Champion.
Was it decided it was better from a marketing point of view, for a younger driver to win the championship for the team? Was there a personality clash between Webber and the team managers? Or did it just turn out to be the same as this year? Two identical cars and Webbers continually fails, while Vettells Ride continues to fire?
Another interesting fact is that for the brief time when Webbers car was not failing, his class was clearly above Vettells.
So many questions that will never be answered, but I tell you this – I will never stop asking the questions, see you next week.