2007 season in review: Fines, flips, parties ... and a whole lotta racing

From McLaren's record $100 million fine to Lewis Hamilton's stunning rookie debut to Robert Kubica's terrifying crash in Canada, the 2007 F1 season offered a veritable smorgasbord of all things racing.

Updated: December 21, 2007, 11:05 AM ET
By Dan Knutson | Special to ESPN.com

To close out the year, here's a look at the best and the worst -- plus the good, the bad and the ugly -- from the 2007 Formula One season:

• Biggest news story -- The FIA fined McLaren $100 million for its involvement in the Ferrari spy scandal. The massive fine made headlines even in the non-racing world.

• Friends and enemies award -- While the McLaren and Ferrari teams feuded over the espionage scandal, McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton and ...

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