Red Bull’s domination of F1 is set to continue after Max Verstappen won the season-opener in crushing style. But Fernando Alonso stole the show with a fine drive to third.
Max Verstappen closed the book on a historic season for Red Bull with victory in Abu Dhabi, while Sebastian Vettel’s final grand prix proved a dramatic one.
Nearly two years after almost securing a stunning win on his debut, George Russell took his first a grand prix victory which ensured Mercedes avoided a win-less season.
Lewis Hamilton knew hew was in trouble as soon as he saw Max Verstappen was starting the Mexican Grand Prix on softer tyres than him.
On a sad weekend for Red Bull after the loss of founder Dietrich Mateschitz, Max Verstappen triumphed over adversity to clinch the constructors championship.
The world championship was decided in unsatisfactory circumstances at Suzuka, but Max Verstappen’s top-drawer performance proved him a worthy winner.
Sergio Perez produced a masterful performance to win at a slippery Singapore – despite a post-race investigation over his driving behind the Safety Car.
Ferrari’s efforts to deny Max Verstappen another win were thwarted by Red Bull’s speed and the controversial decision not to restart the Italian Grand Prix.
Red Bull’s brave tactical call delivered another win for Max Verstappen but this time it was Mercedes, not Ferrari, he had to beat.
Max Verstappen produced a champion’s drive to win the Belgian Grand Prix from 14th on the grid, virtually assuring his second world title.
Ferrari and Charles Leclerc squandered a vital opportunity to gain ground on championship leaders Ferrari and Max Verstappen in Hungary.
Ferrari’s French Grand Prix was all going according to plan until Charles Leclerc’s mistake handed victory and even more vital points to Max Verstappen.
Charles Leclerc knew he could win the Austrian Grand Prix despite his sprint race defeat to Max Verstappen – and he did.
Carlos Sainz Jnr’s day of destiny provided one of the best stories of the season, but some serious incidents could have ruined the British Grand Prix
Max Verstappen took another useful step towards winning a second world championship by resisting lap after lap of pressure from Carlos Sainz Jnr to win the Canadian Grand Prix.
A double retirement for Ferrari opened the door for Max Verstappen to lead a Red Bull one-two in Azerbaijan, marking a sharp swing in fortunes between the two teams.
Red Bull capitalised as Ferrari blew their shot at winning the Monaco Grand Prix but it was Sergio Perez, not Max Verstappen, who took the spoils.
Max Verstappen retook the championship lead in Spain despite an early off, and with some help from his team mate, after Charles Leclerc hit trouble.
Max Verstappen overcame limited practice time on Friday and a qualifying mistake on Saturday to conquer Ferrari in Miami on Sunday.
“It won’t happen again” vowed Charles Leclerc after his late-race spin at Imola allowed a dominant Max Verstappen to cut his points lead.