Today is has been announced that season 5 will be available live on BBC iPlayer and the Red Button.
Verstappen is already regarded as one of the best on the grid and many are touting him as a world champion in the making but could he achieve this as early as next year?
In a thrilling and dramatic race Mercedes took their 5th consecutive constructors title and Lewis Hamilton took his 50th win of the turbo-hybrid era but it wasn’t easy for the 2018 world champions.
The Formula One circus reaches it’s penultimate destination in the world championship after having newly crowned Lewis Hamilton a 5-time champion. With nothing to lose we will now see an all out assault from the field this weekend in a race that could be affected by rain.
Brazil has had 31 drivers since 1950 and 3 world champions but Brazilians have had a love hate relationship with their home race, we take a look at some of the most iconic moments at the Brazil GP.
Just over a year ago Brendon Hartley made his F1 debut replacing Carlos Sainz but now faces the real possibility that his F1 career is over as quickly as it began but has Hartley done enough to stay in F1?
This time last year Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton sealed his 4th world title, this year Max Verstappen once again won the Mexican Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton became a 5-time world champion.
F1’s next stop is Mexico where last year Lewis Hamilton sealed his 4th world title and is very likely to seal his 5th, all he needs is 6 championship points and he equals Juan Manuel Fangio moving to 2nd on the all time list for world titles.
Kimi Raikkonen would win his first race in F1 since 2013 in an absolute thriller, we review the US Grand Prix.
Williams confirmed George Russell at the team last week but who will be his teammate in 2019?