The Abu Dhabi GP saw Max Verstappen beat Lewis Hamilton to be crowned world champion in very controversial circumstances.
Ahead of the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP, we look at the key numbers of the Formula 1 2021 title battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.
Lewis Hamilton won the Saudi Arabian GP to ensure he is level on points with F1 title rival Max Verstappen going into the final race week.
2021 will see Formula 1 hold the inaugural Saudi Arabian GP at the new Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Here is an explainer on how the circuit will work.
The Saudi Arabian GP 2021 could see Max Verstappen, who holds an eight-point lead, seal the Formula 1 world driver's championship.
Lewis Hamilton won the Qatar GP to cut Max Verstappen's Formula 1 world driver's championship lead to 8 points with two races to go.
Formula 1 will break new ground in the upcoming race weekend (November 19-21), with the Qatar GP set to be run for the first time ever.
The Brazil GP saw Lewis Hamilton pick up an impressive win and reduce the deficit in the championship race against Max Verstappen.
The Mexican GP 2021 saw Max Verstappen establish a 19-point lead over Lewis Hamilton. Let us look at the major takeaways from the F1 race.
The 2021 Formula 1 season returns with a triple-header of Grand Prix races that begins with the Mexican GP from November 5 onwards.