With 22 rounds in the books and a world champion long-crowned, it's time to rate the drivers for their performances in the 2022 F1 season.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has decided to quit after losing the confidence of chairman John Elkann, according to Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
Toto Wolff has confirmed Mercedes' interest in signing Mick Schumacher as a reserve driver because the German "just fits" with the team.
Daniel Ricciardo is "excited to be coming back home" after being confirmed as Red Bull's third driver for the 2023 Formula 1 season.
Lewis Hamilton has rated Formula 1 2022 as one of the worst seasons in his career but has thanked fans for "more affection than ever before".
Ferrari finished the final track day of Formula 1 2022 on top as Carlos Sainz led a one-two-three in the Abu Dhabi post-season test.
From a Sebastian Vettel farewell to another Max Verstappen victory and some 2022 solace for Ferrari, Martin Brundle reviews the Abu Dhabi GP.
Shaila-Ann Rao will leave her role at the FIA as interim secretary general for motor sport less than six months after being appointed.
Mattia Binotto insists he is "relaxed" over his future with Ferrari despite speculation he is set to be replaced as team principal.
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