2017
Calendar

26 March Australian GP
9 April Chinese GP
16 April Bahrain GP
30 April Russian GP
14 May Spanish GP
28 May Monaco GP
11 June Canadian GP
17/18 June Le Mans 24 Hours
25 June Azerbaijan GP
9 July Austrian GP
16 July British GP
30 July Hungarian GP
27 August Belgian GP
3 September Italian GP
17 September Singapore GP
1 October Malaysian GP
8 October Japanese GP
22 October United States GP
29 October Mexican GP
12 November Brazilian GP
26 November Abu Dhabi GP

2017 Le Mans
24 Hours

The Toyota jinx struck three times in the nineties, robbing the Japanese automotive giant of a trio of Le Mans victories. With only 3 minutes and 21 seconds on the Circuit de la Sarthe clock last year, surely fate would not intervene again? Anthony Davidson, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima had seen off the challenges of Porsche and Audi. The final lap was a formality.....

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2017 Azerbaijan
Grand Prix

The volcanic Caucasus Mountain range, traditionally regarded as the demarcation between Europe and Asia, cuts right across Azerbaijan placing this former Soviet republic at the very crossroads of East and West. Baku, its burgeoning capital, is built on a peninsular thrusting into the Caspian Sea. In the early 20th Century, the city supplied half of the world’s oil and it continues.....

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2017 Austrian
Grand Prix

Hamilton started last year's Austrian GP from pole but found himself playing catch up after two less than perfect pit stops. With brake problems on the final lap Rosberg needed a certain amount of creativity to resist his relentless teammate. As Hamilton sought to go around the outside at the hairpin, Rosberg prevented the Englishman from turning in and the.....

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2017 British
Grand Prix

Hamilton came to Silverstone last year in search of a fourth home victory. His lamentable run of ill fortune seemed to be behind him as he revelled in the mixed conditions to top every timesheet of the weekend. “To come in feeling fresh, feeling powerful, feeling strong and confident – and deliver – is what you hope for,” enthused Lewis post-race. And deliver he did.....

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2017 Hungarian
Grand Prix

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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2017 Belgian
Grand Prix

After taking the chequered flag at the 2016 Belgian GP, Nico glanced up at the big screen. “I saw ‘HAM’ in P3. I was like, ‘What, seriously?’” Lewis had started from the back, courtesy of an engine penalty, and was on a damage limitation exercise so Rosberg had been looking forward to topping the points table once more. But as the German went about his business at the front......

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2017 Italian
Grand Prix

Monza’s Autodromo Nazionale is one of the great theatres of world motorsport. General admission is a trifle hectic on race day but the grandstands are excellent. As usual we have adopted the lakeside resort of Como as our main base. Built amidst the mountains at the southern-most tip of the lake to which it gives its name, Como is just 25 miles from the circuit.....

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2017 Singapore
Grand Prix

“I did all I could, the perfect race," sighed Daniel Ricciardo after providing a grandstand finish to the ninth Singapore night race. The Red Bull was tracking Rosberg’s Mercedes but could do nothing to close the three second gap. With 13 laps to go, and under no pressure from behind, Daniel made an unscheduled pit stop to bolt on a fresh set of Pirelli.....

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2017 US
Grand Prix

The history of the United States GP stretches way back into the fifties, via a wide variety of venues. Now oil-rich Texas has written the latest and most spectacular chapter of that history with its magnificent Circuit of The Americas. Austin, the Lone Star State’s fourth largest city, is built on the banks of the Colorado River and is perhaps best known as the Live Music Capital of the World.....

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2017 Mexico
Grand Prix

Originally an ancient Aztec settlement, Mexico City was modernised after the arrival of the Spanish in 1519 and has become an endlessly fascinating capital. Many of the top attractions, including the National Palace, Metropolitan Cathedral, Plaza de la Constitucion, and Palace of Fine Arts, are concentrated in the historic centre. Unusually, the circuit .....

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2017 Abu Dhabi
Grand Prix

The first city of Abu Dhabi is a burgeoning municipality and serves as the capital of the seven states which together constitute the United Arab Emirates. Yas Island, with its marina, yacht club, Ferrari World theme park and gleaming new race track, lies just off the mainland, a short drive from the downtown area. The Emiratis have spent an unprecedented amount of......

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