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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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You could own Nico Rosberg’s incredible motorhome

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You could own Nico Rosberg’s incredible motorhome

The luxury motorhome once owned by 2016 F1 World Champion Nico Rosberg is on the market for an undisclosed sum.

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My first live race, the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix

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My first live race, the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix

Last month, Richard travelled from Guatemala to Suzuka for his first live race. “The Japanese fans really do worship F1, and to be part of it was amazing,” he says.

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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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The Beginner’s Guide to F1 Travel

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The Beginner’s Guide to F1 Travel

Top tips for rookie fans attending their first Formula One Grand Prix. Best advice on travel, tickets, accommodation and trackside info to get the most out of your F1 weekend.

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Maranello, Home of Ferrari – A True F1 Destination

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Maranello, Home of Ferrari – A True F1 Destination A few years ago, my wife and I flew into Bergamo in Northern Italy, hired a car and drove to Siena for a friend’s wedding. We had the day to make the 400km trip and made a spontaneous decision to stop at the home of Ferrari, Maranello, which happened to be on the way. Getting [...]

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2014 F1 Calendar Continues to Take Shape

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2014 F1 Calendar Continues to Take Shape

The latest draft copy of the proposed F1 calendar for 2014 has done the rounds today in Monza. If you have been keeping up to date with our recent articles (see here and here), there are not too many surprises, apart from the fact that it contains twenty one races rather than the expected maximum […]

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2014 F1 Calendar – Latest Developments

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2014 F1 Calendar – Latest Developments

In late July, we published an extensive blog post looking at current and future F1 destinations. We also analyzed the long-term prospects for each of the races. You can read the post here The European summer races are the backdrop for the annual F1 ‘silly season’, which refers to the maneuvering between drivers for the […]

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The F1 Calendar – Current & Future Destinations

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The F1 Calendar – Current & Future Destinations

We analyse the current and future F1 calendar, including the long-term prospects for all races. The 2013 F1 season stretches to nineteen races and includes destinations on all corners of the globe. From the opening race on 17th March in Melbourne, Australia to the final stop just over eight months later on 24th November in […]

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