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Updated as of Saturday, Jan 19

Jan.18 (GMM) Toto Wolff is expecting a close battle at the front in 2019. Last year, Mercedes was being strongly challenged by Ferrari until the Italian team suffered a mid-season slump. But Wolff think...more »


Jan.18 (GMM) F1 car performance has taken a "huge" hit with the advent of the new technical regulations for 2019, according to a current technical director. In a bid to improve overtaking, the FIA has ma...more »


Jan.18 (GMM) A great name from Ferrari's past, Romolo Tavoni, is expecting that Mattia Binotto will get assistance as he becomes team boss in 2019. As it stands following the ousting of Maurizio Arrivabe...more »


Jan.18 (GMM) A return to formula one is a possibility for Sergey Sirotkin. That is the view of Mikhail Aleshin, a senior driver for the Russian bank SMP's motor sport programme. Fellow Russian Sirotkin ...more »


Jan.18 (GMM) 2019 rookie Alexander Albon says his goal is to be "immediately" on the pace this season. The 22-year-old Thai driver, who was actually born in London, is Red Bull's surprise pick to race fo...more »


Jan.18 (GMM) McLaren has denied that a teaser image of its 2019 car revealed a major new sponsorship. Late last season, the struggling British team announced a minor on-car deal with Coca-Cola. "I think...more »


Jan.17 (GMM) The 2019 rule changes will make a "small difference" when it comes to overtaking. That is the view of Renault technical boss Nick Chester. This week, his colleague at Force India said the t...more »


Jan.17 (GMM) Ferrari has confirmed its interest in Mick Schumacher. This week, multiple authoritative sources have claimed that the son of F1 legend Michael Schumacher is about to sign up with the Ferrar...more »


Jan.17 (GMM) F1 witnessed a "different" Sebastian Vettel in 2018. That is the view of Massimo Rivola, a former top Ferrari engineer who also worked with the German driver in his Toro Rosso days. Vettel ...more »


Jan.17 (GMM) Niki Lauda has left hospital following his latest health setback. After a long period of hospitalisation and rehabilitation, the F1 legend was holidaying in Ibiza over the New Year period wh...more »


Featured Tour:


Australian Grand Prix
March 17th, Melbourne

Join Grand Prix Tours as we head down under to take in the first race of the season the 2019 Australian Grand Prix. Melbourne is one of the friendliest cities in the world and their four day festival of speed is fantastic!

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IndyCar in Austin Texas.
March 24th, Austin, TX

2019 marks the first time IndyCar heads to Austin Texas and the Circuit of the Americas. Join us for an unforgettable weekend of racing history. The race will be held on March 24th and it will be second race on the 2019 IndyCar calendar.

Chinese Grand Prix.
April 14th, Shanghai China

Having hosted the first Chinese Grand Prix in 2004 the Shanghai International Circuit is a world class motorsports venue. With two long straights and an array of interesting corners. This track is a favorite among drivers and fans alike.

IndyCar in Long Beach California.
April 14th, Long Beach, CA

This April join Grand Prix Tours at one of the longest running events in IndyCar the IndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach. Situated on the streets of Long Beach, California this 1.968-mile (3.167 km) palm tree lined circuit is a favorite of fans and drivers alike.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2019 with Grand Prix Tours.
April 28th, Baku Azerbaijan

Located along the Caspian sea Baku provides an amazing backdrop for Formula 1. Known as the Baku City Circuit this is one of only three street circuits on the calendar. With extremely tight corners and narrow streets this race truly does bring the action.