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[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MID-SEASON REVIEW: RENAULT

2019 has so far been a big blip in the road for Renault, which started out this season with ambitious targets - having made the jump from ninth place in the constructors’...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MID-SEASON REVIEW: ALFA ROMEO RACING

Alfa Romeo-branded Sauber remains one of the sport’s great independent outfits, an intrepid privateer dating back to 1993 and its former eponymous owner, Swiss motorsport...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MID-SEASON REVIEW: RACING POINT

2019 marked the dawn of a new era at Racing Point, as its first full season under new owners, the Lawrence Stroll-led consortium.

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MID-SEASON REVIEW: HAAS

American team Haas continues to punch above its weight as F1’s newest team, the squad entering the sport in 2016 as a start-up - one that locked-in with Ferrari to the...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] MAX VERSTAPPEN: CHANGING GUARD

Max Verstappen headed into Formula 1’s traditional summer break with no one in doubt he’s the future of the sport.

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Why Raikkonen is exceeding expectations at Alfa Romeo

Kimi Raikkonen is enjoying a strong 2019 Formula 1 season with Alfa Romeo squad, previously known as Sauber, with which the 2007 world champion made his 2001 grand prix...

Red Bull’s ruthless history of mid-season F1 driver swaps

Few top Formula 1 teams have been as notorious as Red Bull for shuffling driver line-ups, given its record for mid-season bombshells such as the Alex Albon/Pierre Gasly...

Honda chief says 2019 results will 'encourage' F1 stay

Honda believes it cannot do much more to secure its Formula 1 future as its programme chiefs await a decision from the company on whether to continue beyond 2020.

Debutant Correa joins Calderon for Alfa Romeo F1 test

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 development driver Juan Manuel Correa will get his first mileage in grand prix machinery this Saturday in a Sauber C32.

Stella, Fry 'key' to McLaren resurgence, say team chiefs

McLaren Formula 1 team chiefs have credited Andrea Stella and Pat Fry for leading the outfit’s resurgence during its “interim period”.

'Too much standardisation' in F1's 2021 plans

Ferrari is “not happy yet” with the proposed 2021 Formula 1 regulations and is pushing back against standardisation, according to team boss Mattia Binotto.

Who’s in the firing line?

It may only be the summer break, but Formula 1’s next shocking blockbuster driver moves are already being speculated ahead of the 2020 season.

How Williams plans to fix its F1 woes

Williams’ poor start to the season has been well documented, but this once mighty team is in the process of making big changes which it hopes will secure a return to...

People underestimate F1 team differences

Carlos Sainz says Formula 1 teams are “a lot more different than what people imagine”, and believes the value of team continuity for a driver is underestimated.

Renault needs 'bigger steps' in 2020

Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo believes the French manufacturer will need to make “bigger steps” with its car if it is to reach its target of challenging for...

The social online league attracting Supercars, F1 stars

A midweek, social online racing league run out of Australia has become a regular hang out for top real-life Supercars and Formula 1 drivers.

Hate from Polish Kubica fans 'a little bit hurtful'

Formula 1 rookie George Russell says it can be a “little bit hurtful” to receive negative comments from the most outspoken fans of his Williams teammate Robert Kubica.

McLaren's position 'not just down to car performance'

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl believes his outfit’s current position as the runaway leader of Formula 1's midfield pack is down to more than just car performance.

We should have focused more on downforce

Ferrari should have placed more emphasis on downforce when designing its 2019 Formula 1 car, team boss Mattia Binotto has admitted.

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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)