No longer is tyre wear an area in which Sergio Perez has the edge on Max Verstappen, says Helmut Marko.
Articles by Jon Wilde
Not a vintage 2022 for McLaren, but Lando Norris is still backing the team to reach their medium-term targets.
Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Oscar Piastri were at the forefront of a very 'silly' summer in Formula 1.
Given AlphaTauri's results, it was only natural Pierre Gasly found 2022 less satisfying than the previous season.
Ranging from the realms of fantasy to highly likely, here's our rundown of the other team principals' Ferrari chances.
Driver responsibilities left Esteban Ocon feeling "overworked" compared to Fernando Alonso.
Concerns at first for Haas over Nico Hulkenberg's desire, but they were quickly laid to rest.
A Dakar Rally bid and an off-track job at Aston Martin could be Fernando Alonso's focus come 2026.
Finishing ninth did more for his career prospects than a straightforward win, says George Russell.
They don't have a relationship yet, says Kevin Magnussen, but he expects that to change in 2023.
Sebastian Vettel as a team or driver manager? "He's a great people person," says Christian Horner.
Lando Norris is not afraid to get his elbows out these days, says his McLaren boss Zak Brown.
A Fernando Alonso-inspired Aston Martin resurgence is something Sergio Perez expects to see in 2023.
Moving to Europe at an early age has been rewarded with a place in F1 2023 for new Williams recruit Logan Sargeant.
Limited F1 testing means rookies have too few chances to prove themselves, says Guenther Steiner.
Enough personalities remain in F1 for the sport to get over two big losses, says Mick Doohan.
A bad boy? I'm just honest and straightforward, says Max Verstappen.
"No worries" for Nico Hulkenberg about the working relationship at Haas he expects with old rival Kevin Magnussen.
"Monsters" is the word Pedro de la Rosa used as he discussed the talents of Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.
Never mind AC/DC or Nirvana, a Guenther Steiner T-shirt is the ultimate 'rock star' must-have item.
Increased teamwork and strength of character should stand Mercedes in good stead for 2023.
"Rome wasn't built in a day" is Carlos Sainz's take on how Ferrari should look back on 2022.
There were parallels with a test from 20 years ago when Fernando Alonso arrived for his first day's work with Aston Martin.
Certainly no glowing tribute from Mick Schumacher towards his former boss at Haas.
Thoughts of retirement were "growing inside me for a very long time", says Sebastian Vettel.
No prizes for guessing No 1, but which other drivers were the star performers of the 2022 F1 season?
Kevin Magnussen was chosen ahead of Nico Hulkenberg pre-season as it was a more seamless process, says Guenther Steiner.
Understandably, Nicholas Latifi says he has not fulfilled everything he had hoped to do in F1.
Four factors have been listed by Jolyon Palmer as he assessed where Red Bull got on top of Ferrari.
Daniel Ricciardo will be back at Red Bull as third driver in 2023...and should never have left the team, says Max Verstappen.