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Corner by Corner: Jacques Villeneuve on the challenge of Suzuka

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Corner by Corner: Jacques Villeneuve on the challenge of Suzuka

We sat down with the 1997 Formula One World Champion to take us through a lap of Suzuka, the home of the Japanese Grand Prix and one of his favorite tracks.

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Which F1 circuits offer guided tours?

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Which F1 circuits offer guided tours?

Visiting an F1 city and want to check out the circuit? Most current Formula 1 circuits offer reasonably-priced tours. Here’s the lowdown!

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Which type of F1 circuit offers the best experience for fans?

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Which type of F1 circuit offers the best experience for fans?

Formula 1’s new owners have said they would like to increase the number of city center street circuits, which account for just 20% of races on the current F1 calendar. Maybe they should be targeting more races at another type of circuit instead?

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Need to know: 2017 Hungaroring in-season F1 testing

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Need to know: 2017 Hungaroring in-season F1 testing

The second of F1’s in-season test sessions is being held this week (Tuesday, August 1 and Wednesday, August 2) at the Hungaroring circuit in Budapest, here’s the lowdown.

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1986 Hungarian GP: When F1 ventured behind the Iron Curtain

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1986 Hungarian GP: When F1 ventured behind the Iron Curtain

Only Monaco and Monza have featured continuously on the F1 calendar for longer than the Hungaroring. Let’s take a look back at the first race in 1986, which attracted 200,000 fans from all over the Eastern Bloc.

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Photographer Jamey Price talks Formula 1 travel

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Photographer Jamey Price talks Formula 1 travel

We recently caught up with Jamey Price, an American photographer who has covered 25+ F1 races since 2012, to talk F1 travel. “It’s definitely not always glamorous. Actually, it’s never glamorous.“

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FIA reveals 2017/2018 Formula E calendar

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FIA reveals 2017/2018 Formula E calendar The FIA Formula E championship is set to race in even more exotic locations next season. Season 4 of the all-electric championship kicks off in Hong Kong this December and will feature eleven destinations in total, including new races in Chile, Brazil and Italy. Start planning your trip today! Formula E visits some of the [...]

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France & Germany return on provisional 21-race 2018 F1 calendar

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France & Germany return on provisional 21-race 2018 F1 calendar

The FIA has approved a 21-race Formula 1 calendar for 2018 that starts in Australia on March 25 and finishes in Abu Dhabi on November 25.

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2017 WEC travel guide

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2017 WEC travel guide

This year’s World Endurance Championship (WEC) kicks off this weekend at Silverstone. Learn more in our mini 2017 WEC travel guide!

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China is the cheapest F1 weekend for traveling fans in 2017, Monaco most expensive

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China is the cheapest F1 weekend for traveling fans in 2017, Monaco most expensive

Costing as little as $159 USD, the Chinese Grand Prix is this year’s cheapest F1 weekend for traveling fans, according to our new analysis.

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