The Sky Sports F1 team review 2012...and every team's year!
Thirteen umissable seasonal reviews are on offer to give you your F1 fix
Last Updated: 01/01/13 10:56am
The Sky F1 crew have produced thirteen new shows to provide you with your essential F1 fix this winter...
Although the start of the 2013 season might be over two long months away, the Sky F1 team have still been hard at work over the last few weeks, producing thirteen different shows as we look back on the thrills, spills and essential stories of the 2012 campaign.
Following hot on the heels of our 90-minute review show, A Season To Remember, Boxing Day saw the start of our series in which we individually chart the year of each of the twelve teams on the grid in 2012.
Starting with World Champions Red Bull, the Sky F1 team have put together twelve 30-minute specials to put some sparkle back into these dark winter nights. Telling the tale of 2012 from testing all the way through to the unforgettable Interlagos finale, every show will feature each team's main protagonists as we hear from the people who matter about 2012 and how the teams themselves saw the season as it unfolded.
The running order is listed below - and don't worry if you've missed, or will miss, any of the shows on the channel broadcast because, with the exception of the Mercedes special, all the programmes will be made available on our website for Sky Go subscribers.
Red Bull - The Triple Double
With exclusive interviews from Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, team boss Christian Horner and technical chief Adrian Newey, the World Champions' leading men reveal the secret of their success after clinching a third successive title double - just!
Ferrari - The Race For The Title
So near but yet so far...Ted Kravitz is your guide through the many ups and downs of the Scuderia's year as we chart how F1's most famous team bounced back from the dismal struggles of early winter to almost land the coveted Drivers' Championship through the brilliance of Fernando Alonso.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 27
McLaren - Lewis And Jenson's Year
Georgie Thompson narrates a detailed review of how Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button fared in 2012 - their last season together as McLaren team-mates.
Lotus - Comeback Kings
David Croft steps out of the commentary booth to narrate the tale of Lotus' 2012 campaign as the Enstone outfit returned to winning ways with Kimi Raikkonen and emerged as a leading force at the front of the grid.
FRIDAY DECEMBER 28
Mercedes - Brawn's Report
Team Principal Ross Brawn and Nico Rosberg give their verdict on a 2012 season that witnessed Mercedes' first race victory since returning to F1 as a fully-fledged outfit three years ago, and pay tribute Michael Schumacher after the seven-time World Champion announced his retirement.
Sauber - Power Serg
Ahead of their departures from the Swiss team, Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi offer their thoughts on one of Sauber's most successful F1 campaigns.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 29
Force India - 2012 Drivers' Story
Natalie Pinkham talks exclusively to Paul di Resta and the departing Nico Hulkenberg as the two drivers look back at Force India's mixed year.
Williams - Back On The Top Step
The ever-busy Natalie meets up with Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna as the pair reflect on a dramatic year for the Williams team which saw the Grove outfit win their first race in almost a decade.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 30
Toro Rosso - Rookies On The Rise
A brand new driver line-up gave Toro Rosso high hopes for the 2012 season. Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo evaluate their performance with Technical Director James Key and Team Principal Franz Tost.
Caterham - The Fight For Tenth
After dramatically securing the critical tenth place in the Constructors' Championship in the season-ending Brazilian GP at Interlagos, Vitaly Petrov and Heikki Kovalainen discuss Caterham's year.
MONDAY DECEMBER 31
Marussia - On The Up
Timo Glock, the Caterham-bound Charles Pic and Team Principal John Booth talk about the highs and lows of Marussia's 2012 season.
HRT - Battle At The Back
The 2012 season proved to be HRT's last in F1. Drivers Narain Karthikeyan and Pedro de la Rosa discuss the Spanish team's final campaign.