In the round-up: Williams scored points when we could – Albon • Schumacher pole would not have saved his drive – Steiner • Bottas to do Race of Champions
Pierre Gasly says that he would not change anything about his tenure at Red Bull as he departs AlphaTauri for Alpine.
The Alfa Romeo team principal had an usual way to cool down his team in France this season. Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
In the round-up: Ferrari CEO Vigna is “not satisfied with second” • Martins quickest as F2 test ends • Porsche Supercup to remain on F1 support bill until 2030
McLaren will give rookie Oscar Piastri more tests in the new year as they aim to ensure his first race in Bahrain “doesn’t actually feel like the first race for him.”
A promising debut season ensured China’s first Formula 1 driver will return in 2023. Zhou Guanyu told RaceFans how he’s adjusted to life in the top flight.
In the round-up: Ricciardo feared racing while not at his best could be “dangerous” • Doohan tops F2 test but clashes with Maini • Karting prodigy signs with Red Bull
Max Verstappen put in another peerless performance but others impressed too. For the final time in 2022, here are RaceFans’ driver ratings.
Williams has confirmed Logan Sargeant will race for them in Formula 1 next season after he successfully secured enough points for his FIA superlicence.
Max Verstappen closed the book on a historic season for Red Bull with victory in Abu Dhabi, while Sebastian Vettel’s final grand prix proved a dramatic one.
Sebastian Vettel says his Aston Martin team “threw away” sixth place in the constructor’s championship with a one-stop strategy.
Max Verstappen expertly managed his pace to turn a one-stop strategy into victory in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ahead of Charles Leclerc.
In the round-up: Pirelli add sixth compound to 2023 range • Alpine surprised by McLaren pace • Correa penalised for Sato clash
Red Bull have their first front row lock-out for four years and look set to dominate. But there are other fights to follow in Sunday’s finale.
Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jnr were surprised how far off the pace Mercedes were in qualifying for tomorrow’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi revealed he threatened to replace drivers Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon as punishment for clashing in Interlagos.
Max Verstappen beat Red Bull team mate Sergio Perez to take pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, ahead of the two Ferraris.
Sergio Perez headed a Red Bull one-two ahead of Mercedes in final practice for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina circuit.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says his team can “look after” Mick Schumacher if he wants a place within the team.
In the round-up: Brazil marshals cut fence to allow Magnussen back to paddock • O’Ward feared practice run would be cut short • F1 Manager patch “early December”