Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Friday, 16 March 2018 12:35

The 2018 season features an expanded 19-race schedule with the inclusion of the Thailand later in the year. The first race taking place this weekend in Qatar is programmed a week earlier than usual and the season will also conclude a week later to allow space for the new race in Buriram.

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Other changes from 2017 include Catalunya being scheduled a week later, which in turn pushes out the Dutch round in Assen. The following weekend in Germany will take place a fortnight later rather than after a single week. The Thailand Grand Prix slots in October before the Australasian triple hearder. The Hermann Tilke-designed circuit was used for the second winter test and has and has hosted the World Superbike Championship since 2015.

Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Sunday, 04 March 2018 14:39

The F1 season features 21 race weekends in 2018, thanks to the return of the German grand prix, held every two years in Hockenheim. This year also sees the reintroduction of the French Grand Prix after a ten-year hiatus. The event will now take place in Le Castellet near Marseilles, which last hosted the race in 1990, rather than Magny-Cours where the last edition was won by the then title contender, Felipe Massa.


Due to a national holiday in China, the grand prix is swapping place with Bahrain to boost ticket sales for the Shanghai event. Having its place taken by the revived French grand prix, Azerbaijan moves to the spot formerly occupied by Russia, which is now scheduled in place of the defunct Malaysian grand prix following the Singapore night race.

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