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[F1 2018 NEWS] KEVIN MAGNUSSEN: MAKE OR BREAK YEAR

2018 is make or break for Haas’ Kevin Magnussen. The Danish driver is heading into his second season with the all-American team, the first time he’s spent more than one...

[F1 2018 NEWS] CHARLES LECLERC: HOTTEST ROOKIE PROSPECT

2018 marks a fresh start for Sauber, with Italian automotive manufacturer Alfa Romeo joining the squad as title sponsor.

[F1 2018 NEWS] RENAULT SPORT: F1 2018 DARK HORSE

Success is just a matter of time for Renault Sport. The squad was F1’s big mover last year, finishing sixth in the constructors’ championship – three spots up from its...

[F1 2018 NEWS] SCUDERIA FERRARI: DELIVERING ON EXPECTATIONS

2018 is a big year for Scuderia Ferrari. One in which it needs to completely break the cycle of Mercedes domination, in effect since the start of F1’s turbo-hybrid era…...

[F1 2018 NEWS] FORCE INDIA: THE BATTLE ROLLS ON

The simmering rivalry is expected to continue at Force India, with Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon both gunning for top drives elsewhere in 2019.

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Red Bull RB14 hits the track for the first time at Silverstone

Red Bull's new RB14 has taken to the track for the first time at Silverstone.

Engine no quick fix for Sauber, warns Vasseur

Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur has warned against expecting too much progress from the team based on its upgraded Ferrari power unit deal.

Sochi evaluating track changes to boost F1 overtaking

Russian Grand Prix organisers are in talks with Formula 1 chiefs and the FIA about making changes to the Sochi circuit to help boost overtaking.

Renault could need two or three years to make big F1 gains - Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg says he accepts Renault might need another two to three years to match Mercedes in Formula 1.

Red Bull has summer deadline for Honda switch - Marko

Red Bull Racing will decide in the first half of 2018 whether to switch to Honda power for next season, says Helmut Marko.

Williams recruits ex-McLaren F1 aero man McKiernan as chief engineer

Williams has named the McLaren Formula 1 team's former head of aerodynamics Doug McKiernan as its chief engineer, a role the team describes as a "new project-focused...

Rosberg knocks Pirelli and its tyre colors

Nico Rosberg has criticised Pirelli's decision to add additional colors to its 2018 tyre range, a love which will only confuse F1 fans says the 2016 world champion.

Williams expects 'really big step' from Stroll in 2018

Williams believes Lance Stroll can have a "phenomenal" second season in Formula One.

Red Bull unveils 2018 car with special edition livery

Red Bull has unveiled its car for the 2018 Formula One season, the RB14.

Helmut Marko plays down Red Bull's title chances!

Helmut Marko has played down Red Bull Racing's chances of winning the world championship this year, despite the team's promising potential.

Rival F1 teams keen on Haas equipment, says owner

Gene Haas says Formula 1 teams have contacted his outfit with interest in purchasing Haas Automation equipment.

What’s the difference between F1 2018’s two rookies?

Top F1 broadcaster and journalist James Allen examines the cases of Williams’s Sergey Sirotkin and Sauber’s Charles Leclerc – and wonders why they are perceived so...

F1 2018 car launch special

A gallery of all the Formula 1 2018 contenders revealed so far, which we will update as they appear.

Ricciardo needs to be less "sensitive" to set-up flaws

Daniel Ricciardo believes he needs to get better at driving through problems in the 2018 Formula 1 season rather than trying to perfect his set-ups.

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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)