The Blu-Ray version of the official 2012 F1 season review adds almost two hours more footage. Is it an improvement on the disappointing DVD edition?
As 2012 comes to an end so does F1 Fanatic’s season review. Catch up on the complete review of 2012 below including all the features, statistics, pictures, quizzes and more.
The 2012 season provided us with much to discuss including controversial penalties, Lewis Hamilton’s move to Mercedes and the perpetual question of the sport versus ‘the show’.
Updated biographies for all 25 drivers who raced in F1 this year, plus pictures galleries of the 12 cars that contested the season.
The biggest stories, the best features and the most compelling debates. Here are F1 Fanatic’s 50 most interesting articles of 2012.
The Driver of the Weekend polls produced 11 different winners during the 2012.
As 2012 draws to a close, here’s a final look at who F1 Fanatic readers were supporting this year.
F1 Fanatic readers voted world championship runner-up Fernando Alonso as the best driver of the 2012 season.
This bonus quiz on the 2012 F1 season includes one question on every race of the year. Give it a go now and see how well you score.
Rounding off our look at 2012 in statistics, here are the most significant stats and facts from the season.
Here’s my pick of the funniest Caption Competition entries this year – and who thought them up.
Red Bull started 2012 on the back foot after triple-whammy of rules changes over the winter. But they bounced back and were crowned champions again.
Over 100 of the best pictures from every round of the 2012 F1 season, plus all of F1 Fanatic’s top ten pictures from each race.
Ferrari’s car was the weakest link in their 2012 season campaign, and Alonso strained every sinew as he took the drivers’ championship battle down to the last race.
Sebastian Vettel says he was never concerned about a potential threat to his world championship victory from Ferrari’s ‘clarification request’ to the FIA.
A new round of the world championship will take place in Thailand from 2015, according to Bernie Ecclestone.
A look back at Lewis Hamilton’s six years at McLaren in pictures. In 110 races he’s set 26 pole positions and scored 21 wins.
McLaren began and ended the season with wins but reliability problems and costly mistakes in the pits cost them a chance of championship success.
The former Renault team which turned into Lotus returned to winning ways in 2012 as Kimi Raikkonen made a successful comeback.
The McLaren MP4-27 was the fastest car of 2012 – and it won the final two races of the year after a subtle but significant front wing tweak.