Newly-confirmed Ferrari Formula 1 junior Mick Schumacher is set to be guided by the management company of Nicolas Todt this season.
Esteban Ocon believes he will not be forgotten by Mercedes during his year out of Formula 1, even though he admits 'you don't earn anything' on the sidelines.
Formula 1's top teams could converge towards longer wheelbase concepts with their 2019 designs as an unintended consequence of a higher fuel allowance.
How Formula 1 decides which teams pays what amount as an entry fee to take part in each Grand Prix season
George Russell believes Formula 2 rival Lando Norris securing a Formula 1 race seat with McLaren helped to put pressure on Williams to sign him for 2019.
Max Verstappen’s growing presence in sim racing has given those close to the Red Bull Formula 1 star an insight into driving ability that is “almost impossible to...
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael, has officially joined Ferrari’s young driver programme.
Formula 1 has released figures to outline a “significant increase” in audience figures across TV and digital platforms in 2018, the second year of Liberty Media’s...
Three Formula 1 teams and UK motorsport’s governing body have discussed collectively writing to British prime minister Theresa May amid mounting concerns over a possible...
Robert Kubica says he will be 'more like a rookie' than a grand prix winner and veteran of five seasons on his return to the Formula 1 grid with Williams in 2019.
Jerome Stoll will continue as president of Renault's sporting division despite a replacement being announced by the French company last year.
Incoming Red Bull Formula 1 driver Pierre Gasly says he is not going to the team in 2019 to be 'second driver' to Max Verstappen.
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe has admitted he 'fell into the trap' of not accepting the extent of the Formula 1 team's problems and how much change it...
Honda's target for the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season is to establish itself ahead of Renault and then try to catch Mercedes and Ferrari during the year.
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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)|