Nicky Haldenby

Nicky Haldenby is a Formula One writer from Scarborough, England. Having grown up with F1 often on the TV on Sunday afternoons, Nicky has been following the sport avidly since 2006. After graduating from University in 2015 with a First Class degree in English Language and Literature, he founded his own F1 website and now regularly writes articles about both the sport's history and current affairs.

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F1’s One Race Wonders

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F1’s One Race Wonders

Ten circuits have hosted only one F1 Grand Prix. We pick out five of these circuits with an interesting and unusual story to tell and examine why they never returned to the calendar.

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2019 F2 and F3 calendars confirmed

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2019 F2 and F3 calendars confirmed

The 2019 Formula 2 and Formula 3 calendars have been confirmed by the FIA. Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming seasons of F1’s feeder series!

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F1 Calendar News: December 2018 Round-Up

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F1 Calendar News: December 2018 Round-Up

From fading hopes for a Danish GP to the prospect of a London race, plus news of the British and Mexican events excelling in 2018, here’s a round-up of all the F1 calendar news from December 2018!

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Britain the most attended F1 race in 2018

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Britain the most attended F1 race in 2018

Formula 1 have published the official attendance figures for the 2018 season, which report a 2.7% year-on-year increase.

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Top Ten F1 Fans’ Videos of 2018

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Top Ten F1 Fans’ Videos of 2018

From football celebrations to first lap crashes, and donuts to daring table stunts, take a look at our choices for the best fan-generated F1 videos of 2018!

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5 Things We’ve Loved About F1 2018

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5 Things We’ve Loved About F1 2018

As we’ve reached the end of the season, it’s time to take a look back at what has made 2018 unforgettable both on and off-track!

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F1’s Season Ending Destinations

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F1’s Season Ending Destinations

From Italy to Abu Dhabi and everywhere in between, here are the 14 countries and 20 destinations which have hosted the final races in each of Formula 1’s 69 seasons, and seen the title decided on 30 occasions.

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Vietnam Grand Prix to join F1 calendar in 2020

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Vietnam Grand Prix to join F1 calendar in 2020

The Vietnam Grand Prix is to join the Formula 1 calendar in 2020, with a race taking place on the streets of capital city Hanoi.

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Mexico’s Home Race Heroes

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Mexico’s Home Race Heroes

Six Mexican drivers have competed in Formula 1. While none have won the title, and just one has won a Grand Prix, the partisan crowd have always flocked to the circuit to support their local drivers.

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F1’s weekend format – what’s the winning formula?

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F1’s weekend format – what’s the winning formula?

As Lewis Hamilton proposes changes to Formula 1’s weekend format, we take a look at how the schedule could be spiced up, and the implications that could have for fans at the track.

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