The maiden Saudi Arabian GP is in the books - but Formula 1's latest foray into a new Middle Eastern market will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
The 2021 Formula 1 season's championship battle continues to swing between Red Bull and Mercedes, with no clear winner yet in sight.
Mercedes and Red Bull might be fighting hard for Formula 1 supremacy on track, but tensions between the teams off the track continues to escalate.
A poor start from the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas at the Mexican GP spelled the end of any hopes they may have had of winning the race.
The Mexican GP is the next race on the Formula 1 calendar, but Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton are wary of Red Bull's advantage on the circuit.
Lewis Hamilton only managed to finish fifth at the Turkish Grand Prix, thanks in no small part to a confused pit stop strategy from Mercedes.
Lando Norris has no one to blame but himself for the Russian GP debacle. But the lessons from the loss will stay with the rising F1 star.
Alex Albon will be driving for Williams in the 2022 season, but the former Red Bull Racing driver could be back at the team for 2023 if needed.
George Russell will replace Valtteri Bottas in the Mercedes F1 team from the 2022 Formula One season. Now he must prove he belongs at the top.
The highly-anticipated Belgian GP 2021 quickly turned into a farce thanks to unrelenting rain and a lack of proper planning by F1.