If anyone had a season of two halves it was Pierre Gasly. Or, to put it another way, what a difference a change of chassis makes.
Kevin Magnussen’s, performances fluctuated during 2019, though not to the same extremes as Haas’s highly sensitive and inconsistent car, and he out-scored his team mate again.
Nico Hulkenberg was eclipsed by team mate Daniel Ricciardo from an early stage in the season, which ultimately spelled the end for his Formula 1 career.
Despite a podium finish in Germany, Daniil Kvyat underwhelmed too often in 2019 and didn’t measure up particularly well against either of his team mates.
Aston Martin has confirmed it is in discussions with multiple potential investors after RaceFans revealed Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll’s interest in the car manufacturer.
Antonio Giovinazzi made measurable progress during his first full season of Formula 1 but was easily out-scored by team mate Kimi Raikkonen.
Romain Grosjean only finished in the points three times during 2019, though problems with his car were often to blame.
Lance Stroll’s third season in Formula 1 was much like the first two: Decent in races, but not up to scratch on Saturdays.
Robert Kubica scored Williams’ only point of a miserable season. but there was little else for him to celebrate on his return to Formula 1.
Who was the best Formula 1 driver of 2019? It’s time to cast your vote in our annual poll to find our readers number one racer of the past season.
Kevin Magnussen out-scored Romain Grosjean for the second year in a row, but how much of a role did unreliability play in the contest between the two Haas drivers?
After two years out of racing, Antonio Giovinazzi made his full-time F1 debut alongside a world champion, which made for a difficult start in the sport.
One of the most one-sided team mate battles in 2019 took place at Racing Point. But don’t expect the loser to be shown the door any time soon.
Pierre Gasly handled being demoted back to Toro Rosso rather better than his new team mate Daniil Kvyat did three years ago. Here’s how they stacked up.
F1 rookie George Russell dominated Robert Kubica at Williams, but he wasn’t the one who scored the team’s only point of the season.
Red Bull already have one star in Max Verstappen but have they found another in Alexander Albon? He did enough in his first seven races to earn a new deal.
Was Nico Hulkenberg’s performance compared to Daniel Ricciardo the reason why Renault decided to replace him with Esteban Ocon?
There was nothing to choose between McLaren pair Carlos Sainz Jnr and Lando Norris in qualifying, but the more experienced driver had the better race results.
The arrival of Charles Leclerc in place of Kimi Raikkonen was a rude awakening for Sebastian Vettel, who was out-scored by his new team mate.
Valtteri Bottas stated the year strongly but couldn’t stop Lewis Hamilton winning another title. Here’s how they compared in their third year as team mates.