A little later than usual due to the late conclusion to the 2020 season, the RaceFans F1 driver rankings begin today and will count down over the coming weeks.
Lewis Hamilton comprehensively beat Valtteri Bottas again, sealing his seventh title as he did, and ensuring his later absence due to Covid did not affect the title fight.
Red Bull gave Alexander Albon all year to prove he could measure up against Max Verstappen, but he ended up further off his team mate’s pace than Pierre Gasly was last season.
McLaren’s Carlos Sainz Jnr and Lando Norris were probably the two most closely-matched team mates in the 2020 season.
For the second time in three years, Racing Point have got rid of their quickest driver. Sergio Perez extended his margin over Lance Stroll during the course of 2020.
Esteban Ocon took time to get back up to speed after a year out of the cockpit, and Daniel Ricciardo did most of the points-scoring for Renault.
In his second season at Ferrari, Charles Leclerc routed four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, asserting himself as the new number one at the Scuderia.
While Pierre Gasly scored a shock win, Daniil Kvyat’s gradual improvement over the course of 2020 may not be enough to keep Yuki Tsunoda from taking his seat.
Kimi Raikkonen is now the most experienced Formula 1 driver ever, but Antonio Giovinazzi measured up well against him in their second season as team mates.
Romain Grosjean’s crash in Bahrain brought an early end to his four-year partnership with Kevin Magnussen. The pair were closely matched in Haas’s uncompetitive car.
Although George Russell dominated Nicholas Latifi in qualifying, the rookie gave a decent account of himself on race day.
Liberty Media has published its financial results for the third quarter of 2020, showing an overall loss of $104 million for the period.
The new update for F1 2020 makes Racing Point faster and Ferrari slower – though the Scuderia remain more competitive in the game than in reality.
Valtteri Bottas says there’s “no chance” he will give up in the championship fight, but admits he “needs a miracle” after posting his second point-less result of the year at the Nurburgring.
F1 2020’s new MyTeam mode offers an engrossing new level of gameplay to the official Formula 1 game. We took a close look at how players can create their own 11th team.
With all 22 races from this year’s original calendar, is F1 2020 even better than the real thing?
Codemasters Formula 1 franchise director Lee Mather explains more about F1 2020’s new features including the highly anticipated My Team mode in an in-depth interview.
What’s it like to drive the all-new Hanoi Street Circuit in F1 2020? We previewed the upcoming latest instalment of the official Formula 1 game.
F1 has indicated it could offer a simulation game in the future. But that means persuading teams to reveal more about their cars than they will want to.
Mercedes’ Dual Axis Steering system, the technical innovation which proved the talk of pre-season testing, could appear in the forthcoming official Formula 1 game F1 2020.