F1 Calendar
2016

3 July Austrian GP
10 July British GP
24 July Hungarian GP
31 July German GP
28 August Belgian GP
4 September Italian GP
18 September Singapore GP
2 October Malaysian GP
9 October Japanese GP
23 October United States GP
30 October Mexican GP
13 November Brazilian GP
27 November Abu Dhabi GP

Le Mans 24 Hours
2016

Once the temperature dropped, the third-string petrol-powered 919 Hybrid humbled not just the more experienced Porsche crews but also the hotly tipped Audi turbodiesels. Still looking for his first Le Mans victory, Mark Webber rued, “The #19 car was faster than us, especially at night. It left us and the Audis behind”. Thus Nick Tandy became the 32nd British winner of.....

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Austrian
Grand Prix 2016

“It took me a while to get back into the groove with this car, after I’ve driven something else for quite a few laps,” offered Nico Hulkenberg with more than a hint of understatement. The Hulk had spent the previous weekend racing his Porsche 919 Hybrid to victory in the Le Mans 24 Hour Race, so perhaps could be allowed a little time to radjust. But readjust he did, recording.....

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British
Grand Prix 2016

“The 140,000 sell-out crowd held its breath as, two by two, the Mercedes, Williams and Ferraris filled the front rows of the grid. Sensationally, the white cars swept past the Silver Arrows at Abbey. It soon became apparent that Massa was hindering Bottas who was temporarily denied permission to attack his partner. Once in clean air, Valtteri demonstrated his.....

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Hungarian
Grand Prix 2016

Budapest, built astride the River Danube, is one of Europe’s greatest cities. With the circuit just a few miles to the east there will be plenty of time to enjoy the wealth of tourist attractions, lively nightlife and guaranteed sunshine which makes this one of Formula One’s favourite playgrounds. In addition to our weekend trip, we also offer a longer option which has become.....

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German
Grand Prix 2016

After a brief hiatus the German GP returns to Hockenheim. Our base is historic Heidelberg, just ten miles from the circuit. This beautiful university town is full of bars, cafes, restaurants and traditional inns which are the focus of evening entertainment. The view from the Old Bridge to the magnificent castle, high above the River Neckar, is surely one of Europe’s......

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Belgian
Grand Prix 2016

“A trouble-free run in Belgium last year saw Lewis lead home a Mercedes 1-2. Behind them, third was anything but a forgone conclusion. Bottas started in the podium position but his misadventures included a penalty for taking on non-matching tyres. Perez staked an early claim, even leading briefly, before falling away. Ricciardo flattered to deceive until his.....

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Italian
Grand Prix 2016

“Mercedes introduced their upgraded engine at Monza last September, a race earlier than scheduled. “It was a bit of a risky call,” explained team principal Toto Wolff. “And we saw what happened to Nico.” Rosberg’s phase-four power unit developed a leak on Saturday necessitating a switch back to his old engine which already had five races under its.....

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Singapore
Grand Prix 2016

F1's original night race on public roads running between historic landmarks and the spectacular marina has become an instant classic. Despite its claim to being the world's busiest port, the city itself is relatively compact and easy to explore. Little India, Raffles Hotel and other remnants of a rich colonial past will vie for your attention with the space age architecture .....

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US
Grand Prix 2016

“Freak weather ravaged the Friday and Saturday schedule at Austin last year. With qualifying postponed until Sunday morning, race set-ups and strategies were pure guess work. The elements gifted us the best race of 2015 with a drying track and a feast of overtaking. Hamilton relished the conditions: “In the esses the car was just drifting - aquaplane, drift, catch it.....

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Mexican
Grand Prix 2016

Newly crowned champion Lewis Hamilton did everything right at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez last year. Nico Rosberg just did it all a fraction better. With the pressure off, both Mercedes drivers raced with abandon but it was the German who aced pole, recorded fastest lap and won the first Mexican GP of the modern era. Here the trophies are not presented above the pits.....

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2016
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