It is your chance to show your appreciation for who you deem to be Sunday's standout performer. To have your say, simply visit our Vote page. Here are the winners so far...
Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari - 2016 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix
After a suspension problem in qualifying put him on the back row of the grid, Vettel knew he faced a tough race. But the German rose to the occasion, storming through the field to finish fifth.
Nico Rosberg, Mercedes - Formula 1 Gran Premio Heineken d'Italia 2016
Once he had beaten his slow-starting team mate into the first turn at Monza, there was no looking back for Rosberg, who owned the race and came home a full 15 seconds clear of the chasing pack.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes - 2016 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix
He started 21st on the grid and came through to finish on the podium. Yes, a race stoppage played into his hands, but with a result like that it's no surprise that Hamilton deservedly got your vote for the Spa round.
Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull - Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Deutschland 2016
The 'honey badger' celebrated his 100th Grand Prix start in style, securing second for Red Bull and then launching into a rather unusual celebration atop the Hockenheim podium.
Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari - Formula 1 Magyar Nagydij 2016
He may have ultimately failed to find a way past Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in their intense battle for fifth place, but it wasn’t for lack of effort from the flying Finn.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - 2016 Formula 1 British Grand Prix
It's back-to-back Driver of the Day wins for the Dutch teenager after he pushes Mercedes' Nico Rosberg all the way in their battle for second place at Silverstone, giving him his second podium in as many races.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Osterreich 2016
Another storming drive saw Verstappen come from eighth on the grid to finish second, fending off the close attention of Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen in the dying laps to secure his second career podium.
Sergio Perez, Force India - 2016 Formula 1 Grand Prix of Europe
Despite a gearbox penalty demoting him from the front row of the grid, Perez kept his cool on the all new Baku City Circuit to slice his way through the pack and go from seventh to third.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2016
He may have finished 'only' fourth, but Verstappen did a stellar job in Montreal, dominating team mate Daniel Ricciardo and holding off - in some style - the hard-charging Mercedes of Nico Rosberg.
Sergio Perez, Force India - Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2016
Starting from seventh on the grid, Perez put in a superlative performance on Monte Carlo's streets, brilliantly keeping Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari at bay to capture a sixth career podium finish.
Max Verstappen, Red Bull - Formula 1 Gran Premio de Espana Pirelli 2016
In his maiden race for Red Bull, 18-year-old Max Verstappen drove faultlessly to hold off Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen and become the youngest driver - and first Dutchman - in history to claim an F1 victory.
Kevin Magnussen, Renault - 2016 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix
The Sochi race saw Kevin Magnussen score the first points of his 2016 F1 return - and the first for Renault under their new works status. A gutsy drive took the Dane from 17th on the grid to seventh at the flag.
Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull Racing - 2016 Formula 1 Pirelli Chinese Grand Prix
Starting sixth on the grid, Kvyat fought back from a controversial lap-one clash with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to finish on the podium for only the second time in his burgeoning F1 career.
Romain Grosjean, Haas - 2016 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
As if to prove his and Haas's sixth place in Melbourne was no fluke, Grosjean went one better in Sakhir with a battling drive to fifth place for the new American team.
Romain Grosjean, Haas - 2016 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix
Fairytales don't come much better than this - established driver gambles on moving to an all-new team and then scores for them in their very first Grand Prix.