// F1 EXCLUSIVES

[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.

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX

Sochi, on the shores of the Black Sea, in Russia, played host to another chapter of the already white-hot battle between Ferrari and Mercedes.

[F1 2018 NEWS] MAURICE HAMILTON: DOES F1 NEED PIT STOPS?

Pit stops. Who needs them? According to some in F1, we should have more rather than less. Others – admittedly, a minority – would prefer no pit stops at all.

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX

The desert sands of Bahrain provided another stunning backdrop to what is heating up to be one of the most exciting seasons in years.

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: CHINESE GRAND PRIX

Shanghai provided a sleek, futuristic feel for Round 2 of the Formula One World Championship – with the Chinese Grand Prix again attracting huge crowds for its 14th event...

[F1 2018 NEWS] STEWART BELL: WILL HALO BE ACCEPTED?

I was chatting about F1 2018 with a prominent lifestyle magazine editor late last year, briefing him on the upcoming changes and decided to also send him a picture of the...

[F1 2017 NEWS] RACE RECAP: AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX

Melbourne ushered in F1’s new era, the city hosting its 22nd event – and the result was just what the sport needed, with Sebastian Vettel breaking Ferrari’s 27-race...

[F1 2017 NEWS] MAURICE HAMILTON: GOBSHITE OF THE YEAR

Allow me to introduce the Irish Racing Drivers’ Club, a gathering that becomes more informal and rowdy as the annual lunch in London’s RAC Club wears on in early...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: MERCEDES

2017 was a fairytale campaign for Mercedes, despite the fact it had to fight Ferrari hard for its fourth-straight title double. The Silver Arrows headed to pre-season...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: FERRARI

Ferrari failed in its goal this year to clinch either the drivers or constructors’ world championships, but there’s no doubt its challenge to Mercedes was a breath of...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: RED BULL RACING

Red Bull Racing prepared for this year by launching its new car, the RB13, with the quirky tagline “unlucky for some” – ahead of an expected tilt at the world...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: FORCE INDIA

Force India has long provided performance on a shoestring budget – but it was expected to struggle this season with F1’s technical regulation shake-up likely to favour...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: WILLIAMS

At the start of 2017, Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams did not hold back when asked about her team’s recent dip in form – the squad fifth in the...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: RENAULT SPORT

Renault Sport was the big mover in F1 this year, the French manufacturer up three places in the constructors’ standings. It was a big step up for the marque on the second...

[F1 2017 NEWS] MAURICE HAMILTON: ARE WILLIAMS' PRIORITIES RIGHT?

Almost 40 years to the day since the unveiling of the car that marked a new beginning for Williams, a feature in last Saturday’s Financial Times showed that the team has...

[F1 2017 NEWS] SEASON REVIEW: TORO ROSSO

Red Bull B-team Toro Rosso began the season with so much promise. Its much-admired STR12 unveiled in Barcelona, with many in the F1 pit lane dubbing it a “jewel of a car”...

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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)