The controversial Drag Reduction System was a running theme in F1 Fanatics’ worst moments of 2011.
F1 Fanatics pick their favourite moments of 2011.
Who do you think was the best F1 driver of 2011? Cast your vote here.
The double-champion raised his game in almost every area in 2011.
Alonso’s season was a case study in what a world class driver can achieve with a sub-par car.
F1 Fanatic reviews the official 2011 F1 season video, available for the first time in high definition.
It was Jenson Button, not Lewis Hamilton, who brought home McLaren’s best results.
Renault were on the podium in the first two races but scored just one point in the final four rounds.
Former F1 driver Luis Perez-Sala has taken over from Colin Kolles as team principal at HRT.
Nico Rosberg continues to keep his illustrious team mate handled and continues to get too little credit.
HRT has announced team principal Colin Kolles has left “due to the new direction that the team has taken.”
Force India ended the year sixth, their best finish since 2002, just four points behind Renault.
Hamilton continued to blame personal problems as he blew hot and cold in 2011.
Sauber’s disqualification from the first race almost cost them a place in the constructors’ championship.
The second part of F1 Fanatic’s 2011 driver rankings include the ten drivers to sixth place.
Sergio Perez says it took him four races to shake off the after-effects of his crash in Monaco.
Toro Rosso saw one of the most intriguing team mate battles of the year.
The first half of the 2011 F1 driver rankings with your comments.
Adrian Sutil became the ninth different F1 racer to be voted Driver of the Weekend in 2011.
Williams are caught in a downward spiral of worsening performance and falling sponsorship.