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[F1 2018 NEWS FEATURE] FELIPE NASR: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Former Sauber driver Felipe Nasr has admitted exclusively to The Inside Line that F1 is still unfinished business, despite he and his Action Express team leading...

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] MERCEDES: WORK TO DO

The British Grand Prix was utter heartbreak for the Mercedes team, given what could have been for 4-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton.

[F1 2018 NEWS FEATURE] MAURICE HAMILTON: SHOULD F1 CHANGE ITS POINTS SYSTEM?

They’re at it again: F1 people sitting in committee somewhere tinkering with the edges of our sport. Now they’re suggesting expanding the calendar and also spreading the...

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] FORCE INDIA: STILL PERFORMING

Force India impressed at its home race at Silverstone on Sunday, with its second double points finish for the year – Esteban Ocon finishing seventh, Sergio Pérez 10th,...

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] RENAULT SPORT: BEST OF THE REST

Renault Sport continues to perform as F1’s most consistent midfield team, with the French marque scoring points at nine of the first 10 races.

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Red Bull says Ticktum F1 test block is "odd"

Red Bull think it is "odd" that rising star Dan Ticktum cannot run in one of its young driver test days because of Formula 1's superlicence points criteria.

Ensign founder Mo Nunn dies aged 79

Morris Nunn, who ran his underdog Ensign F1 team for a decade before finding huge success as an engineer in IndyCar racing, has died at the age of 79.

Renault "impressed" by Ferrari power gains

Renault Sport F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admits he's been "impressed" by the power unit gains made by the French manufacturer's rivals in recent weeks, and in particular...

Haas rules out expansion push amid 2021 rules uncertainty

Haas says it is wary of pushing on with a big expansion of its team while 2021's rules remain uncertain, even though it knows such a move could fast-track its progress up...

Why Leclerc is ready for Ferrari

If Charles Leclerc replaces Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari next year he'll be the team's second-youngest driver in its F1 history, but that doesn't matter: focus on what he's...

How Formula 1's new mirrors could look

Formula 1 mirror designs will be under the spotlight next week when technical chiefs meet with the FIA to discuss potential changes to help improve driver visibility.

Red Bull won't "sacrifice" Toro Rosso to help Honda push

Red Bull insists it won't make Toro Rosso "sacrifice" its season through grid penalties to help Honda push on with updates, but is open to opportunities that could help...

Miami set to vote on 20-year grand prix plan

The Miami GP could take a step closer to becoming a reality next week when a meeting of the City Commission votes on the proposed 20-year contract for the race.

Williams recovery my greatest challenge

Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe believes he is facing the biggest challenge of his Formula 1 career in trying to get the Grove-based team back towards the front of...

Renault says it must look for Sainz alternatives

Renault says it must look for alternatives to Carlos Sainz for 2019 while the Spaniard's future with Red Bull in Formula 1 remains unclear.

Force India can still aim for fourth, says Perez

Force India can still challenge for fourth in the 2018 Formula 1 standings on the back of recent upgrades, according to driver Sergio Perez.

Giovinazzi to get FP1 outing with Sauber in German GP

Ferrari Formula 1 junior Antonio Giovinazzi will have his first practice outing of 2018 when he drives for Sauber in first practice for the German Grand Prix.

How to turn things around at McLaren and Williams

Is it the new floor or the engine upgrade that's allowed Ferrari to put Mercedes back on the ropes? Are Formula 1 teams getting too big to manage effectively, and what...

Ferrari goes aggressive with Hungarian GP tyre choice

Ferrari has taken a more aggressive approach than its main rivals in its tyre selection for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

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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)