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Updated as of Monday, Dec 17

Dec.14 (GMM) Ferrari will reveal its 2019 challenger on February 15, team boss Maurizio Arrivabene said on Thursday. The Italian attended an awards night presented by the Italian magazine Autosprint amid...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) Charles Leclerc is targeting two grand prix wins for his first year with Ferrari. A few days ago, team boss Maurizio Arrivabene said he will work to "protect" the young Monaco-born driver fr...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) F1 legend Gerhard Berger thinks Michael Schumacher's son is on the road to a career at Ferrari. Currently, rumours are strengthening that Mercedes and Ferrari are tussling to secure 19-year-...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel says he is no fan of the trend towards electrically powered cars. The new Formula E season has just kicked off, with big manufacturers including Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, BMW...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) The future of the Canadian grand prix is not in danger. That is the view of Montreal race promoter Francois Dumontier, even though F1 chief executive Chase Carey has warned that even some tr...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) Aldo Costa has played down fears Mercedes' 2019 campaign is starting off with an engine problem. Team boss Toto Wolff said recently that there had been initial problems with next year's engi...more »

Dec.17 (GMM) Maurizio Arrivabene thinks a series of incidents hurt Ferrari's charge for the 2018 title. Some think the biggest problem with this year's failed challenge was driver mistakes made by Sebast...more »

Dec.14 (GMM) Antonio Giovinazzi thinks his 2019 teammate Kimi Raikkonen will help him at Sauber next year. 2019 will be the Ferrari-backed Italian's first full season in F1, following two one-off starts ...more »

Dec.13 (GMM) F1 teams admit they are worried about the Brexit crisis that is occurring in Britain. After British people voted in 2016 to leave the European Union, the situation is now in crisis with prim...more »

Dec.13 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel says he has "mixed feelings" about Robert Kubica's return to formula one. Former grand prix winner Kubica, now 34, is returning to the grid next year after an eight year abs...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!

Upcoming Tours:

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.