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[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] RENAULT SPORT: SERIOUS PROGRESS

Renault Sport took its fourth double points finish for the season in Canada, the 10-point haul mirroring China and Azerbaijan as its equal-highest since returning to F1...

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] BRENDON HARTLEY: NEEDING CONSISTENCY

Rumours continue to swirl about Brendon Hartley’s drive with Toro Rosso, following his struggle to put together a clean weekend in recent races.

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] FORCE INDIA: COMPACT STAR

Force India remains one of F1’s great success stories, with the compact Silverstone squad providing the sport’s best bang for buck – performance on a shoestring budget.

[F1 2018 NEWS FEATURE] MAURICE HAMILTON: WINNING LE MANS

You have to feel sorry for Toyota. They finally win Le Mans after 19 years of excruciating effort and social media comment is dominated by Fernando Alonso.

[F1 2018 VIDEO FEATURE] WILLIAMS: TROUBLED TIMES

2018 was meant to be a big step towards the front for Williams, following two disappointing seasons finishing fifth in the constructors’ standings.

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Boullier defends McLaren amid staff dissent reports

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has defended both the team and himself against critical reports in the British media which hinted at dissatisfaction amongst the...

Ericsson to miss FP2 after first practice crash

Marcus Ericsson will miss the second free practice session for the French Grand Prix thanks to damage to his Sauber Formula 1 car.

Alonso believes he's leading a "motorsport revolution"

McLaren F1 driver Fernando Alonso says he is happy to be leading a "revolution" in motorsport following his outing in the Indianapolis 500 and his victory in the Le Mans...

Hakkinen to star at Goodwood, Monterey Motorsports Reunion

Two-time F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen will drive at two of this summer's biggest celebrations of motorsport history - the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Monterey...

Hamilton quickest as fiery Ericsson crash ends FP1

Lewis Hamilton set the pace in first practice for Formula 1's returning French Grand Prix, as the opening session was ended early by a fiery crash for Marcus Ericsson.

Follow French GP practice as it happens

Follow all the action from the French Grand Prix weekend with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Sirotkin seat discomfort woes finally "all sorted"

Williams Formula 1 rookie Sergey Sirotkin has another new seat this weekend but the discomfort he has suffered in his cockpit has already been solved.

Hamilton spurred on by "openly critical" Mercedes debriefs

Lewis Hamilton says he and his Mercedes Formula 1 team are benefitting from an "openly critical" approach in team meetings as both sides seek a turnaround in their 2018...

Bespoke Honda engine "very good" for Red Bull

Max Verstappen says having a Honda engine "purely designed around your car" will be a big benefit to his Red Bull Formula 1 team.

Latest F1 tech updates, direct from the garages

As Formula 1 returns to France this weekend, Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images reveal the all-important technical updates on show in the Paul Ricard pitlane.

No name clash with Honda's Red Bull switch

Red Bull title sponsor Aston Martin says the team's switch to Honda engines in Formula 1 next year has caused no concerns about brand confusion.

Inside Renault's F1 Tour de France

The return of the French Grand Prix is big news for a country with such a proud F1 history. Anthony Rowlinson joined Renault and Nico Hulkenberg on the Cote d’Azur during...

Thursday's press conference

DRIVERS – Pierre GASLY (Toro Rosso,) Romain GROSJEAN (Haas), Esteban OCON (Force India), Fernando ALONSO (McLaren).

New-spec Mercedes engine could be delayed further

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have hinted at a further delay for Mercedes' new Formula 1 engine specification, with no confirmation of its French Grand Prix use yet.

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March 25 Australia (Melbourne)
April 8 Bahrain (Sakhir)
April 15 China (Shanghai)
April 29 Azerbaijan (Baku)
May 13 Spain (Barcelona)
May 27 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
June 10 Canada (Montreal)
June 24 France (Le Castellet)
July 1 Austria (Spielberg)
July 8 Great Britain (Silverstone)
July 22 Germany (Hockenheim)
July 29 Hungary (Budapest)
August 26 Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
September 2 Italy (Monza)
September 16 Singapore (Marina Bay)
September 30 Russia (Sochi)
October 7 Japan (Suzuka)
October 21 USA (Austin)
October 28 Mexico (Mexico City)
November 11 Brazil (Sao Paulo)
November 25 Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)