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[F1 2019 NEWS FEATURE] MAURICE HAMILTON: FUTURE F1 CARS

There was a lot of talk last weekend about IndyCar lap times at Circuit of the Americas being slower than Formula 1. It’s a reasonable comparison on a track with a bit of...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] ROBERT KUBICA: DREAM ACHIEVED

There was plenty of emotion at Albert Park on Sunday, with Polish racer Robert Kubica’s fairytale return to F1 coming true; despite the 34-year-old finishing 20th and...

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] RENAULT F1 TEAM: MORE WORK NEEDED

Renault proved in Melbourne it has a long way to go to be F1’s best of the rest, with Haas a cut above at Albert Park, meaning there’s more homework ahead… 

[F1 2019 VIDEO FEATURE] SCUDERIA FERRARI: SHOCKING START

Sebastian Vettel left Australia shocked and stunned, after Ferrari finished almost a minute behind the dominant Mercedes W10 of Valtteri Bottas.

[F1 2019 NEWS FEATURE] MAURICE HAMILTON: AUSTRALIA DEBRIEF

Coming from a part of the world that’s mad about rallying, you’ll forgive my suggestion that Valtteri Bottas’s outing in the Lapland Rally in January did him the power of...

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Sainz says McLaren has to avoid 2018 development 'trap'

McLaren's 2019 Formula 1 chances depends on it avoiding the development 'trap' it fell into during last year, says Carlos Sainz.

Ferrari expects to see impact of 'corrections' in Bahrain

Ferrari expects its performance in this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix to show the effect of the 'corrections' it has made following its poor start to the 2019 Formula 1...

'Disappointed' Renault must be hard on itself

Renault's Formula 1 team needs to be hard on itself if it is to bounce back from the disappointment of the Australian Grand Prix, reckons its managing director Cyril...

Schumacher set for F1 test debut with Ferrari

Mick Schumacher is set to make his Formula 1 test debut with Ferrari at next week's post-Bahrain Grand Prix test, Motorsport.com has learned.

Vettel expects six drivers to 'have a say' in F1 title battle

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel believes the six drivers employed by Formula 1's leading teams will all “have a word to say” in the way the 2019 title fight pans out.

Honda eyes first Red Bull win by summer

Honda hopes to have its first victory with Red Bull by summer break as it bids to make use of its chance to win in Formula 1 again.

Eight tech tweaks that boosted Mercedes in Australia

Mercedes arrived in Australia as the underdog for the first time in the hybrid era - but once again it scored a 1-2 finish. So what changed between pre-season testing and...

All Alfa Romeo F1 cars since 1950

Alfa Romeo has had a rollercoaster relationship with the Formula 1 World Championship, and it’s never been better than its first two seasons when it took back-to-back...

Seven ways F1 teams got around tobacco bans

Following the removal of tobacco-adjacent branding from two F1 teams' cars in Australia, we recall how grand prix squads tackled similar regulatory hurdles in the past.

Agreeing cost cap more urgent than 2021 tech specs

Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul believes that agreeing a new set of financial regulations should be the first priority in discussions over Formula 1's post-2021...

Overtaking Ferrari shows Honda power now 'enormous'

Max Verstappen’s overtaking move on Sebastian Vettel at the Australian Grand Prix shows that Honda now has 'enormous' power, reckons Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.

An in-depth look at Formula 1 rear wings

Formula 1 cars become increasingly more complex with every iteration and 2019 has been no exception.

Momentum building for 2021 F1 changes, says Wolff

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff is optimistic about next week's crucial discussions in London about the shape of Formula 1 in 2021.

Norris 'drove like a veteran' on F1 debut

McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran believes Formula 1 debutant Lando Norris “drove like a veteran” in the Australian Grand Prix.

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March 17 Australia (Melbourne)
March 31 Bahrain (Sakhir)
April 14 China (Shanghai)
April 28 Azerbaijan (Baku)
May 12 Spain (Barcelona)
May 26 Monaco (Monte Carlo)
June 9 Canada (Montreal)
June 23 France (Le Castellet)
June 30 Austria (Spielberg)
July 14 Great Britain (Silverstone)
July 28 Germany (Hockenheim)
August 4 Hungary (Budapest)
September 1 Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
September 8 Italy (Monza)
September 22 Singapore (Marina Bay)
September 29 Russia (Sochi)
October 13 Japan (Suzuka)
October 27 Mexico (Mexico City)
November 3 USA (Austin)
November 17 Brazil (Sao Paulo)
December 1 Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)