As 2015 draws to a close here’s a look back on the articles which got you talking the most during the last 12 months.
Here’s every one of the Caption Competition winners from the past 12 months. Which is your favourite?
Sebastian Vettel has won F1 Fanatic’s annual Driver of the Year poll.
The 2015 season was strikingly similar to the previous year, while F1 continues to see declining grids and a growing calendar.
Mercedes surely cannot have expected to have dominated 2015 as they did the year before. But in terms of pure results they actually did better.
Ferrari bounced back from a win-less 2014 to take a trio of victories -each one courtesy of their newest driver.
Despite lacking the budget of the top teams, Williams consolidated their status as F1’s top privateers by holding on to third place in the championship.
As the curtain falls on the 2015 season, take a look back on some of the lighter moments in your favourite F1 Fanatic Tweets of the year.
The F1 Fanatic 2015 Driver Rankings are complete and now it’s time to have your say: Who was your top driver of 2015?
Vettel banished memories of a poor 2014 by leading Ferrari’s charge against Mercedes and snatching three great wins.
Lewis Hamilton looked like he was cruising to the championship for much of the season, but his team mate gave him a wake-up call at the end of the year.
“Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser” seemed to be Red Bull’s team motto in 2015.
Sergio Perez had a strong end to 2015 but produced some high-quality but underrated performances in the first half of the year.
Surprising, controversial or just plain funny, here are 75 highlights from the team radios during 2015 – including a couple of previously unheard ones.
Force India sealed their best ever result of fifth in the championship thanks to their mid-season upgrade for the VJM08.
Nico Rosberg was usually put in the shade by Lewis Hamilton – but that all changed with six races to go.
Even though the rewards were much more meagre than they had been last year, Daniel Ricciardo still gave it his all in the Red Bull.
The breakthrough talent of 2015, Max Verstappen just misses out on a place in F1 Fanatic’s top five drivers of the year.
A much-improved Lotus allowed Romain Grosjean to demonstrate his talents, never more clearly than at Spa.
Toro Rosso could have achieved a lot more with their exciting rookie driver line-up had the car reached the chequered flag more often.