In the round-up: “The way F1 is run isn’t good enough” – Hamilton • Capito to leave McLaren • Moto GP’s Rossi ‘almost joined F1’
In the round-up: F1 faces new budget cap threat • Hamilton “felt disrespected” after Abu Dhabi • 2016 easier for Renault
From Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg colliding in Spain to Max Verstappen’s immense save in Brazil, here are ten of the best F1 fan videos from 2016.
In the round-up: Williams ‘offer £5m for Massa return’ • Schumacher photo ‘on sale’ • Kvyat says he matched Ricciardo
Are Red Bull cooking up another shock for the driver market with skier Lindsey Vonn? Post your funniest caption ideas for this picture.
In the round-up: Williams ‘made too little progress over winter’ • Wehrlein underestimated off-track demands
Comfortably the most successful non-Mercedes driver this year, Daniel Ricciardo won just once in 2016 but was owed two more.
A fourth world championship title eluded Lewis Hamilton in 2016. Technical trouble made it hard for him to hold onto his crown but it wasn’t impossible.
In the round-up: Williams would release Bottas to Mercedes if Massa returns • Force India want “competitive” F1 • Hulkenberg thinks Force India have peaked
Max Verstappen received a surprise promotion to Red Bull just four races into the year and was arguably the team’s leading driver by the end of the season.
Fernando Alonso driver a tremendous season in 2016 but the McLaren driver didn’t get anything like the reward which was deserved.
In the round-up: Only Verstappen could threaten Hamilton – Ecclestone • Sainz not joining Mercedes – Horner • Bottas “crucial” to Williams
There is no asterisk next to Nico Rosberg’s world championship, yet the debate over the manner in which he won it isn’t going away.
Carlos Sainz Jnr didn’t get the promotion to Red Bull his team mate enjoyed but was not demotivated in the least, producing a string of top-drawer drives.
In the round-up: Alonso suggests covering wheels for safer wet races • Ecclestone wants Bottas at Mercedes • Sainz raised game after Red Bull snub
Sebastian Vettel endured his second win-less season in three years in 2016 and the Ferrari driver’s frustration was clear to see.
Sergio Perez’s F1 career continued its post-McLaren recovery in his third season at Force India as he made two appearances on the podium.
In the round-up: Lack of points cost Gutierrez his seat • Mercedes to make second Bottas bid • Brown targets 2018 for McLaren deal
Before the 2016 season began it seemed incredible Nico Hulkenberg had never visited the podium. Following his near-misses this year it almost appears unjust.
“They did their best” might be true of the drivers but has FOM done a good job of the official 2016 F1 season review video?