Aston Martin has taken the biggest step relative to the grid in 2023. But as the team that only managed P7 in the Constructors' standings in 2021 and 2022, how did they get here?
2022 had an amazing silly season amongst the drivers during the Summer Break, but the real silly season was amongst the team principals. Here's everything that transpired in this chaotic off-season.
Formula One has had its share of sketchy sponsors, given the money-centric nature of the sport, but perhaps none has been as influential as the cigarette conglomerate that bankrolled the sport's expansion; Philip Morris International.
The Sao Paulo Sprint at Brazil gave us a very fun short race, with some exciting action on every lap. The sprint weekend format is not exactly the most popular amongst F1 fans... So what made that one different?
Formula 1 underwent one of the biggest rule changes in its history in 2022, and as Adrian Newey put it, the biggest change in 40 years. The aim was to provide closer racing, make it easier for cars to follow each other and bring the field closer. Did they deliver? Did they live up to the promise?
After the Australian GP in 2022, everyone thought Ferrari would run away with the championship, and that it would be really difficult for Max to defend his title. But Max and Red Bull Racing ran away with it, and Ferrari were left in the dust. What went wrong?
Sebastian Vettel's last weekend in F1, Max Verstappen's 15th win of the season and the battle for P2 in the drivers' standings. The Abu Dhabi GP was an emotional one for everybody. Danke Seb.