Despite lacking the budget of the top teams, Williams consolidated their status as F1’s top privateers by holding on to third place in the championship.
Force India sealed their best ever result of fifth in the championship thanks to their mid-season upgrade for the VJM08.
Toro Rosso could have achieved a lot more with their exciting rookie driver line-up had the car reached the chequered flag more often.
Sauber swiftly banished the demons of last year by scoring points i the first race of 2015. But that proved the high-point of their season.
After 15 years as a works Citroen driver multiple World Rally Champion Sebastian Loeb drove his final race for the French marque in the WTCC season finale in Qatar.
Nico Rosberg rounded out the 2015 Formula 1 season in winning style, securing his third successive victory under the lights at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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Kimi Raikkonen says he is disappointed after a disastrous start dropped him to the back of the field at Monza and forced him to fight back to fifth place.
Sebastian Vettel says his first podium appearance at Monza as a Ferrari driver was ‘the best second place’ of his career.
The championship advantage for Lewis Hamilton now stands at 53 points after the Mercedes driver’s victory at today’s Italian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg says that he was ‘very unlucky’ this weekend after a second technical issue in two days took him out of the Italian Grand Prix with just three laps remaining.
Lewis Hamilton’s victory at the Italian Grand Prix has been confirmed after stewards decided not to penalise Mercedes for a tyre pressure infringement.
The result of the Italian Grand Prix remains provisional as Mercedes are under investigation for a possible tyre pressure technical infringement.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the Italian Grand Prix by almost half a minute from Sebastian Vettel as Nico Rosberg retired with engine failure three laps from the finish.
Lewis Hamilton took his seventh win of the season in Monza with Sebastian Vettel second and Felipe Massa third for Williams.
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Lewis Hamilton will start the Italian Grand Prix from pole position, with Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen alongside him on the front row.
Max Verstappen has been given a drive through penalty for tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix after the engine cover tore off his Toro Rosso at the end of Q1.
Sauber’s Marcus Ericsson will start 13th on the grid after receiving a three-place grid penalty for impeding Nico Hulkenberg during qualifying.
Kimi Raikkonen says Ferrari are surprised by their performance having secured second place on the grid for tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix.