Formula 1 should rethink holding its Las Vegas Grand Prix back-to-back with rounds in the Middle East, says Max Verstappen.
The Brazilian Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar for the next seven years years after a new deal with the Interlagos circuit was confirmed.
Formula 1 will continue to race at Spa-Francorchamps for at least the next two seasons after extending its contract with the Belgian circuit by a single year again.
Formula 1 declared its 2024 calendar is a “big step forward in regionalisation”. That may be an over-sell, but some progress has been made.
Formula 1 has revealed its new calendar for the 2024 season which will feature a record-breaking 24 grands prix and three races on Saturdays.
Formula 1 has agreed another new deal to continue racing at the Red Bull Ring just four months after its last contract extension was announced.
The Japanese Grand Prix will move from its regular late-season slot to a new sprint date in 2024, a local politician has claimed.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar until at least the 2026 season after the series announced a contract extension with the Baku race promoters.
The 2024 F1 calendar is likely to feature a record-breaking 24 races but the series admits the growing schedule is putting a strain on staff.
The Austrian Grand Prix’s contract to appear in the Formula 1 world championship has been renewed, keeping the race on the calendar until the 2027 season.
Formula 1 has finalised a schedule of 23 races for its 2023 season after confirming the Chinese Grand Prix will not be replaced.
The FIA has confirmed the starting times for all 23 races on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, including the new Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The Albert Park circuit in Melbourne has secured a two-year extension on its contract to hold the Australian Grand Prix, but will relinquish the 2024 season-opener to Saudi Arabia.
The Dutch Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar until at least 2025 after the series agreed a new deal with the Zandvoort circuit.
The venues of next year’s F1 sprint races have been confirmed at the latest World Motor Sport Council meeting, with six grand prix events hosting them
Formula 1 has several possible options to replace its cancelled Chinese Grand Prix, but it may not choose any of them.
Formula 1 will not race in China next season after it the series confirmed its scheduled round in Shanghai has been cancelled.
The venues which will host Formula 1’s six sprint races next year have been chosen, though at least one remains subject to change.
Zhou Guanyu admits he has concerns over whether next season’s Chinese Grand Prix will be able to go ahead as planned due to Covid restrictions in his country.
Formula 1’s first visit to Las Vegas in the eighties was not a success but the team behind next year’s new race aim for the event to secure a long-term future.