Who are the most closely-matched Formula 1 team mates so far in 2018? And who is being dominated by the guy in the other garage? Here’s the full data.
In his first year alongside Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas started strongly, earned a one-year contract extension after the summer break, then slumped.
For the third year running Sebastian Vettel had the beating of Kimi Raikkonen, though he had a bit of help from the Ferrari pit wall.
Red Bull’s finishing rate in 2017 was so poor the cars only took the chequered flag together seven times in 20 races, but Verstappen was usually ahead.
Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon pushed each other so hard it drove Force India to ban the pair from racing each other.
Lance Stroll was blown away in qualifying by Felipe Massa but fared a lot better in the races in his first season of F1.
The contest between Nico Hulkenberg and Jolyon Palmer at Renault was so one-sided it came as no surprise that Palmer was shown the door.
The battle between Carlos Sainz Jnr and Daniil Kvyat at Toro Rosso was remarkably similar to how it unfolded 12 months earlier.
Fernando Alonso is not at all shy when it comes to pressing his point about how well he’s been driving. And it isn’t hard to see why.
Although Romain Grosjean was the top scorer at Haas again, Kevin Magnussen has plenty to be pleased about his first season at the team.
Sauber fiercely rejected reports they had given favourable treatment to Marcus Ericsson during 2017 at the expense of the more competitive Pascal Wehrlein.
Esteban Ocon has shown signs of being a serious threat to team mate Sergio Perez which could give Force India more headaches in the second half of 2017.
Analysis of the drivers’ qualifying and race performances in 2017 reveals who can take maximum satisfaction from their season so far.
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For drivers in the midfield, seeking promotion to a front-line outfit, beating your team mate is essential. Here’s who came out on top in 2016.
At the rear of the field beating your team mate can be the difference between scoring points and missing out – as was the case in three teams this year.
Sebastian Vettel and Romain Grosjean comfortably beat their team mates in 2015 but there were much closer battles elsewhere on the grid. Find out who came out on top.
Daniel Ricciardo surprised many by beating Sebastian Vettel over the course of 2014. But the most one-sided contest was at Ferrari.