A new, feature-length documentary on Sky TV chronicles the F1 career of three-time world champion Jackie Stewart. But is it worth a watch?
A 15-year continuous run ended for Lewis Hamilton, in 2022. And something happened this season that has not occurred in Formula 1 since 1979.
In the round-up: Binotto should have been replaced sooner – Arnoux • Alfa Romeo ‘one step’ from McLaren • Old Dublin GP plans uncovered
As the year draws to a close, look back on the funniest entries that you all submitted to each of our Caption Competitions in 2022.
What do the numbers tell us about the 2022 Formula 1 season? Here’s a revealing statistic on each of the 22 drivers…
In the round-up: McLaren in sportscar racing a matter of ‘when not if’ – Brown • Stuck unimpressed Verstappen refused team orders • Alesi’s 1991 Ferrari to go under auction
AlphaTauri will reveal their new livery for the 2023 season in an unveiling in New York City in the United States, the team have announced.
Max Verstappen entered into his first ever world title defence with a target on his back. He ended the year a double champion and the undisputed best driver of the season.
Before the 2022 season began, McLaren signed Lando Norris to a three year extension. He spent every race weekend proving them right to do so.
In the round-up: Mercedes’ struggles “like a ghost in the car” – Hamilton • Seidl hiring shows Audi are serious – Sainz Snr • Edgar moves to MP for 2023 F3
Daniel Ricciardo will attend select grands prix as Red Bull reserve driver for 2023 alongside simulator, tyre testing and commercial duties, says team principal Christian Horner.
Ferrari have announced that their new car for the 2023 Formula 1 season will be unveiled on Valentine’s Day, Tuesday 14th February.
Through the first two months of the 2022 season, Charles Leclerc was a genuine title contender. It was not his fault his challenge unravelled soon after.
Fernando Alonso stunned many by signing for Aston Martin. After his 2022 season, it’s easy to see why the team want the 41-year-old on board.
George Russell’s first season at the front was likely not what he expected. However, he impressed alongside his illustrious team mate and secured Mercedes’ only win.
Lewis Hamilton was determined to strike back after being denied the 2021 title. Instead he suffered his first ever winless season.
After 15 full seasons, Sebastian Vettel bowed out of Formula 1 in 2022. Despite a terrible start, he still showed why he is one of the very best this season.
Esteban Ocon was the definition of solid in 2022 – consistent, reliable and occasionally great. But he also had a few run-ins with his team mate.
Sergio Perez’s second season at Red Bull was more fruitful than his first, but he still regularly had no answer to his world champion team mate Max Verstappen.
In the round-up: Two more years for budget cap to close grid – Brown • Blakeley close to esports title as Opmeer eliminated • Nato heads penultimate FE test day