2016 Formula 1 calendar

Australian GP 18-20 Mar
Bahrain GP 1-3 Apr
Chinese GP 15-17 Apr
Russian GP 29-1 May
Spanish GP 13-15 May
Monaco GP 26-29 May
Canadian GP 10-12 Jun
European GP 17-19 Jun
Austrian GP 1-3 Jul
British GP 8-10 Jul
Hungarian GP 22-24 Jul
German GP 29-31 Jul
Belgian GP 26-28 Aug
Italian GP 2-4 Sep
Singapore GP 16-18 Sep
Malaysian GP 30-2 Oct
Japanese GP 7-9 Oct
United States GP 21-23 Oct
Mexican GP 28-30 Oct
Brazilian GP 11-13 Nov
Abu Dhabi GP 25-27 Nov

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2017 Formula 1 preview
German GP: Nurburgring.
GP of America: Port Imperial Street Circuit in West New York and Weehawken, New Jersey. The race will run along and above the banks of the Hudson River overlooking the New York City skyline.

Formula 1 news

28 July 2016
No Halo introduction for F1 2017, deferred to 2018
The Strategy Group agrees unanimously that the 2018 season will see the introduction of frontal cockpit protection for F1 cars...

28 July 2016
Liberal approach as FIA drops radio restrictions
Drivers and teams will be free to communicate without restrictions after the Strategy Group votes to scrap controversial ruling....

28 July 2016
Senna and Prost would have liked Kimi battle - Verstappen
"At the end of the day we're fighting in the championship with Ferrari. It s not like you say thank you very much, the door is open, you ca...

28 July 2016
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28 July 2016
Hamilton: Championship lead changes nothing
Lewis Hamilton says his approach to the season won't be altered by taking the F1 championship lead from Nico Rosberg and feels he is still c...

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Formula 1 videos


A virtual lap of Hungaroring in Hungary. Due to its unique position in a small valley about 80 percent of the 4.38 kilometer long race track can be seen from any part of the grandstands.


A virtual lap of Hockenheimring in Germany. The circuit, located in Hockenheim 20 km from Heidelberg, hosted the Formula One German Grand Prix for the first time in 1970.


A virtual lap of Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium. There are many reasons that drivers love Spa but mostly because it is fast, hilly, twisty, challenging and difficult to master.