FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem wants to concentrate more on rallying after being “sucked into Formula 1” in 2022. Is that likely to happen?
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says the team’s fall to fifth place in the constructors’ championship in 2022 was a “disappointing” result.
A 15-year continuous run ended for Lewis Hamilton, in 2022. And something happened this season that has not occurred in Formula 1 since 1979.
Who says the art of overtaking is dead? Here are 12 of the best single-seater passes of 2022 – without a single DRS press between them.
Formula 1’s chief technical officer Pat Symonds believes the sport’s governing body went too far in its bid to reduce ‘porpoising’ after the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
In the round-up: FIA right to curb F1 drivers’ political statements – Brown • Ferrari back Weug for Formula Regional move • Give GPDA more clout – Stewart
Another dramatic and often controversial season of Formula 1 meant these curious and noteworthy stories from it and beyond tended to get overlooked.
What do the numbers tell us about the 2022 Formula 1 season? Here’s a revealing statistic on each of the 22 drivers…
Max Verstappen entered into his first ever world title defence with a target on his back. He ended the year a double champion and the undisputed best driver of the season.
Before the 2022 season began, McLaren signed Lando Norris to a three year extension. He spent every race weekend proving them right to do so.
Max Verstappen clinched the Formula 1 championship in anti-climactic circumstances at Suzuka, but the title fights disappointed in many single-seater series this year.
Through the first two months of the 2022 season, Charles Leclerc was a genuine title contender. It was not his fault his challenge unravelled soon after.
Fernando Alonso stunned many by signing for Aston Martin. After his 2022 season, it’s easy to see why the team want the 41-year-old on board.
George Russell’s first season at the front was likely not what he expected. However, he impressed alongside his illustrious team mate and secured Mercedes’ only win.
In the round-up: Russell: Hamilton ‘kept morale high in Mercedes’ tough moments’ • Yeany switches F3 teams • Alonso-backed Tsolov joins F3
Lewis Hamilton was determined to strike back after being denied the 2021 title. Instead he suffered his first ever winless season.
After 15 full seasons, Sebastian Vettel bowed out of Formula 1 in 2022. Despite a terrible start, he still showed why he is one of the very best this season.
RaceFans readers gave their verdict on all 22 grands prix and three sprint races this year. Here’s how you ranked every F1 race in 2022.
Esteban Ocon was the definition of solid in 2022 – consistent, reliable and occasionally great. But he also had a few run-ins with his team mate.
Sergio Perez’s second season at Red Bull was more fruitful than his first, but he still regularly had no answer to his world champion team mate Max Verstappen.