The chequered flag is about to fall on 2016. Read F1 Fanatic’s entire season review here including features, driver rankings, statistics, pictures and more.
As the second-most popular driver among F1 Fanatic readers bows out, where do the rest rank in your affections? And what about outgoing champion Nico Rosberg?
Well done Baku? The new addition to the calendar in 2016 proved the least popular race of the year among F1 Fanatic readers.
With 2016 almost behind us, now’s the time to revisit a selection of the best and most popular articles from F1 Fanatic this year.
The whopping 21-race Formula One left little time for following over championships. Watch these ten great races you may have missed this year.
F1 Fanatic readers kept the laughs coming throughout 2016 in our regular caption competitions. Here are all 29 of this year’s winners.
F1 Fanatic readers have voted Daniel Ricciardo as the best driver of the 2016 F1 season . It’s the second time he’s won the Driver of the Year poll.
Mercedes’ crushing dominance was the theme of the year again but 2016 also saw F1’s ever-growing calendar reach new heights.
Formula One’s epic 21-race journey this year is at an end. Here are the most spectacular and striking images from the 2016 F1 season.
Furious rows, joyous celebrations and simmering controversies: The team radios again provided some of the most dramatic moments of the season in 2016.
Mercedes’ rivals will be relishing the uncertainty the champions have been plunged into as the year comes to an end.
Red Bull bounced back from a difficult 2015 with victories in Spain and Malaysia. But their biggest win in 2016 came off the track.
Sebastian Vettel couldn’t hide his frustration as Ferrari failed to build on recent progress in his second season with the team.
Force India’s deputy team principal Bob Fernley is optimistic that fourth place does not represent the limit of what they can achieved.
Williams might have expected to be beaten by Red Bull in 2016, but losing to fellow Mercedes customers Force India was a bitter pill.
Was McLaren’s second season of using Honda’s V6 hybrid turbo really that much better than the first?
It was another season of little change at Red Bull’s kindergarten squad – with one significant exception.
F1’s newest team Haas succeeded in their debut season and crucially were able to shift their priorities to 2017 early in the year.
When the covers came off the first true Renault F1 car for seven years at the beginning of 2016, the team’s expectations were startlingly low.
The 2016 season saw the rise of Max-mania, the British Grand Prix winner go crowd-surfing and an emotional Brazilian Grand Prix farewell for Felipe Massa.