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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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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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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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F1 calendar news roundup: January 2018

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F1 calendar news roundup: January 2018

News and rumors about the future direction of the F1 calendar focused on Northern Europe this month, with a visit to Denmark from new F1 boss Chase Carey, Nurburgring back in the frame for 2019 and Dutch MotoGP circuit Assen inspected as a potential host of the Dutch Grand Prix.

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F1 calendar news: December roundup

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F1 calendar news: December roundup

London, LA, New York, Miami, Copenhagen? F1’s new owners Liberty Media are keen to expand the F1 calendar, but where exactly will we be heading in the coming years?

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Canada the most attended F1 race in 2017

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Canada the most attended F1 race in 2017

Formula 1’s new owners have published official attendance figures for the 2017 season, which show an 8% year-on-year increase.

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The 2018 Formula 1 calendar is confirmed

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The 2018 Formula 1 calendar is confirmed

The 2018 Formula 1 calendar has been signed off by the FIA’s World Motorsports Council after its meeting in Paris on Wednesday.

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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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Travelling F1 Superfan 2: an interview with Dominik Giestheuer

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Travelling F1 Superfan 2: an interview with Dominik Giestheuer

We recently caught up with Dominik Giestheuer from Austria, who has travelled to an impressive 49 Formula 1 races!

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FIA confirms 2017 F1 calendar

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FIA confirms 2017 F1 calendar

The German Grand Prix is missing from the final 20-race F1 calendar for 2017 published by the FIA today after the World Motorsports Council met in Vienna.

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