Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Spa-Francorchamps, 2016

The best F1 action pictures of 2016

2016 F1 season reviewPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Amazing passes and dramatic crashes: here are 190 of the best action photographs from all 21 races of the 2016 F1 season.

Australian Grand Prix

Bahrain Grand Prix

Chinese Grand Prix

Russian Grand Prix

Spanish Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix

Canadian Grand Prix

European Grand Prix

Austrian Grand Prix

British Grand Prix

Hungarian Grand Prix

German Grand Prix

Belgian Grand Prix

Italian Grand Prix

Singapore Grand Prix

Malaysian Grand Prix

Japanese Grand Prix

United States Grand Prix

Mexican Grand Prix

Brazilian Grand Prix

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Yas Marina, 2016
Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Yas Marina, 2016

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8 comments on “The best F1 action pictures of 2016”

  1. I love this! Excellent compilation.

  2. There’s something about the lighting at Bahrain that makes the photographs look a lot more amaizing than the other night races. Assuming they use the same lighting systems, maybe the difference resides in the enviroment around the track. There’s nothing else but the darkness of the dessert alongside the track, whereas at Singapore and Abu Dhabi the buildings are fully lit, with different colours and all, and the walls are much closer reflecting more light on the track and cars.

  3. is the very last picture photoshopped? (the one with rosberg flying out of the car)

    1. I don’t think so.

      I have seen multiple shots of that moment in multiple angles too in several different websites !

    2. @alfa145 No, these are all original photographs.

  4. You missed the picture of Rosberg’s car deformed under load at Suzuka – see picture 1:
    http://www.peterjfox.com/cat/377/photography/2016/formula-1//japanese-grand-prix

  5. The photo of Raikonnen and Bottas in Sochi taken from the upper right is going to be my wallpaper from the foreseeable future. Great stuff, thanks for posting.

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