When was the last time a driver rated as highly as Daniel Ricciardo joined a team and under-performed as unexpectedly as he did?
There was little to separate the Alpine pair again in 2022, but one driver suffered more from unreliability than the other.
In his second year as Sebastian Vettel’s team mate, Lance Stroll contributed a smaller share of his team’s points.
Sergio Perez looked a bigger challenger to Max Verstappen over the opening races of the season – but then the world champion clicked with Red Bull’s latest chassis.
Do Mick Schumacher’s performance alongside his team mate show Haas were right to replace him at the end of 2022?
Yuki Tsunoda was closer to Pierre Gasly’s pace this year than in his debut season, but also compromised his team mate more than once.
Zhou Guanyu was out-scored by team mate Valtteri Bottas but his form over the season showed why Alfa Romeo kept him on for another year.
George Russell beat Lewis Hamilton by 25 points in their first season as team mates, but is that a fair reflection of how well the pair drove?
Nicholas Latifi had a change of team mate for 2022 but remained firmly under the cosh at Williams, and was shown the door at the end of the year.
Having been out-scored by his team mate last year, Charles Leclerc led the way in 2022, but Carlos Sainz Jnr raised his game as the season went on.
As Sebastian Vettel headed for retirement, Max Verstappen concluded the most dominant championship-winning campaign since his 2013 title.
Sebastian Vettel ended his F1 career, for now, at last weekend’s Abu Dhabi GP as the outright holder of 11 records in the world championship
George Russell became Formula 1’s newest winner in last weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix, meaning the series now has a dozen race-winners in its field.
While Max Verstappen broke one record, his Red Bull RB18 is closing on a benchmark set by the famed McLaren-Honda MP4/4.
Red Bull have been fined $7m by the FIA for breaching the 2021 budget cap. But how does that penalty compare to previous fines by the governing body?
Max Verstappen equalled Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel’s record of winning 13 races in a season, but from lower grid positions.
Max Verstappen won his second Formula 1 title in what was officially the slowest race the championship has ever held.
Qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix produced the closest fight for pole position involving three different teams for almost two decades.
Max Verstappen is on his way to a second world championship – and he has a strong chance of breaking records held by Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and others as he does.
Honda’s engines have won more than half of the Formula 1 races which have been held since the manufacturer announced its plans to leave the series.