Furious rows, joyous celebrations and simmering controversies: The team radios again provided some of the most dramatic moments of the season in 2016.
Mercedes’ rivals will be relishing the uncertainty the champions have been plunged into as the year comes to an end.
Red Bull bounced back from a difficult 2015 with victories in Spain and Malaysia. But their biggest win in 2016 came off the track.
Sebastian Vettel couldn’t hide his frustration as Ferrari failed to build on recent progress in his second season with the team.
Force India’s deputy team principal Bob Fernley is optimistic that fourth place does not represent the limit of what they can achieved.
Williams might have expected to be beaten by Red Bull in 2016, but losing to fellow Mercedes customers Force India was a bitter pill.
Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds will step down from his role at the end of the season, the team has confirmed.
Was McLaren’s second season of using Honda’s V6 hybrid turbo really that much better than the first?
It was another season of little change at Red Bull’s kindergarten squad – with one significant exception.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne admitted his team still has much to do following its second win-less campaign in three years.
F1’s newest team Haas succeeded in their debut season and crucially were able to shift their priorities to 2017 early in the year.
When the covers came off the first true Renault F1 car for seven years at the beginning of 2016, the team’s expectations were startlingly low.
The 2016 season saw the rise of Max-mania, the British Grand Prix winner go crowd-surfing and an emotional Brazilian Grand Prix farewell for Felipe Massa.
Sauber were in a difficult position as the 2016 started but the team turned their situation around by the end of the season.
Manor made a huge leap forward in 2016 but their season ended on a slightly sour note as they fell to last in the constructors’ championship.
From Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg colliding in Spain to Max Verstappen’s immense save in Brazil, here are ten of the best F1 fan videos from 2016.
Who was your Driver of the Year? It’s time to cast your vote and pick the driver who impressed you the most throughout 2016.
Comfortably the most successful non-Mercedes driver this year, Daniel Ricciardo won just once in 2016 but was owed two more.
A fourth world championship title eluded Lewis Hamilton in 2016. Technical trouble made it hard for him to hold onto his crown but it wasn’t impossible.
Max Verstappen received a surprise promotion to Red Bull just four races into the year and was arguably the team’s leading driver by the end of the season.