In the round-up: Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says the team may still look beyond the pair it tested in Abu Dhabi to find its second driver for 2018.
Notable posts from Twitter, Instagram and more:
The last Alfa Romeo-powered #F1 car: the 1987 Osella FA1I, as driven by Alex Caffi.
— F1 Fanatic (@f1fanatic_co_uk) November 29, 2017
— Mercedes-AMG F1 (@MercedesAMGF1) November 29, 2017
— Will Joseph (@Blondie_wdj) November 29, 2017
— Fernando Alonso (@alo_oficial) November 29, 2017
Ferrari was the only team doing a media session with its driver today. Strange end to this season…
— Christian Menath (@MSM_Christian) November 29, 2017
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Renault has become the latest team to unveil a full-size Lego version of its current F1 car. Ferrari did the same earlier this year:
From the forum
Happy birthday to Anirudh, Daniel and Mark Stevenson!
November on F1 Fanatic
A selection of F1 Fanatic’s top reads from last month which you might have missed:
- Bottas grabs confidence-boosting victory in lifeless finale
- Goodbye open cockpits, hello Halo: F1’s ten great watershed moments
- Quiz: How much do you remember of Massa’s F1 career?
- Norris facts: 12 things you should know about McLaren’s future F1 driver
- Vettel’s Singapore crash is why his title hopes are over
- Vettel puts Ferrari back on top as Mercedes slip up
- How a secret Mercedes engine mode helped pressure Vettel into a race-ending puncture
- It’s not over yet: Top ten ‘dead rubbers’ that rocked
- Newey gives new insight into Senna’s death and why he feels guilty over it
- Analysis: Why Ferrari’s latest quit threat is different
- Analysis: Was Kvyat unlucky to be dropped – or lucky to be kept?