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As reports of Mercedes closing in on Valtteri Bottas’ signature for 2017 gain momentum, PlanetF1’s Melvill fears it is the safe and uninspired choice.
Season withdrawal symptoms setting in already? While you’re waiting for the next race on March 26th, we’ve just launched some pretty impressive new pieces.
High-level racing is a test of skill and endurance, and some of the best drivers are so consistent at their craft they represent one of the safest bets in all of sports.
Nico Rosberg stunned the world of motorsport when he announced his retirement from Formula 1 just days after winning his maiden Driver’s Championship title.
The FIA and Autosport have had their awards ceremonies honouring the great and the good. So it’s PF1’s turn to honour some of the lesser achievements of 2016. And we do mean lesser.
It was Nico Rosberg’s year as he won the prize most coveted in the sport. Statistically speaking it was also a great season for the German, but who else wrote themselves into the record books in 2016?
What do Lewis Hamilton and Haas have in common? They were the best in their respective categories for 2016…
From an A for new World Champion Nico Rosberg to a B grade – marked down for bad behaviour – for Lewis Hamilton, Richard F Rose hands out the 2016 report cards.
Rio Haryanto scored an F in his brief F1 career, joined at the bottom of the rankings by two other drivers.
Nico Rosberg’s shock retirement will be a blessing for at least one driver as someone new is going to be racing for the championship-winning Mercedes team next season.