Lewis Hamilton clinched his second world championship title in style this year with 11 wins from 19 races. Here’s a look back on how he did it.
Formula One enjoyed an exciting fight for the drivers’ championship in 2014 both thanks to and in spite of Mercedes’ efforts.
CVC Capital Partners, the majority owners of Formula One, have announced Bernie Ecclestone has rejoined the board following his bribery trial earlier this year.
Who was your top driver of the 2014 season? Read the F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings in full and vote for who you think was best.
Ricciardo consistently qualified strongly, raced even better, and made very few mistakes. And he emphatically beat his four-times world champion team mate.
It’s doubtful Fernando Alonso could have done much better in a car which was rarely capable of reaching the podium, let alone winning races.
Did the right man win the championship? Absolutely. But Lewis Hamilton only comes in third place in this year’s driver rankings.
To appreciate just how impressive it was Red Bull won three races in 2014 it’s worth recalling how dire the situation was for them at the start of the year.
Ferrari has announced a reorganisation of its key technical staff following the departures of director of engineering Pat Fry and chief designer Nikolas Tombazis.
Valtteri Bottas finished fourth in the championship following an outstanding second year in the Williams.
Williams enjoyed their best season for 11 years, but can this once-great team find a way to sustain that momentum?
Here’s why championship runner-up Nico Rosberg takes the fifth spot in the end-of-season rankings.
Although they fell short of their ultimate goal Alonso and Ferrari took 11 wins and 44 podium finishes in five years. Here’s a look back on their partnership in pictures.
This should have been the year Ferrari got back in contention for the championship. But a miserable season led to sweeping changes at the team.
Here are the top ten overtaking moves of 2014 as nominated by you. But which was the best pass of the year? Cast your vote here.
The moment the chequered flag fell on the 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, every car on the track became obsolete. So what happens to all the old parts?
Who’s in the bottom half of the top ten drivers of 2014? Find out here.
Mercedes moved the goalposts a long way in 2014. The W05’s lap time advantage was almost twice that Red Bull enjoyed during their best year.
Nico Hulkenberg had his first test in Porsche’s 919 LMP1 car at Motorland Aragon in Spain earlier this week.
As we continue to count down the F1 Fanatic Driver Rankings for 2015, here are the five drivers just outside the top ten.