Nyck de Vries’ rookie season in Formula 1 would ultimately last just ten rounds. Sadly, this earns him the bottom spot on the 2023 rankings.
In the round-up: McLaren on “right track” – Norris • Hamilton’s third-place trophy misplaced • Not winning Le Mans “difficult to accept” – Buemi
Which special liveries did you enjoy the most through the 2023 season? Pick up to three of your favourites in this week’s poll.
In the round-up: In the round-up: Qualifying my “Achilles heel” – Ricciardo • Vasseur forbids ‘what ifs’ at Ferrari • Verstappen joins charity simrace
Carlos Sainz Jnr says he is “perfectly confident” that Ferrari have the ability to close their performance deficit to Red Bull.
Formula 2 champion Theo Pourchaire says he is “disappointed” not to get an opportunity to race in Formula 1 next season.
What were the Alfa Romeo pair thinking as they trekked through the desert? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
In the round-up: Hamilton questions FIA’s sustainability merits • IndyCar hybrid delay the ‘right move’ – Rahal • Forza wins Best Racing Game
World champion Max Verstappen hit ‘phenomenal new heights’ during his record-breaking season, says Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
In the round-up: Formula E vanishes from free TV in UK • F1 teams up with FIA and Extreme E on hydrogen • Fittipaldi moves to VAR
McLaren driver Oscar Piastri has received the biggest boost in the final post-season driver ratings update for the official F1 game.
The FIA has introduced a raft of changes to next year’s Formula 1 sporting regulations to open up opportunities for supplementary testing.
The FIA has modified its regulations for Formula 2 and Formula 3 to make its language inclusive of all drivers, in a first for the series.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner predicts world champion Max Verstappen will be no less driven and strong in 2024.
In the round-up: Leclerc to extend deal with Ferrari – reports • Jaguar opens new Formula E HQ • F4 racer Lacorte joins Alpine academy
Frederic Vasseur says that his Ferrari team have to find a way of turning up the pressure on Max Verstappen and Red Bull next season.
In the round-up: F1 should be ‘sport before spectacle’ – Wolff • Japan was Verstappen’s favourite victory • Lack of upgrades hurt us – Zhou
Should drivers be allowed to deliberately slow down before DRS detection zones or is it too dangerous? Have your say in our poll.
Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen says that Fernando Alonso has an interest in teaming up with him at Le Mans in the future.
In the round-up: 24 races “pushing the bounds” – Vowles • Hulkenberg expects early ’24 silly season • Fornaroli remains at Trident for F3 2024