Renault's chassis technical director Nick Chester says the French manufacturer is making 'strong progress' with its 2019 Formula 1 challenger.
Formula 1 boss Chase Carey says he will drop races that have 'unattractive' agreements with the championship, and replace them with deals negotiated by the new...
Toro Rosso Formula 1 target Alexander Albon has been named on the FIA's Formula E season entry list with the Nissan e.dams team.
Ferrari's engineering chief Jock Clear believes Sebastian Vettel will come back a stronger driver in 2019 after the 'unfinished business' of another title miss.
Mika Hakkinen tells the full story of what happened in Australia 1993 when he took off over the kerbs in free practice
Pietro Fittipaldi will play a key role in Haas F1 testing plans and simulator programme in 2019
Tatiana Calderon will be back behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car when she tests for the Sauber team at the Fiorano circuit this weekend.
Red Bull junior Dan Ticktum could step down to a lower-level junior series this winter in a bid to end his 'annoying' quest for a Formula 1 superlicence.
Lewis Hamilton's Abu Dhabi GP weekend could be compromised by damage sustained to his Mercedes F1 power unit in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The FIA considers the issue over Mercedes' wheel rim spacer design 'settled', although the team continued to avoid using it in Brazil to protect against any further legal...
Thierry Koskas will replace Jerome Stoll as president of Renault’s sporting arm next year as the French manufacturer’s bid to improve its Formula 1 project continues.
Fernando Alonso and McLaren's 2019 Indy 500 bid will be overseen by former Force India deputy team boss Bob Fernley.
Lewis Hamilton has moved to clarify comments he made about Formula One's push to race in countries with a limited wealth and racing heritage.
Mercedes could not have claimed five Formula One constructors' championships in a row if it were not for Lewis Hamilton, according to team boss Toto Wolff.
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|March 25||Australia (Melbourne)|
|April 8||Bahrain (Sakhir)|
|April 15||China (Shanghai)|
|April 29||Azerbaijan (Baku)|
|May 13||Spain (Barcelona)|
|May 27||Monaco (Monte Carlo)|
|June 10||Canada (Montreal)|
|June 24||France (Le Castellet)|
|July 1||Austria (Spielberg)|
|July 8||Great Britain (Silverstone)|
|July 22||Germany (Hockenheim)|
|July 29||Hungary (Budapest)|
|August 26||Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)|
|September 2||Italy (Monza)|
|September 16||Singapore (Marina Bay)|
|September 30||Russia (Sochi)|
|October 7||Japan (Suzuka)|
|October 21||USA (Austin)|
|October 28||Mexico (Mexico City)|
|November 11||Brazil (Sao Paulo)|
|November 25||Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)|