2018 Formula 1 calendar

Australian GP 25 Mar
Bahrain GP 8 Apr
Chinese GP 15 Apr
Azerbaijan GP 29 Apr
Spanish GP 13 May
Monaco GP 27 May
Canadian GP 10 Jun
French GP 24 Jun
Austrian GP 1 Jul
British GP 8 Jul
German GP 22 Jul
Hungarian GP 29 Jul
Belgian GP 26 Aug
Italian GP 2 Sep
Singapore GP 16 Sep
Russian GP 30 Sep
Japanese GP 7 Oct
United States GP 21 Oct
Mexican GP 28 Oct
Brazilian GP 11 Nov
Abu Dhabi GP 25 Nov

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Formula 1 news

20 March 2018
Tech Tuesday - How Red Bull have played barge board catch up
Last year Red Bull launched with a very straightforward, clutter-free car design – and were way off the leading pace to start the season. Th...

20 March 2018
VIDEO: 5 crazy onboard moments from Australia
From big crashes to unexpected engine blow-outs, we present five of the craziest onboard moments in Australian Grand Prix history!...

20 March 2018
Tech insight - Renault looking for exhaust boost
Teams will stop at nothing to get an aerodynamic boost. And Renault’s new R.S.18 features one of the most interesting solutions on the grid,...

20 March 2018
Australia preview quotes - the teams and drivers on Melbourne
The teams and drivers look ahead to the first race of the 2018 Formula 1 season, which features a record-breaking 21 Grands Prix......

19 March 2018
FEATURE: Why 2018 could finally be Ferrari's year
“I have no interest in life outside racing cars.” That single-minded attitude defined Enzo Ferrari’s approach to F1, and helps explain why h...

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A virtual lap of Albert Park Circuit, host for the Australian Grand Prix. The temporary street course is 5.3 kilometers long. The direction is clockwise. The track is fairly demanding and tricky for the drivers as it is quite fast and also contains many challenging corners.

A virtual lap of Bahrain International Circuit. The circuit has one of the most unique surroundings on the F1 calendar due to its location in the middle of a desert. Sand on the circuit can result in loss of grip and additional thermal problems, if it gets into the car.

A virtual lap of Shanghai International Circuit, host for the Chinese Grand Prix. A unique combination of slow spiraling corners, fast corners, hairpins, long and short straights makes Shanghai one of the most challenging circuits of the F1 season.