2014 Formula 1 calendar

Australian GP 14-16 Mar
Malaysian GP 28-30 Mar
Bahrain GP 4-6 Apr
Chinese GP 18-20 Apr
Spanish GP 9-11 May
Monaco GP 22-25 May
Canadian GP 6-8 Jun
Austrian GP 20-22 Jun
British GP 4-6 Jul
German GP 18-20 Jul
Hungarian GP 25-27 Jul
Belgian GP 22-24 Aug
Italian GP 5-7 Sep
Singapore GP 19-21 Sep
Japanese GP 3-5 Oct
Russian GP 10-12 Oct
United States GP 31-2 Nov
Brazilian GP 7-9 Nov
Abu Dhabi GP 21-23 Nov

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Indian GP: Buddh Circuit.
GP of America: Port Imperial Street Circuit, New Jersey.
German GP: Nurburgring.
Mexican GP: Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

Formula 1 news

Lotus now 'second-best' Renault team
Romain Grosjean says Lotus is now the second best Renault team in Formula 1 after running in the top 10 in the Chinese Grand Prix...
Wednesday 23 April 2014

Nothing wrong with McLaren - Boullier
Racing director Eric Boullier calls for calm and insists he will "rebuild a winning McLaren team"....
Wednesday 23 April 2014

McLaren believes wins are possible
McLaren has vowed to fight back into contention to win grands prix later in the Formula 1 season....
Wednesday 23 April 2014

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Formula 1 videos

A virtual lap of Circuit de Catalunya in Spain. Information about important parts of the race track, the specific curves and gear selection.

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Listen to the fantastic engine sound from the BRM V16 from 1949. The engine has 1500 cc displacement, 16 cylinders and supercharger. 600 hp at 12,000 rpm with 14,000 rpm limit! High volume is recommended!

Nurburgring Nordschleife with onboard camera in 1967. The Nordschleife (North Loop) was 22.81 glorious kilometers of tarmac and it was nicknamed "The Green Hell" by Jackie Stewart, three-time winner of the German Grand Prix.