// EXCLUSIVES

VALTTERI BOTTAS: THE NEW FLYING FINN

Flying Finn Valtteri Bottas has proved himself at the highest level, able to win Grands Prix under the heaviest of pressure.

WILLIAMS: THE FILM

The word awesome is overused in modern life, almost to the point of becoming meaningless, but Williams The Film is just that – awesome.

PADDOCK INSIDER: DAN KNUTSON

One of the best things about being in an F1 paddock is meeting and chatting with the people who live and breathe the sport, and travel with it from Melbourne to Abu...

MAURICE HAMILTON: IS LEWIS SELFISH OR SENSIBLE?

In the same way that Nigel Mansell could inspire and infuriate, sometimes in the same sentence, Lewis Hamilton had the motor sport media eulogising while trying not to be...

BRITISH GRAND PRIX: IN PICTURES

Silverstone’s future as British Grand Prix host beyond 2019 was one of the main talking points of the weekend, despite the track considered the home of British...

2017 BRITISH GRAND PRIX: RACE REVIEW

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has won his fifth British Grand Prix, the first to win four-straight – incredibly, closing to him to within one-point of Ferrari’s Sebastian...

BRITISH GRAND PRIX: RACE PREVIEW

Formula 1 now heads west from Austria to the English countryside, as the grid prepares for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone – the legendary track where it all began...

PIT STOPS: WILLIAMS LEADS THE WAY

Williams’ podium on the streets of Baku, care of a level-headed performance from rookie Lance Stroll, may be the closest the historic British team has come to winning...

MAX VERSTAPPEN: WILL HE SWITCH TEAMS?

Max Verstappen remains Formula 1’s hottest property. The 19-year-old has already proven that he’s the once in a generation racer, a Grand Prix winner with brilliant...

MAURICE HAMILTON: BOTTAS SET FOR REAR GUN?

Never mind getting himself onto the top step, the faultless drive by Valtteri Bottas in Austria may have actually moved him between a rock and a hard place going into...

AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX: IN PICTURES

Formula 1 returned to Austria’s Styrian Mountains, the crowds heading to the Red Bull Ring - as one of the sport’s prettiest locations, one known to produce great racing...

AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX: RACE REVIEW

Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas has won a thrilling Austrian Grand Prix, winning his second F1 Grand Prix in the same style as his first in Russia - under maximum pressure from...

AUSTRIAN GRAND PRIX: RACE PREVIEW

After an action-packed unpredictable race in Azerbaijan, Formula 1 heads back to its European heartland and Austria’s Styrian mountains, known for its natural beauty, its...

TORO ROSSO: MISSED OPPORTUNITIES

Toro Rosso’s difficulties continue, as it struggles to achieve double points finishes, with just two from the first eight races. The Faenza-based squad is gunning for...

SEBASTIAN VETTEL: LUCK ON HIS SIDE

Ferrari’s 4-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel has been let off the hook by F1’s governing body the FIA for his road rage during the Azerbaijan GP – after accepting...

ROMAIN GROSJEAN: BRAKING FRUSTRATIONS

Romain Grosjean may just have a fight on his hands at all-American team Haas with the Frenchman sitting behind his teammate Kevin Magnussen, 14th in the drivers’...

SAUBER: LEADER NEEDED

Swiss squad Sauber continues to run on-track without a team boss, after its long-time leader Monisha Kaltenborn left her position, as Group CEO, in the lead-up to...

MAURICE HAMILTON: VETTEL OFF THE HOOK

Last weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed provided an interesting cross-section of opinion on what should become of Sebastian Vettel (before the FIA handed down its...

STOFFEL VANDOORNE: PUZZLING STRUGGLES

McLaren’s woes with Honda continue to roll-on, as the paddock now waits for confirmation that the partnership is finished ahead of a power unit switch for the 2018...

WILLIAMS: CONFIDENCE BOOSTED

Williams is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Formula 1 this year, a huge milestone for the historic British squad. It has secured nine constructors’ championships...

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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)