The recently-announced 2023 Formula 1 calendar includes a record 24 races, but the series is working on a strategy to add a 25th.
Sky Sports has extended its exclusive deal to broadcast live coverage of Formula 1, F2 and FIA F3 in the United Kingdom.
Mercedes have extended their title sponsorship and technical agreement with Petronas with a new contract lasting until 2029.
Red Bull will continue to receive technical support from Honda in running their Formula 1 power units until the current engine regulations are replaced.
The promoters of the Australian Grand Prix have agreed a new 10-year contract with Formula 1 which will also bring Formula 2 and Formula 3 to Melbourne.
Sergio Perez will remain at Red Bull for at least two more years, the team has confirmed, after they agreed a new contract.
Formula 1 drivers will compete on the streets of Las Vegas in a new Saturday night race to be held for the first time in November 2023.
Formula 1 will continue to race at Imola in Italy until at least 2025 after signing a new deal with the race promoters.
Mario Andretti says his son is “all in and ready to go” with an F1 team and already has a deal in place for a supply of power units.
The Unites States Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 schedule until at least the end of the 2026 season, it has been confirmed.
Formula 1 will continue to race in Bahrain until at least the 2036 season after announcing a contract extension with the Bahrain International Circuit.
McLaren has agreed a new deal with Lando Norris which will keep the 22-year-old at the team until at least 2025.
Formula 1 will continue to race at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dhabi until at least 2030 after announcing a new deal with the promoters.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will remain on the F1 calendar until at least 2024, but its promoter ruled out a date swap with Turkey this year.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
Red Bull and its sister team AlphaTauri will continue using Honda’s power units until Formula 1’s new engine rules are introduced in 2025, the teams have confirmed.
Liberty Media intends to continue adding more events to the Formula 1 schedule and rotate between some venues in coming seasons.
The Brazilian Grand Prix could remain at Interlagos for the foreseeable future as the circuit is closing on a new, five-year deal to host the race.
The Chinese Grand Prix promoters and Formula 1 are expected to announced a new deal to continue the event until 2025.