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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.
It’s not just Ferrari catching Lewis Hamilton’s eye in Abu Dhabi, while Daniel Ricciardo is caught…just looking at himself on television.
It was rather fitting that Sebastian Vettel’s 100th race with Ferrari ended in disaster just as things were looking promising.
Max Verstappen clearly has no filter when it comes to interviews, whilst Sebastian Vettel gives a lesson on how to show the utmost respect.
Sebastian Vettel saved the best until very last in Mexico, while Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo take turns to interview themselves.
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo show off their detective skills as we look back at the best bits from the Japanese Grand Prix.
The real Sebastian Vettel did stand up in Russia, while the Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen comedy act gave a special performance.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have a lot of time for each other these days. And we have a lot of time for them both, too.
After verbal volleys all weekend, we could see a new Nico Rosberg emerge over the coming weeks and months. We won’t hold our breath…
Everyone is in desperate need of raising a little smile again after a tragic weekend in Belgium. Hopefully Kimi Raikkonen can help.
Nico Rosberg becomes a contender to Jacques Villeneuve’s crown, but there was still plenty of love in the air at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Curses, curses everywhere after an utter bonkers German Grand Prix. We’re looking at you Daniel Ricciardo…
There were no nonsense answers from Sebastian Vettel in Austria; Kimi Raikkonen is a plane enthusiast and many fall victim to some fake news.
There is no love for Romain Grosjean at his home Grand Prix, plus more embarrassment for Ferrari and a new Kimi Raikkonen has emerged.
Well, nobody can say the FIA favour Ferrari any more, can they? Time to take a look back at the chaotic Canadian Grand Prix…
Maybe give Ferrari’s lessons on strategy a miss next time, the neooowww guy returns in Monaco and Daniel Ricciardo finds someone new to irritate.
IndyCar drivers take a dig at the current state of F1, praise for Sebastian Vettel after a very good deed and beware of p*ssing off Guenther…
Christian Horner acquires a new target for his verbal attacks, Formula 1 turns into Fawlty Towers and things get a bit steamy on the BBC’s Formula 1 website.
Formula 1 give us a bit too much of a peek behind the curtain, while Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen are on great form in China.
A reporter goes a big step too far with Mick Schumacher, but there was still plenty to enjoy from Bahrain. It was finger-lickin’ good in fact…
The best bits from the season opener featuring Daniel Avocado, Kimi Raikkonen (of course) and the lasting effect of Fernando Alonso.
Fernando Alonso and Kevin Magnussen take shots at each other, as do Renault and Red Bull (again). Sebastian Vettel provides Radio Message of the Year.
Time to take a look back at some of the best bits from the 2018 season, featuring the Red Bull v Renault slanging match and some radio gold from Fernando Alonso.
The weighing scales triggered all the action as Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel both saw red in Brazil.
Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel both turned into Kimi Raikkonen in Mexico…off the track, at least. Here are the best (and worst) bits from Mexico City…
Kimi Raikkonen teases Lewis Hamilton after long-awaited victory, but Formula 1 still hasn’t cracked America just yet. The best bits from the United States Grand Prix.
Haikus, Hakkinen and how do Ferrari continue to find new ways to mess things up? Here are the best (and worst) bits from the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.
There were shades of Austria 2002 as Mercedes activated wingman mode in Russia. Here’s a look back at the worst, and best bits, from the Sochi Autodrom.
Ferrari’s bitterness shines through in Singapore, while the Bernie Ecclestone era continues to live on.