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It was business as usual for Red Bull’s kindergarten in 2012. Toro Rosso brought up the rear of the midfield with two new drivers.
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One must remain entertaining to be successful, saying: “All sports today are show business.”
F1 Fanatic readers nominated 109 different overtaking moves for best pass of the year. Here’s the top ten – now it’s time to vote for the best.
In the round-up: No government money for Turkish GP ?σΤιΌ?σ Pirelli to make tyres more aggressive ?σΤιΌ?σ COTA wants change of race date
FIA president Jean Todt praised the work of Formula One race stewards and urged them to ensure consistency in their decisions.
The Turkish government needs to provide financial support for a race at Istanbul Park if the Grand Prix is to return to the calendar.
A down-to-the-wire scrap for tenth overall was not what Caterham envisaged in a season when they hoped to challenge in the midfield.
At the end of another terrific season here are 50 things – some big, some small – which made it special.
In the round-up: Ecclestone says Schumacher shouldn’t have come back ?σΤιΌ?σ Brawn believes Hamilton can succeed with Mercedes ?σΤιΌ?σ Buttons want tyre change
The FIA has dropped a plan to cut F1 car downforce in 2014 as well as a proposal to make them run on electric power only in the pits.
The FIA has confirmed a series of changes to the F1 rules for the 2013 season.
The FIA has moved the date of the German Grand Prix forward by a week to create space on the calendar for a new European event.
Marussia had a tough season in 2012. And just when it looked like coming good it turned sour in the final moments.
In the round-up: Raikkonen likes Lotus’s lack of politics ?σΤιΌ?σ Ecclestone has “a thousand more ideas” ?σΤιΌ?σ FIA to boost income by ?ι?ϊ24.8m
Is it true that “no one remembers who finishes second” in Formula One? Take these 20 questions and find out how good your F1 knowledge is.
HRT’s third season in Formula One appears to have been its last. The loss of a team, however small, is to the detriment of the sport.
Guest writer Greg Morland looks back on our pre-2012 predictions and assess how well we foresaw the year ahead.
In the round-up: McLaren optimistic for 2013 ?σΤιΌ?σ Marko criticises “political” Alonso ?σΤιΌ?σ More on Nurburgring’s 2013 race prospects
McLaren overtook Red Bull as the quickest team in 2012. Ferrari were quicker than in 2011 – but Lotus were ahead. Here’s all the data.