Felipe Massa thought he'd waved goodbye to F1 for good at the end of 2016, but he's been given a last chance to have another crack at the sport he loves. James Roberts...
Force India is planning further aero upgrades, as well as a move to the latest Mercedes power unit, for this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.
The first of the new-era Silver Arrows to hit its target, winning the 2012 Chinese Grand Prix and laying the foundations for world domination a few years later...
Every aspiring race car driver must follow a driving course, a high-speed driving training programme course should we say, to obtain a racing licence. Gilles Villeneuve,...
Lewis Hamilton will have to remain on top of his game to maintain his lead in the F1 championship, his Mercedes team say.
Honda has revealed it had fears that Fernando Alonso’s engine had been damaged beyond repair in the first accident he suffered at the Singapore Grand Prix.
On Monday, Red Bull Racing confirmed the rumours circulating in the Singapore GP paddock: that from 2018 onwards it will be known as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
Felipe Massa has suggested it is Williams or nothing if he is to stay on in Formula 1 for the 2018 season.
Force India brought a new innovation in Formula 1 car design to the recent Singapore Grand Prix, adding more than 30 small fins to the top of its engine cover.
Aston Martin hint at future engine involvement, Hamilton has "no desire" to chase Schumacher record, di Resta in Williams hopes, plus more.
Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has been impressed by Formula 1 rival Renault’s upturn in form but says it has a long way to go to fight at the front.
Aston Martin will become the Red Bull Formula 1 team’s title sponsor for the 2018 season.
Formula 1 championship leader Lewis Hamilton says he will not specifically target matching Michael Schumacher's current all-time record of seven world championship...
The Toro Rosso Formula 1 team could pay the price in the near future for taking Honda engines, says 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.
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|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)|
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|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)|