Fernando Alonso went close to testing a Holden Racing Team Commodore in Spain last year, only to have the plan scuppered when the car ran out of fuel.
The Zolder circuit in Belgium has renamed a corner after three-time Grand Prix winner Thierry Boutsen.
Pirelli’s new-for-2018 Formula 1 tyres will not be fully understood until mid-season, according to the Italian company’s racing manager Mario Isola.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the situation surrounding Ferrari’s swoop for FIA safety chief Laurent Mekies is "wrong".
Nico Hulkenberg vs Carlos Sainz is likely to be a scrap to savour in the midfield this year... not that Nico Hulkenberg seems in the least bit ruffled.
Mercedes has targeted having the most powerful ‘party’ mode for Formula 1 qualifying this year, despite the need for engines to last longer.
Take a closer look at Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit ahead of the Australian Grand Prix with our brand new exclusive track animation.
Red Bull believes a 0.5-second deficit to Formula 1 favourite Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix will be enough for it to get itself in the hunt for race wins this...
Lewis Hamilton will undoubtedly go down as the standout driver in Formula 1's current era, but, with rising stars plus resurgent rivals nipping at his heels, how long can...
Ferrari is understood to have made a 10bhp gain with its 2018 Formula 1 engine, despite the increased reliability demands needed for this season.
Can anyone stop Lewis Hamilton winning the 2018 Formula 1 championship? James Roberts asked 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg the big question and he didn't hold back...
Renault duo Carlos Sainz and Nico Hulkenberg do not expect the French car manufacturer to make any major leap forward in form until the middle part of the season, when a...
McLaren's executive director Zak Brown will skip the Japanese Grand Prix later this year so he can attend the Bathurst 1000.
The FIA has added a third DRS zone to the Albert Park track in an effort to boost overtaking in Sunday's opening race of the 2018 Formula 1 season.
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// 2018 F1 CALENDAR
|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)|