Here is my personal division of the F1F content:
My life would be empty without these:
Editorial comment: This is my absolutely favourite part of the website and I just can’t get enough of it. What is more, I regularly visit http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/members/keithcollantine/ to not miss any insightful views.
F1 Fanatic round-ups: What would I do without them? This way I can spare my time and don’t have to visit 100 other websites every day as all the most important articles & quotes are summarized here.
Stats and facts: I rarely use other websites for F1 stats because almost all that I need and more is here. I have a couple of suggestions for tiny improvements in mind that I’ll post here later.
Debates and Polls: Who doesn’t love debates and polls? I never miss them.
F1 Pictures: I have to say that I underestimated their appeal when I started to visit this website regularly in 2010. There is always a great choice of high quality pictures of every driver. I often make a slideshow of them for my desktop background and have also made a short clip, combined with a song by Keane once this year. (I don’t know how legal it is but I don’t publish them anywhere, they’re just for my personal use.)
Race reviews: A race weekend is unthinkable without the F1F coverage of it, particularly the Friday practice and pre-race analysis and the revision of drivers’ performances as well as all the figures and stats like lap charts, pit stop times etc. I occasionally join the live blogs as well, although I prefer to remain focused on the TV screen during the action.
And these are simply unbelievably good:
Book, DVD and game reviews: I always read the book & DVD reviews and have bought a few, after reading the descriptions, which have proved to be very accurate. I don’t play computer games so I don’t read the game reviews.
Guest Articles: Depends on the author and topic but there have been a lot of great contributions, particularly the reports from the stands.
Grand Prix Flashbacks: Frankly speaking, I rarely get excited about F1′s past before 1996 (that is, the one that I don’t remember myself) as much as I do about the present events. Still, the articles are fabulous.
F1 technology: Just like F1 history, it’s one of my weaknesses. That is why I always try to get to know / understand more but, if I don’t have enough time for everything, the technology articles can remain unread :( Nevertheless, I consider them to be a very important part of the website.
Interviews: Exclusive interviews are always a good thing, although I can live without them, too.
Top Tens: They always make for an interesting read.