Fernando Alonso will stand down from Toyota’s World Endurance Championship team at the end of the current season.
Who was the best driver during the 2019 Australian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Ferrari has confirmed Brendon Hartley and Pascal Wehrlein will be part of its Formula 1 simulator programme in 2019.
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.
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.
Brendon Hartley lost his seat at Toro Rosso after starting the year badly and missing his best chances to deliver a big points score.
Brendon Hartley says he doesn’t enjoy the politics of life in Formula 1 and was surprised to learn his place at Toro Rosso was under threat a few races into the championship.
Brendon Hartley was told he had to do one thing to secure his place in Formula 1 next year: Beat Pierre Gasly. How close did he get?
Max Verstappen and Romain Grosjean have collected the most penalty points since the system was introduced in F1. But two drivers kept clean sheets in 2018.
Lewis Hamilton, Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly were out final star drivers of 2018 in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – here’s why.
Despite sacrificing his lead with a very early pit stop. Lewis Hamilton never looked like losing the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and ended the season on a high.
Brendon Hartley has found it difficult to adapt to Formula 1’s high degradation tyres after racing in the World Endurance Championship, according to his Toro Rosso team boss.
Lewis Hamilton capped his championship-winning season with his 11th victory of the year at the season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Lewis Hamilton set a new record by becoming the first driver to score more than 400 points in a world championship season.
Lewis Hamilton won the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen. Here is the provisional race result.
Lewis Hamilton took his 11th pole position of the 2018 season in Abu Dhabi as Mercedes swept the front row of the grid for the season finale.
Lewis Hamilton leads the provisional grid for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, ahead of Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas.
Lewis Hamilton was quickest in final practice ahead of the Ferraris, as Daniel Ricciardo suffered another technical problem.
Last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix winner Valtteri Bottas headed the second practice session today for Mercedes but there was little to choose between the top teams.
Max Verstappen led the two Red Bull drivers in first practice for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix but was frustrated again by a suspected engine braking problem.