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What was supposed to be a record-breaking F1 calendar has been left in tatters by the coronavirus pandemic. Here is the current status of all 22 races on the schedule.
21 March 2020 marks the day that the iconic Ayrton Senna would have turned 60 – arguably Formula 1’s greatest legend.
Formula 1 only needs eight races for the season to be a World Championship. But which eight would make our shortlist?
On this day in 2007, Formula 1’s 61st season began. With a thrilling title fight and controversy aplenty, it’s considered one of the best.
No racing, but that did not completely stop the chaos in Melbourne where some are coming away with a better reputation than others.
Formula 1 waited until two hours before the start of the Australian GP weekend to cancel the race and Chase Carey actually believes they handled the situation well. They didn’t.
A new season of Formula 1 is around the corner. While most drivers on the grid are established names, many are desperate for a strong start nonetheless…
Fingers crossed, but the Australian Grand Prix seems to have withstood the coronavirus and we can look forward to kicking off the 2020 season.
Mercedes will not win this year’s Constructors’ Championship and Williams won’t be last…
It has been a long winter, but finally the Formula 1 circus is back on the road – first stop Albert Park for the 2020 Australian Grand Prix.