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We conclude our season analysis of all 20 drivers by assessing the three big guns: Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Next under the spotlight at the end of the season are the teams who battled it out in the midfield: Force India, Williams, Renault and Toro Rosso.
In the first of three parts, we assess each driver’s performance this season, starting with those at Haas, McLaren-Honda and Sauber.
With the 2017 season done and dusted it is time to reflect on the events of the past year. We have a question from every round of the calendar. so let’s see how well you do!
The 2017 season is in the history books, so let’s take a trip down memory lane and re-live the most important moments from an action-packed campaign.
The season ended with a victory and a TMW’s point for Valtteri Bottas while Pascal Wehrlein’s point doesn’t look as if it will be enough to secure his F1 future.
Monster Energy’s Eric Johnson spoke with the four-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton…
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That was a pretty ugly end to a season that promised so much…and we’re not just talking about the race in Abu Dhabi.
Despite holding off Lewis Hamilton to win in Abu Dhabi, Valtteri Bottas remains Mercedes number two – at least according to the bookies.