The Mexican Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar for at least the next three years, that championship has announced.
The promoter of the Mexican Grand Prix has indicated the race will appear on the 2020 F1 calendar after agreeing an extension to its current contract.
Formula 1 teams are being asked to vote on expanding next year’s calendar to a record 22 races, but the current three-engine limit will remain.
Formula 1 teams are divided over whether the maximum number of engines per driver should increase from three to four if the schedule expands to 22 races next year.
The German Grand Prix promoters tried to add a Formula 2 round at the track to capitalise on the popularity of Mick Schumacher after he joined the championship.
Ross Brawn says F1’s input into the Vietnam GP track will make it “the first circuit that’s been designed from the ground up to be a great racing circuit.”
The Australian Grand Prix will remain at Melbourne until at least the end of 2025 after Formula 1 Management confirmed a two-year extension on its current deal.
The promoters of the British Grand Prix have been given assurances they won’t have to compete with a race in London for the next three years.
The future of the British Grand Prix has been secured after a new deal was announced to ensure its appearance on the 2020 F1 calendar.
Formula 1 should cap the number of grands prix per season at 20 to increase revenue from race hosting fees, says Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer.
Sergio Perez is doubtful the Mexican Grand Prix will remain on the F1 schedule next year.
The future of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone remains uncertain despite reports two months ago claiming a deal to keep it on the F1 calendar was close.
The Circuit de Catalunya is likely to keep its status as Formula 1’s preferred pre-season testing venue even if it doesn’t hold a race next year.
Zandvoort circuit director Jan Lammers says some corners will be eased to aid overtaking at the 2020 Dutch Grand Prix but they won’t change “our Eau Rouge”.
The Dutch Grand Prix will return to Formula 1 next year at Zandvoort, 35 years since the race was last held at the seaside circuit.
The president of the Circuit de Catalunya has told RaceFans he believes there is a more than 90% chance a new deal will be signed to keep F1 at the track in 2020.
Carlos Sainz Jnr fears it may be too late to ensure the Spanish Grand Prix has a place on the 2020 F1 calendar.
A Formula 1 race in Miami will not take place at the downtown location which was originally chosen as the grand prix venue.
The Miami City Commission has deferred its decision on whether to approve a Formula 1 race in the city in 2020 until late next month.
Will Britain keep its round of the world championship? What about Spain, Germany, Monza and Mexico? And how will Zandvoort fit into the 2010 F1 calendar? Dieter Rencken answers your questions.