Which Formula 1 driver put on the most impressive overtaking display during last year’s races? There were 13 occasions when drivers made up a dozen places or more.
As 2018 draws to a close, read our complete review of last year’s championship including all the driver rankings, team reports, statistics and much more.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes faced their strongest opposition yet from Ferrari in 2018, but were more than equal to the challenge.
It said a lot about Ferrari’s 2018 season that their constructors’ championship hopes lasted longer than Sebastian Vettel’s bid to win the drivers’ title did.
Formula 1’s 10 teams spent $2.2 billion between them in 2018. Find out which of them were the best – and worst – value for money.
Red Bull had their strongest season of the V6 hybrid era so far, but it wasn’t enough to save their relationship with engine supplier Renault.
In 2018 Formula 1 enjoyed its closest competition since the V6 hybrid turbo rules were introduced. But only three teams were contenders for victory.
Renault continued its upward trend in 2018 but ended the season under a cloud following the arrest of its parent company’s CEO.
Fifth place in its third season of Formula 1 was an excellent result for Haas, though it had the potential to finish fourth.
The United States Grand Prix, which saw Kimi Raikkonen’s first F1 victory for more than five years, was voted the best race of the season by RaceFans readers.
In its first season after splitting from works engine partner Honda, McLaren discovered just how far it must go to become competitive again.
Financial problems jeopardised Force India’s future in 2018, but emerged under new owners potentially in stronger shape for the years ahead.
Great passes, enormous crashes and the fastest Formula 1 cars ever – look back at the best of the action from the 2018 season.
Ferrari power units plus Ferrari’s sensational star driver helped Sauber make a “huge step forward” in 2018 according to team principal Frederic Vasseur.
Toro Rosso has always been Red Bull’s ‘kindergarten’ for new drivers, but in 2018 they had another role: testing the Honda power units which the senior team will use next year.
Daniel Ricciardo’s shock departure from Red Bull was one of many stories RaceFans broke in 2018. Here’s a selection of our favourites.
After fighting for fourth in the 2017 constructors’s championship Williams never looked like ending 2018 anywhere other than last.
Who had the least reliable car? Who scored the most of their team’s points? Here are the telling stats on every F1 driver’s performance in 2018.
You’ve seen RaceFans’ verdict on the best F1 drivers of the season – now it’s time for you to name your 2018 Driver of the Year.
Lewis Hamilton hit his stride in the sceond half of 2018, won his fifth world championship in style, and is RaceFans’ Formula 1 driver of the year.