As we prepare to close the book on 2017, take a look back at F1 Fanatic’s complete review of the 68th world championship season.
Why did more drivers fail to finish races in 2017 than last year? The data reveals it wasn’t just down to power unit problems.
If you missed any of our most-read features, articles, news or quizzes throughout 2017, you can find the very best of them in one place here.
The 2017 F1 season is history. But how well do you remember this year’s 20 races? Take our newest quiz to find out.
Look back at the highlights of the 2017 F1 season which drew the most attention on F1 Fanatic’s Twitter feeds.
The final race of the 2017 F1 season received the second-lowest score seen since Rate the Race began in 2008. Here’s your verdict on the year.
Lewis Hamilton was voted Driver of the Year by F1 Fanatic readers. Plus, find out who won Driver of the Weekend at all 20 of this year’s races.
From a surprise retirement to some dodgy moves on the track, 2017 was not short of laughs. Enjoy the best of this year’s Caption Competition winners.
No one managed to go from last place to first during a race in 2017 but one driver came close. Here are the ten best charges through the field we saw in 2017.
The all-time record for most pole positions fell during 2017 and many other statistical milestones were reached too. Here’s the most notable from each race.
Who went all year without collecting a penalty? Which driver tended to finish one place lower than he started? Discover these telling stats and more.
The F1 Fanatic verdict on the best driver of 2017 is in – now it’s time to have your say. Vote for your driver of the year here.
After three years of fighting ‘the enemy within’ Lewis Hamilton seemed to thrive on battling for a championship against a rival from another team.
Max Verstappen is arguably the most spectacular driver in Formula One today. So it was especially unfortunate that he completed the fewest racing laps of any driver.
Sebastian Vettel led the world championship for more than half the year not because he had the best car, but because of how well he drove it.
Fernando Alonso relished F1’s return to faster cars in 2017 and gave every indication that he is ready to deliver with a more competitive car next year.
Felipe Massa has bowed out of Formula One after 269 grands prix and 11 victories. Look back on his career highlights in pictures.
Daniel Ricciardo out-scored Max Verstappen this year despite having more race-ending technical failures. So why is he ranked behind his team mate?
In his first year at Mercedes Valtteri Bottas produced a season of two halves which contrasted sharply, though he won three times.
Sergio Perez had his work cut out to keep rising star Esteban Ocon in his place during 2017. He prevailed, but it was too close for comfort.