Fernando Alonso was in position to win the world championship at two different points during the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg wasn’t the only driver who impressed with his speed in the wet conditions – Jean-Eric Vergne did as well.
Sebastian Vettel’s championship hopes were almost wrecked when a fault on his radio led to him making a slow extra pit stop late in the race.
Unusually, Felipe Massa was the quicker of the two Ferraris at the Circuit of the Americas and matched Sebastian Vettel’s lap times at the end of the race.
Spins proved costly for Romain Grosjean and Paul di Resta, but the Lotus driver made it back into the points.
Almost every driver pitted just once in the United States Grand Prix but Mercedes leant towards a two-stopper which cost them dearly.
Did Ferrari and Red Bull use Felipe Massa and Mark Webber tactically to help their team mates in the drivers’ championship?
Sebastian Vettel avoided a penalty during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by allowing Romain Grosjean to re-pass him after going off the track.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and had much higher straight-line speed thanks to the changes made to his car.
Mark Webber wasn’t the only driver to lose time and places because of a KERS failure – Heikki Kovalainen did too.
Fernando Alonso said he drove ‘at 120% for 60 laps’ during the Indian Grand Prix – but Jenson Button snatched the fastest lap off him.
Lewis Hamilton’s five-wheel change for McLaren was the fourth-quickest pit stop of the race.
Daniel Ricciardo was holding eighth place in front of his team mate when a braking problem sent him off the track and ultimately cost him the position.
Fernando Alonso tried to put pressure on Red Bull in the final stint by taking it easy to begin with, then pumping in a sequence of quick laps, but to no avail.
McLaren may not be screwing their cars together very well at the moment but when it comes to pit stops there’s none faster.
Felipe Massa’s run to second place showed that the much-maligned Ferrari F2012 had strong race pace.
Sebastian Vettel couldn’t resist pumping in the fastest lap of the race on his penultimate tour of Suzuka despite his team urging him to take it easy.
McLaren set the fastest pit stop of the Japanese Grand Prix – and it allowed Lewis Hamilton to take fifth place off Kimi Raikkonen. Marussia also impressed on pit lane.
The two drivers on the front row were doomed not to finish the Singapore Grand Prix. The interactive lap and race charts show how the race developed.
Nico Hulkenberg set the fastest lap in the Singapore Grand Prix. Here’s all the drivers’ lap times from the race in an interactive chart.