Formula One has never been short on controversy, but one man seemed to court it more than most. Here we look at Michael Schumacher's most unedifying moments.
I do not know what my fans think, but fans definitely do not underestimate my toughness during matches. It would have not been easy, otherwise, to stay at the top for many years.
Mercedes has chosen psychologists, to implement well-being practices and mental support for its staff and drivers, in its desperate bid to remain at the top of the sport.
Sergey Sirotkin has said he is still finding it "very tough" to process that he will not be continuing is Formula 1 career next season.
Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo will be leaving the Red Bull team to join Renault in 2019. So, to thank the team for employing his services after five seasons, a tribute video was released on Ricciardo's Instagram page.
The duo will form a new-look line-up at the Swiss team next season, with Giovinazzi having just two grand prix starts to his name compared to what will be Raikkonen's 17th season in Formula 1.
Racing Point has announced that it will launch its new car on February 13th, one week before pre-season testing kicks off in Barcelona.
The first Grand Slam of the year, the Australian is just a month away from now. Serena Williams will be striving to give her best to emulate her 2017 glory on the court during her stay in Melbourne.
Fernando Alonso is the man who ended Michael Schumacher’s Formula 1 reign and became the then-youngest champion in F1 history.