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[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] DANIEL RICCIARDO: MONACO MONSTER

In 2018 Daniel Ricciardo headed to Monte Carlo targeting victory. He achieved it. And in some style. He took the pole and drove a fine defensive race after suffering the...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] CHARLES LECLERC: MONACO HOMECOMING

One year ago, Charles Leclerc was just a Formula 1 rookie, albeit with a fanfared entrance... following on from domination of the junior categories, taking the GP3 and...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MAX VERSTAPPEN: 2019 STANDOUT

Max Verstappen may not have scored a victory yet in 2019 but he’s one of the stars of the first five races. The 21-year-old scored his second podium of the season last...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MONACO GRAND PRIX: RACE PREVIEW

Formula 1 has long been considered the world’s most glamorous sport, a billion dollar industry with lavish launches, prototype state-of-the-art cars, and blue-chip...

[F1 2019 NEWS FEATURE] MAURICE HAMILTON: McLAREN'S INDY DISASTER

For a team that rightly plays on a proud tradition, those responsible for McLaren’s Indy 500 debacle would have done well to read the reflections of a man who really...

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Renault planning 'substantial' car revamp for French GP

Renault is to bring a 'substantial' revamp of its car for the French Grand Prix after managing to clear a backlog of new parts that had stalled its early season...

What’s going so wrong for Renault in F1 2019?

After a difficult start to the 2019 Formula 1 season, Renault has revealed details about its struggles so far this term.

F1's move to standard gearboxes called off

Formula 1 has called off an expected switch to standard gearbox cassettes in 2021, following a World Motor Sport Council vote to retain freedom of gearbox supply in grand...

Renault and Haas have lost 'margin' they had in 2018

Carlos Sainz thinks his former team Renault is paying the price for Formula 1’s tighter-than-ever-midfield battle leaving no room for errors this season.

Ferrari may need to consider writing off 2019 soon

Ferrari should consider writing off its 2019 Formula 1 campaign and switching focus to next year if it doesn't quickly turn the tables on Mercedes, reckons Mark Webber.

Mercedes to run red halo as Lauda tribute

Mercedes' Formula 1 cars will run with red halos during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend as an addition to the tributes to Niki Lauda it has already revealed.

French GP is “more than just racing” – Eric Boullier

Eric Boullier spent eight seasons as the boss of two different Formula 1 teams, winning races along the way. When Boullier, a proud Frenchman, left McLaren in the summer...

Raikkonen asked Alfa to cancel all 300th GP celebrations

Kimi Raikkonen asked Alfa Romeo to 'cancel everything' planned to celebrate his milestone 300th grand prix weekend in Monaco this week because he takes 'zero pleasure'...

Ferrari has to sort car 'very soon' to prevent 2020 problems

Ferrari needs to address any car shortcomings 'very soon' to ensure its 2020 challenger does not suffer the same performance shortfall as this year's.

Thursday problems will 'hurt further into weekend'

McLaren's Carlos Sainz fears the mileage he lost to a technical issue in Monaco Formula 1 first practice will 'hurt further into the weekend'.

The full extent of the void left by Lauda

Niki Lauda's death was always going to hit Mercedes hard, but it required an emotional address from Toto Wolff to lay bare the grief the team is experiencing after losing...

Hockenheim wants to keep F1 race but 'it's not up to us'

Hockenheim is still pushing to host a German GP in 2020, but the venue has to wait for the F1 organisation to take up the option that was built into this year's contract.

Renault was running reduced engine power due to conrod issue

Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul has revealed that a conrod reliability issue handicapped the French manufacturer in the first part of the 2019 season.

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TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Claire WILLIAMS (Williams), Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing), Cyril ABITEBOUL (Renault), Zak BROWN (McLaren), Andrew GREEN (Racing Point)

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March 17 Australia (Melbourne)
March 31 Bahrain (Sakhir)
April 14 China (Shanghai)
April 28 Azerbaijan (Baku)
May 12 Spain (Barcelona)
May 26 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
June 9 Canada (Montreal)
June 23 France (Le Castellet)
June 30 Austria (Spielberg)
July 14 Great Britain (Silverstone)
July 28 Germany (Hockenheim)
August 4 Hungary (Budapest)
September 1 Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
September 8 Italy (Monza)
September 22 Singapore (Marina Bay)
September 29 Russia (Sochi)
October 13 Japan (Suzuka)
October 27 Mexico (Mexico City)
November 3 USA (Austin)
November 17 Brazil (Sao Paulo)
December 1 Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)