The curtain is about to come up on a new season of Formula 1. How’s the new season going to unfold? Make your predictions here now.
The first person every driver wants to beat is his team mate. Give your verdict on who’ll come out on top in each team in 2012.
Marussia’s fellow 2010 debutants have made measurable progress in the last two seasons, but the team formerly known as Virgin have not.
HRT’s new car has run before the first race weekend of the new season, which is already an improvement on their previous two campaigns.
Caterham team principal Tony Fernandes says it’s time for them to join the midfield in 2012.
Three top-ten finishes was all Williams had to show for their efforts in 2011. The team have to bounce back in 2012.
Which team has the best-looking car this year? Compare all 12 of the 2012 F1 cars and cast your vote.
Toro Rosso have an all-new and inexperienced driver line-up for 2012 in Daniel Ricciardo and Jean-Eric Vergne.
A new F1 season brings the usual raft of rules changes, tweaks and clarifications. Here’s a quick guide to what’s new.
Sauber moved up the order in 2011 but face a challenge to continue their progress this year in the face of stronger midfield opposition.
Force India have gambled on a relatively inexperienced driver line-up in their bid to move up the F1 pecking order in 2012. Will it pay off?
Lotus have an exciting new driver line-up in Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean. But they lost four day of running in testing.
The pressure is on Mercedes to raise their game in 2012. Will the W03 allow Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg to fight for wins?
Ferrari have gone radical with their F2012 – but will the gamble pay off?
McLaren have been world championship runners-up for the last two seasons and are aiming to bring Red Bull’s domination to an end.
The F1 Fanatic 2012 season preview continues with the first of our team profiles – on reigning world champions Red Bull.
Having had no French drivers in the last two F1 seasons there are three in the rookie class of 2012 – plus Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo.
Raikkonen’s comeback, F1’s return to America and more things to look forward to in the 2012 F1 season.
The F1 Twitter directory has been brought up-to-date in time for car launch season and a new Facebook directory has been added.
With few major changes in the technical rules for 2012, could teams have more scope to innovate? John Beamer looks at the season ahead.