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Red Bull has made a breakthrough with the aerodynamic development of its 2017 car, according to team boss Christian Horner.
Force India has "no option" but to keep pushing on with development of its current F1 car until the end of the season as it fights to hold on to fourth place in the...
Formula 1’s blue flag procedures have been tweaked for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix following recent complaints from drivers about the difficulties of lapping traffic this...
MONTREAL (AP) It's time to put the fun back in F1.
Mercedes is convinced that the benefits of its longer wheelbase car on high speeds circuits far outweigh any downside it suffers on Formula 1's tight and narrow tracks,...
Sauber has hit back at suggestions of favouritism following reports that its split with Monisha Kaltenborn was related to a dispute over driver treatment.
BAKU, Azerbaijan (AP) Monisha Kaltenborn left her position as team principal and chief executive officer of the Sauber Formula One team on Wednesday night, disrupting...
Intrigue about the possibility of an 11th team entering Formula 1 ramped up on Wednesday when a new name was registered in Britain and the FIA confirmed it had been...
Here are all the things to watch out for at this weekend's Azerbaijan GP.
Force India expects its driver pairing will now be a "handful" to manage for the remainder of the campaign, judging by Esteban Ocon's recent impressive form.
Renault Sport F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says there will be no "magic bullet" upgrade in 2017, and the focus instead is on reliability.
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has reportedly parted company with the team.
Daniil Kvyat says he is unsure if he wants to collaborate with Toro Rosso Formula 1 teammate Carlos Sainz on track anymore after they disagreed on slipstreaming tactics...
Monisha Kaltenborn, Formula 1's first female team boss, leaves her role as Sauber's team principal.
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// 2017 F1 CALENDAR
|March 26||Australia (Melbourne)|
|April 9||China (Shanghai)|
|April 16||Bahrain (Bahrain)|
|April 30||Russia (Sochi)|
|May 14||Spain (Barcelona)|
|May 28||Monaco (Monte Carlo)|
|June 11||Canada (Montreal)|
|June 25||Azerbaijan (Baku)|
|July 9||Austria (Spielberg)|
|July 16||Great Britain (Silverstone)|
|July 30||Hungary (Budapest)|
|August 27||Belgium (Spa)|
|September 3||Italy (Monza)|
|September 17||Singapore (Singapore)|
|October 1||Malaysia (Sepang)|
|October 8||Japan (Suzuka)|
|October 22||USA (Austin)|
|October 29||Mexico (Mexico City)|
|November 12||Brazil (Sao Paulo)|
|November 26||Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)|