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F1 2011

Patty's 2011 Season Review

Patty's 2011 Season Review

Patronise F1 takes a long and unrelenting look back at the season that passed in 2011, in which Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull somewhat swept the field, but the racing kept everyone interested nevertheless.

 

The Foot's 2011 Patty Awards

The Foot's 2011 Patty Awards

The Foot, abiding by the motto of 'better late than never', becomes the final member of Patty's time-conscious writing staff to dust off his end-of-season awards, and pick his star performers from the 2011 Formula One season.

The Head's 2011 Patty Awards

The Head's 2011 Patty Awards

The award-giving entertainment at Patronise F1 is almost nearly at an end, with The Head now taking a few moments to hand out some awards made of Kit Kat wrappers and string based on the last season of entertainment.

The Wig's 2011 Patty Awards

The Wig's 2011 Patty Awards

Patronise F1's 2011 season review gallops ever onwards, with Patty's newest writer The Wig becoming the latest member of the team to hand out his own end-of-season awards for the best and otherwise that 2011 had to offer.

The 2011 F1 season - as it happened

The 2011 F1 season - as it happened

Throughout the year, Patronise F1 has once again attempted to keep our three or four readers up to date with the on-track action through our patented, and rarely-accurate lap-by-lap reports. Here is the season, as we described it.

The Elbow's 2011 Patty Awards

The Elbow's 2011 Patty Awards

Patty's intrepid writers continue to hand out their highly prized end-of-season gongs to the best and the worst performers from 2011, with The Elbow being the latest to cast an almost-unbiased eye over the season that was. 

The Ear's 2011 Patty Awards

The Ear's 2011 Patty Awards

As our season review rattles towards something approaching a conclusion, The Ear kicks off Patronise F1's writer-by-writer fictional award-giving ceremonies for 2011 by handing out some trophies for the season gone by.

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 3

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 3

To conclude Patty's look back at the drivers that succeeded or failed throughout the 2011 Formula One championship season, we look at the dregs of the grid where, if we're being completely honest, most of them failed.

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 2

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 2

Patronise F1's meaningless and increasingly futile attempt to assign some arbitrary marks out of ten to the 2011 Formula One field's relative performances continues, as we run through the best and the worst of the midfield gang.

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 1

Patty's 2011 Driver/Team Ratings - Part 1

Throughout the 2011 season, some 28 drivers took to the track with 12 teams of varying quality. For little real purpose other than to provide some closure, Patty ascribes some marks to those players in this season's championship.

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 5

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 5

And so, the story of the 2011 Formula One season comes to an end, with Patty taking an unnecessary look back at the final stages of the season, and the four dead rubber races that underwhelmingly rounded out the year.

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 4

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 4

As the teams and drivers returned from their summer break, Sebastian Vettel decided that enough was enough after his mid-season faffing, and promptly shored up the championship with a run of crushing success.

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 3

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 3

The next part of Patty's unnecessary review of the F1 season past recalls those giddy few races of optimism in the middle of the season, when it looked like Sebastian Vettel would have to work for his second title. That, and Valencia.

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 2

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 2

Patronise F1's reminisce through the year that was F1 2011 turns it's attention to the start of the European season, where Sebastian Vettel continued to dominate, as well as the bonkers craziness of the Canadian GP.

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 1

Patty's F1 2011 Season Review - Part 1

The journey back through every twist, turn and Vettel win of the 2011 Formula One season begins, as it must, at the beginning. Patty takes a look back at the excitement of pre-season, the chaos of Bahrain, and the early races.

Happy Webber hits top gear to beat Vettel

Happy Webber hits top gear to beat Vettel

Mark Webber signed off his disappointing 2011 season with victory in the season finale in Brazil, leading home a 1-2 for Red Bull at the Interlagos track after Sebastian Vettel developed a gearbox issue that forced him to cede the lead.

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