Sebastian Vettel has already achieved three world titles, 26 Formula One wins with 46 podium finishes, and 36 pole positions. An amazing record for one so young. Motorsport.com slots him second on our top 20 moments of 2012.
This year’s Formula One season saw a lot of crashes including the very dramatic start ones that saw cars get airborne. Obviously, they are one of the Motorsport.com top moments - number 12 out of 20.
Pedro de la Rosa is more willing to pick a favourite between Alonso, Vettel and Raikkonen.
Looks like Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo has an eye on German super champion Sebastian Vettel. It's not a question of 'if', but 'when'...
Fernando Alonso feels that Ferrari needs to step up their ability to be more competitive.
Luca di Montezemolo didn’t hide his satisfaction for a year that has seen Ferrari as a major player not only in Formula 1 and in Gran Turismo – where the 458 GT has secured a hoard of titles – but also in car markets all over the world.
History repeating for Vettel and Red Bull Racing as FIA Prize Giving Gala honors and celebrates the three-consecutive time Formula One champion driver and team. Alonso and Räikkönen also reap rewards.
Fernando Alonso reflected on the 2012 season while having a great time at Scuderia Ferrari's Finali Mondiali -- the annual showcase of the racing machines from the Italian manufacturer. It was a fun event for the Spaniard.
Sebastian Vettel purportedly overtaking illegally under yellow flag conditions at Interlagos is per Bernie Ecclestone "a complete joke"!
This year's FIA rules say any review of the outcome of the world championship must commence no later than 30 November.
Everyone has a viewpoint and only Ferrari can file a protest if they so choose to do so.