Two dominant teams, three driver champions, plenty of new stars. Looking back at the key moments, and changes, from a brilliant decade in F1.
Mark Hughes on how Hamilton, after a big transfer decision amid Vettel's dominance, has become F1's driving force
The F1 2019 season featured many intense wheel-to-wheel battles - but who pulled off the best overtake? Have your say in our vote.
Sky F1's Karun Chandhok tells the story of an unforgettable Silverstone day after driving Mercedes' 2019 winning machine, the W10.
From great races and battles, to controversy and laughs: Picking out some of the most memorable moments from the year in F1.
What have you been watching most on the Sky Sports website and app this year? View the top-10 most-viewed clips of the season.
Carlos Sainz believes F1's 2021 rules overhaul has the potential to provide McLaren with a "shortcut" back into front-running contention.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto insists Sebastian Vettel remains "central to our project" despite difficult yeat next to Charles Leclerc.
Ferrari say they lost the F1 2019 championship battle before the season even began after designing a car which was "not good enough".
Lewis Hamilton has been officially crowned a six-time F1 world champion after receiving his 2019 Drivers' Championship trophy.
Valtteri Bottas topped the timesheets on the first day of the Abu Dhabi test, while Esteban Ocon officially started his Renault career.
Lewis Hamilton makes it six with another masterful year while Max and Leclerc headline F1's new crop of young stars; All the 2019 conclusions.
Red Bull have beaten world records for F1 pit stops on the ground and now they've taken to changing wheels while weightless.
From Red Bull junior to McLaren's team leader: Sky F1's Mark Hughes analyses Carlos Sainz's impressive breakout year in a fascinating new column
Groundhogs, lawnmowers and those classic deadpan comebacks, watch the best of F1’s Iceman as he turns 40.
From the dazzling drives on the track to his notorious personality off it, Kimi Raikkonen, 40 today, is one of a kind...
Lewis Hamilton insists he is not thinking about a sixth world title despite taking a big step towards it at the Russian GP.
Twelve down, nine to go: Which drivers are winning their team-mate head-to-heads as the season resumes this week?
Lewis Hamilton says he still loves driving and doesn't intend to retire from Formula 1 any time soon.
Sky F1's Karun Chandhok assess the formbook from the first half of the season and selects 2019's hits and misses so far.
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