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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21 July 2018
WHAT TO WATCH FOR: 5 storylines for Sunday’s race in Germany
From a dejected Lewis Hamilton looking to fight back to his Mercedes team mate looking to gatecrash the party at Sebastian Vettel’s home rac...

21 July 2018
Hamilton not to blame for qualifying woe – Wolff
What caused Lewis Hamilton’s car failure in Germany? Was it the Mercedes star’s bumpy ride at Turn 1? The team were the talk of the paddock ...

21 July 2018
John Elkann appointed Chairman of Ferrari
Ferrari’s Board have named John Elkann as their new Chairman after announcing that Sergio Marchionne will be unable to return to work....

21 July 2018
What the teams said - qualifying in Germany
A round-up of all the action from final practice and qualifying at the Formula 1 Emirates Grosser Preis von Deutschland 2018 at Hockenheim.....

21 July 2018
FIA post-qualifying press conference - Germany
DRIVERS: 1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari) 2 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes) 3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)...

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A virtual lap of Hockenheimring. The track is almost completely flat and has long straights followed by slow corners and hairpins. Top-speed and good torque is vital and the circuit is one of the hardest on brakes. The circuit is 4.5 km long and with 17 corners and 6 straights.

A virtual lap of Hungaroring. The circuit is very challenging and tough for the drivers, but also as one of the safest race tracks in Formula 1. The circuit benefits track position, pit strategy, and high downforce. Overtaking is difficult unless the driver in front makes a mistake.

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. The Belgian GP is a challenge both in terms of car set-up and in predicting the weather.