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There were 66 F1 drivers in the 2010s. 25 made the podium, 12 won races and three became World Champions, but who were the 10 best?
The 2019 Formula One season officially brought an end to the F1 action in this decade, 10 years which certainly left us with many memories.
There were 66 F1 drivers in the 2010s. 25 made the podium, 12 won races and three became World Champions, but which ten stood out?
Many sports around the world require athletes to spend a lot of time away from their families, including at Christmas time.
Turns out Christmas is supposed to be about spending time with family, friends and food, and not just continuing to write about Formula 1.
We take a look back at some of the most memorable moments from the second half of the season including Nico Rosberg being declared the new Jacques Villeneuve.
We take a look back over some of the most memorable moments of the first half of the season, including F1 hyping up its own rather forgettable 1000th race.
Take a look at the junior achievements of George Russell and Charles Leclerc, and it shows that the stats from Mick Schumacher’s first season in F2 were worrying.
Only 108 individuals hold the distinction of calling themselves a Formula 1 Grand Prix winner and Robert Kubica can count himself a part of that list.