With the 2014 F1 season in the books we're rating the drivers' performances over the course of the year. First up we're looking at 22 through 20.
Lewis Hamilton has been crowned Formula 1 World Champion for the second time after winning today's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
This weekend marks the finale of the 2014 Formula 1 season. And what a year it has been.
From the Hollywood plot of Lauda and Hunt to the bitter ending of Prost-Senna, F1 has had some incredible title deciders over the years. Here are five of the best.
As he prepares for his final race as a full-time F1 designer, we question whether Adrian Newey’s genius has been bad for the sport.
Would points systems from years gone by favour Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg more than the 2014 rules?
Bernie Ecclestone has attracted significant attention today following an interview with Campaign Asia-Pacific.
12 months ago he had a pre-contract agreement with Ferrari, but Nico Hulkenberg will still be at a midfield team in 2015. Will he ever break out?
With this year's world title decider just over a week away we're taking a look at the closest F1 championship battles in history.
Force India are the latest privateer F1 team to have their future called into question after it was revealed that the squad had recorded a loss of £38.5million in its most recent accounts.
I look forward to three teams battling it out for glory this season, with more overtaking at the sharp end, a better, more equable division of money to prevent half the paddock being permanently broke and a vision for the future that extends beyond the selfishly short term. Oh, yes – and I believe in the tooth fairy too.
Jenson Button has refused to dismiss speculation concerning his expected imminent retirement from Formula One and it is widely predicted that he will quit the sport within days of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton, like Dorian Gray, must have a distressing portrait of himself in the attic, for Formula One’s world champion parties hard without sustaining any visible damage.
There were groans all round as we escapees from a British winter arrived in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The clouds might have been painted by John Constable in one of his gloomier moods, and there was wind and rain in the desert air.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix started in a blaze of sunshine but ended under a fast dusking sky in a way that was symbolic of Lewis Hamilton’s 2015 Formula One season.
The Spanish rider appears to be recovering well from his horror crash.
Erik Sviatchenko does not regret not playing against Manchester United in the Europa League this week.
Formula One is in danger of dying unless it respects its traditional circuits by keeping them on the calendar. That was the stark warning from the former world champion Damon Hill as he arrived at Monaco for the most glamorous, most celebrated race of all.
Who will join Rosberg, Magnussen and Verstappen in F1's second-generation club next season?
Lewis Hamilton has said he would like to celebrate his 100th grand prix with a win in Hockenheim on Sunday. He made his debut at the Australian Grand Prix for McLaren alongside then team-mate Fernando Alonso in 2007 and after a blistering rookie year in which he finished second went on to win the world championship a year later in 2008.
Lewis Hamilton believes his season will only improve after his win at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, having narrowed the gap in the title battle with his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg, from 43 points to nine in the space of just two races.
Monaco could not have been much worse for Max Verstappen, he finished in the wall three times in Monte Carlo, the third, in the race, ending his afternoon.
Lewis Hamilton dedicating his win to Muhammad Ali was certainly a heartfelt tribute after he took his fifth victory at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. But there was greater resonance for the season as a whole as his performance here has brought to the Formula One world championship all the hallmarks of the champ climbing into the ring and positively demanding his opponent step up to the fight.