A 21-race program for 2018 – Carey

Formula 1 chief executive Chase Carey has announced that there will be 21 grands prix on the 2018 calendar.
That is just one race more than this season, despite the fact that the sport's new owners Liberty Media have spoken about expanding to as many as 25 races per year.

There w read more...

Vettel fastest in second Monaco practice

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel was fastest in second practice for the Monaco GP, while title rival Lewis Hamilton was down in eighth.
Championship leader Vettel ended up the second session 0.487 seconds quicker than the Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo but Hamilton's Mercedes struggled to keep up, d read more...

Renault reduce Alonso’s 2018 options

Renault advisor Alain Prost has told Fernando Alonso they will not be in a position to offer him a winning drive next season The McLaren star reiterated his desire to be in a race-winning car next season, but Renault have shut the door on the Spaniard returning as they cannot offer him that c read more...

Stroll laughs off criticism

Formula One rookie Lance Stroll has described criticism of him and his difficult start to the season as ‘funny’.
Whilst Williams team-mate Felipe Massa has been amongst the points on three occasions and sits in ninth place in the driver's standings, things have not gone so well for Stro read more...

Perez targets podium return

Force India driver Sergio Perez says he is hoping for a repeat performance to finish on the podium at the Monaco GP this weekend.
The Mexican racer put in a fine display on the Monte Carlo circuit 12 months ago to finish third, one of the highlights of the 27-year-old's career to date. Perez read more...

Lauda plays down Alonso talk

Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda has revealed Fernando Alonso is

not on our wish list
for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
The 35-year-old two-time world champion has been linked with a future move to the Silver Arrows as he is increasingly frustrated with current team McLaren read more...

Massa may extend Williams stay

Brazilian star Felipe Massa has said he could stay on as a Williams driver beyond the end of the current 2017 season.
Massa was persuaded to drive for Williams this year after initially retiring at the end of 2016.
His plans changed when Nico Rosberg's shock exit from the sport meant Valt read more...

Kvyat relishing home comforts

Daniil Kvyat says he is looking forward to racing in his 'home' Grand Prix around the

unique
Monaco circuit.
The high-octane sport once again descends on the principality this weekend for the sport's most iconic race, with Mercedes and Ferrari expected to be the domi read more...

Wolff revels in competition

Mercedes chief Toto Wolff has admitted the tough competition for the Drivers' Championship has been a revelation for him this season.
The Silver Arrows have dominated the championship for the last few years but the rise of Ferrari means the title race between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vet read more...

Button determined to impress in Monaco

Jenson Button has said he can be in the points for McLaren in Monaco this weekend as he prepares for his one-off return to F1.
The Briton has been tempted back to the grid to fill in for Fernando Alonso, who is competing in the Indy 500, but the 2009 world champion has said the race will ver read more...