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China offers the cheapest F1 tickets in 2018, Monaco the most expensive

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China offers the cheapest F1 tickets in 2018, Monaco the most expensive

The cheapest F1 tickets in 2018 are offered in China and Russia, whilst Abu Dhabi and Monaco have the most expensive.

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Formula 1 calendar news roundup: March 2018

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Formula 1 calendar news roundup: March 2018

The regional F1 calendar breakup is on hold as Miami and Hanoi emerge as clear favorites to join the calendar as early as 2019. Welcome to our monthly roundup of F1 calendar news and rumors for March 2018!

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2018 European F1 Camping Guide

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2018 European F1 Camping Guide

The European F1 season features nine races this year, beginning on May 13 in Spain and ending in Italy on September 2. Read our guide to the best camping on the European Formula 1 calendar in 2018.

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Formula 1 releases new “F1 Grand Prix” app for traveling fans

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Formula 1 releases new “F1 Grand Prix” app for traveling fans

Before the start of the 2018 Formula 1 season in Melbourne this weekend, Formula 1 has launched the next product in its “fan first” strategy, a new app with on-the-ground and trackside information for fans going to races in 2018.

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How much would it cost to travel to every Formula 1 race in 2018?

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How much would it cost to travel to every Formula 1 race in 2018?

Traveling to every race on the Formula 1 calendar in a single year is the dream of many F1 fans, but how much will it really set you back? We’ve crunched the numbers.

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Winter F1 testing 2018: gallery & observations

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Winter F1 testing 2018: gallery & observations

After snow and freezing temperatures impacted the first week of 2018 winter F1 testing in Barcelona, the second week delivered much better weather and more track time for the teams. Here’s our images and observations from our trip to Barcelona last week.

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Formula 1 calendar news roundup: February 2018

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Formula 1 calendar news roundup: February 2018

Argentina is back in the frame, Baku is looking for a better deal, Kyalami can’t afford it, and Sochi Autodrom is changing hands. Meanwhile, Toto Wolff thinks 21 races is enough and Liberty Media wants to introduce a league table for events. Welcome to the February roundup!

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How will Formula 1 improve the trackside experience for fans in 2018?

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How will Formula 1 improve the trackside experience for fans in 2018?

The recent decision to stop using grid girls may have polarized fans, but that isn’t stopping Liberty Media pushing ahead with their efforts to improve the experience at the track this year.

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2018 pre-season F1 testing: confirmed driver lineups

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2018 pre-season F1 testing: confirmed driver lineups

F1’s winter tests begin this week at Cirtcuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Here are the confirmed driver lineups for the eight days of testing over the next two weeks.

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FanVision set for full-time return to Formula 1 in 2018

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FanVision set for full-time return to Formula 1 in 2018

After a five-year absence, F1 fans are set to be offered FanVision consoles at all F1 events in 2018, providing trackside access to live commentary, television feeds, in-car camera views, team audio communications and live statistics.

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