As we start the year, Badger’s Sarah Merritt posed a few questions to Sky Sports F1 presenter Ted Kravitz.
We look back at what we thought 2016 had in offer compared to what actually happened.
In our annual feature, our writers pick their winners of an intense year of Formula One racing.
First he was retired, now he's racing again - Rob Watts looks at the mess WIlliams have gotten themselves in to.
It's been 25 years since Michael Schumacher's legend began - Rob Watts interviews former Jordan press officer Mark Gallagher about the first time in an F1 car.
Just like everyone else, Bernie Ecclestone sends Christmas cards, but these cards are a bit different to everyone else's efforts, enjoy them all here.
The shock of Rosberg's retirement is replaced by speculation of just who gets the vacant Mercedes seat - Rob Watts investigates the favourites.
It feels a little bit like Lewis Hamilton vs. Mercedes in the championship aftermath, but William Swerve showcases some other times driver-team relationship were less than harmonious.
What's behind each door as we head to Christmas?
The final round of the 2016 Fantasy GP championship - here's our resident expert with the ever helpful 'PrixView' for the Abu Dhabi GP.
Paul Oz is the incredible artist who's now well known in the world of F1, by request of McLaren and Jenson Button no less. We had a catchup chat with the man, enjoy!
The Dutchman was the talk of the town after the Brazilian Grand Prix, but Craig Norman explains that others may have helped him out.
Callum Ilott has his eyes set for championship glory in 2017 following news that he's signed with the Prema Powerteam in F3 for next year.
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The Brazilian's farewell to his home crowd, Craig Norman explains, was one of the purest human moments in motor racing.
....just who you'd expect to be.
The German is one win away from the title, but, as Ismail Verdit explains, Lewis Hamilton's history at Interlagos is hard to ignore.