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[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: AZERBAIJAN GRAND PRIX

There was plenty of tension in Baku on Sunday, as Formula 1 hoped for a more dramatic race the second time around – but no one could’ve predicted the wild ride that...

[F1 2018 NEWS] MAURICE HAMILTON: DOES F1 NEED A BUDGET CAP?

In the off-season, with not much going on, F1 finance provides plenty of debate. In its most basic form, the subject can be split two ways: Do you cut costs in order to...

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: CANADIAN GRAND PRIX

The winds were blowing in Montreal, as Formula 1 prepared to celebrate 50 years in Canada – and there were more milestones ahead.

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: MONACO GRAND PRIX

The heat was on in Monaco on race day, as the Principality turned on the weather for the most glamorous event on the 20-stop Formula 1 calendar – the race’s history...

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: SPANISH GRAND PRIX

The sun shone in Barcelona last Sunday, as the eyes of the world looked forward to the start of F1’s European season.

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The evidence that shows Honda can succeed in F1 again

One of Honda's key attributes is one of its biggest flaws, and dates back to its first foray into F1. But the philosophy behind its stubbornness means there's hope it can...

McLaren has overcome Renault packaging headaches

Technical director Tim Goss is confident McLaren has successfully overcome packaging headaches caused by Renault's engine architecture without having to compromise its...

Has Williams made the right choice with Sirotkin?

Has Williams been shrewd by signing Sirotkin over Kubica? When will Formula 1 get a new team? And can't F1 just tear up its broken regulations? These questions and more...

Alonso, Raikkonen & Kimoa

While the origins of the word 'kimoa' maybe Hawaiian, we believe that the real reason why Fernando Alonso chose the name 'Kimoa' was because of the social love for Kimi...

Haas following Force India trajectory in F1

Kevin Magnussen believes Haas's first two seasons show it has the potential to emulate Formula 1's overachiever Force India.

Kubica had enough chances to prove himself

Robert Kubica had enough opportunities to prove he was capable of making a competitive racing comeback in Formula 1 this season, says Karun Chandhok.

Ex-McLaren boss Whitmarsh returns to F1 with FIA role

Former McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh is to return to a role in Formula 1, Motorsport.com can reveal, having accepted a temporary consultancy position with the FIA.

Gurney’s first F1 teammate, Tony Brooks, pays tribute to his friend

Tony Brooks describes his Ferrari teammate and friend for nearly 60 years, the late Dan Gurney, as an “excellent driver and a very pleasant person.”

Why Kubica's F1 racing return was put on hold

Many wanted it to happen, but Robert Kubica will not be a Formula 1 race driver in 2018. But while he's been beaten to a Williams seat by a well-backed Russian, Kubica's...

Toro Rosso set for aero department reshuffle after key exit

Toro Rosso is to face a reshuffle of its aerodynamic department following the departure of Brendan Gilhome, its head of aero.

F1 to present vision of future to race promoters

Formula 1 bosses will present their vision for the future to all current race promoters a conference in London on Wednesday, Motorsport.com has learned.

Ferrari settles on new race engineer for Raikkonen

Ferrari is poised to confirm that Carlo Santi will become Kimi Raikkonen's race engineer in Formula 1 this year, following the departure of Dave Greenwood from the team.

Williams's driver call exposes its flagging revival

It was not so long ago that Williams traded pure driver quality for money: and that didn't work out so great. Now its 2018 line-up is a reflection of that very tactic, is...

Sirotkin gets Williams drive as 3rd Russian in Formula 1

LONDON (AP) Sergey Sirotkin will drive for Williams and form the most inexperienced line-up on the Formula One grid with Lance Stroll.

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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)