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Updated as of Friday, Aug 17

Aug.16 (GMM) McLaren is set to announce that Carlos Sainz will replace Fernando Alonso in 2019 and 2020. That is the claim of multiple authoritative media outlets, all citing 'sources'. Spain's El Mundo...more »

Aug.17 (GMM) F1 may be in its summer 'shutdown', but the rumour mill is still in overdrive. It has been helped along with Daniel Ricciardo, Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso's announcements, with the next...more »

Aug.17 (GMM) Although sitting out 2019, Fernando Alonso says he is not ruling out a return to formula one in the future. "Why close doors?" the Spaniard said at Silverstone after announcing his decision ...more »

Aug.17 (GMM) Kimi Raikkonen says he cannot understand why Nico Rosberg retired as world champion after 2016. This week, the Finn launched the initial Finnish edition of his autobiography, which translate...more »

Aug.17 (GMM) Michael Schumacher's manager has denied reports the F1 legend is moving to Spain. It was reported this week, and confirmed by the local mayor, that the Schumacher family including the seven ...more »

Aug.16 (GMM) The F1 world is witnessing "possibly the best ever" fight for the world championship in 2018. That is the claim of former McLaren and Red Bull driver David Coulthard. He told Sport Bild: "T...more »

Aug.16 (GMM) Fernando Alonso is quitting F1 because he lost motivation -- but he could return. That is the news from Flavio Briatore, the former Renault team boss who is still involved in Spaniard Alonso...more »

Aug.15 (GMM) Sauber boss Frederic Vasseur says he is happy with the Swiss team's progress in 2018. Before new investment, a sponsor arrangement with Alfa Romeo and a deal to use Ferrari's 2018 engines, S...more »

Aug.15 (GMM) Motor racing series have already begun lining up to attract Fernando Alonso for 2019. The Spaniard and McLaren have sensationally announced that Alonso, 37, is quitting formula one at the en...more »

Aug.14 (GMM) Felipe Massa has admitted he was "annoyed" by recent comments made by Williams driver Lance Stroll. Last year, F1 veteran Massa sat alongside teenage rookie Stroll at Williams, where it was ...more »

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Japanese Grand Prix
Oct 7, Suzuka

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United States Grand Prix
Oct 21, Austin

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