Sebastian Vettel caught up with one of his old Red Bull colleagues during the Austrian Grand Prix weekend.
Romain Grosjean met musician and fashion designer Pharrell Williams whose branding appeared on Lotus’s E23.
What were Pirelli’s Paul Hembery and Ferrari’s Maurizio Arrivabene discussing in Monaco? Enter your funniest idea for a caption.
Spanish Grand Prix winner Nico Rosberg tried his hand at a different mode of transportation earlier this year.
Former Spanish king Juan Carlos, who abdicated last year, joined the Toro Rosso team at the Bahrain Grand Prix. Add your caption to this picture.
Bernie Ecclestone and Lewis Hamilton walk and talk in the Bahrain Grand Prix paddock. What’s being said? That’s for you to decide.
Force India driver Sergio Perez tried his hand at one of India’s favourite sport’s – cricket – during the Australian Grand Prix weekend.
F1 driver turned reporter Mark Webber interviewed his former Red Bull boss Christian Horner during the Australian Grand Prix weekend. Can you come up with a caption?
It’s Caption Competition time again and as it’s launch season we’ve got another F1 driver wielding a smartphone.
It’s the time-honoured snap-a-selfie-using-our-sponsor’s-phone picture. Can you come up with a funny caption to go along with it?
F1’s record-breaking youngster Max Verstappen is preparing for his debut in March at the wheel of the team’s new car.
He’s a Ferrari man now – but last year Sebastian Vettel was a Red Bull driver. Add your best caption to this picture.
Luca di Montezemolo tries his hand at electric car racing in our latest Caption Competition.
Who better to begin the first Caption Competition of the new year with than the reigning world champion? Here’s Lewis Hamilton when he was in GP2.
Your Caption Competition suggestions kept me chuckling throughout 2014. Here are all of this year’s winners.
Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will be team mates at McLaren next year – but they have been once before.
After one season as team mates, Ferrari’s partnership between Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will be split up after 2014.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are vying to be the driver who gets both hands on the world championship trophy at next weekend’s season finale.
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton received this unusual banner to sign during the last round of the championship in Russia.
Bernie Ecclestone and Sebastian Vettel are the subject of this week’s Caption Competition.