Max Verstappen may not be heading into the winter with Formula 1's champion trophy, but at just twenty years of age, he can certainly lay claim to being F1's star of the future. The titles will come, but for now, Verstappen can be happy in the knowledge that he's arguably F1's most feared driver.
This feeling must now be all too familiar to young Daniil Kvyat. After being 'rested' for a couple of races, he's now been demoted again from his Toro Rosso race seat, and his Formula 1 future appears now to be as uncertain as ever.
Next year's F1 driver market is set to be the most open and enthralling in recent memory. Rob Watts looks at the big dilemma facing some of the key drivers as they decide whether to stay put or make a move for 2019. Here's a question for you, and be honest.
The much-anticipated return of the F1 game franchise is almost upon us, so we sent Rob Watts to the official launch of F1 2017 to see how it stacks up. After a disappointing couple of years for the franchise, last year's F1 2016 game felt like a step in the right direction, but this year's F1 2017 game feels like the first time Codemasters have well and truly 'nailed it'.
Interview with Mahindra's Nick Heidfeld, behind the scenes with DS VIrgin and Toyota TS050 Tech analysis
Badger's Rob Watts chats with former F1, Le Mans and IndyCar* driver, Mark Blundell, to learn more about the Indy 500, Alonso's chances and his thoughts on motorsport holy grail. Rob Watts: What were your thoughts when you found out Alonso was doing the Indy 500? Mark Blundell: Honestly, I was surprised.
LUKE WILLIAMS WAS LEFT TO RUE a missed opportunity for a hat-trick of wins in the BRSCC Formula Ford 1600 Championship at Brands Hatch, having collided with rival Stephen Daly while battling for the lead in an action-packed third encounter