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Updated as of Monday, Jun 18

Jun.14 (GMM) Force India, the leading independent F1 team, is struggling for survival. That is the claim of Germany's Auto Motor und Sport, following the departure from the Silverstone based team's board...more »

Jun.15 (GMM) Red Bull is not caving in to Renault's pressure to immediately make its choice of engine supplier for 2019. The energy drink owned team wants to finally choose between Renault or Honda power...more »

Jun.14 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes may finally be ready to announce the continuation of their marriage. A deal has long been delayed, amid rumours the British driver is seeking more money or a shor...more »

Jun.14 (GMM) Hankook has entered the frame as F1's potential next sole tyre supplier. In 2013, it was reported that the South Korean tyre marque had "several meetings" with then F1 chief executive Bernie...more »

Jun.14 (GMM) With uncertainty looming over Red Bull's next move, Renault looks to have kept up with Honda's rate of progress. Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko said after Montreal that Honda, Toro Rosso's engin...more »

Jun.13 (GMM) Liberty Media is still racing into trademark trouble over F1's new logo. In January, F1 business journalist Christian Sylt revealed that the new logo "bears a striking resemblance" to an exi...more »

Jun.13 (GMM) Jacques Villeneuve has lashed out not only at Max Verstappen, but also F1 legend Niki Lauda. Villeneuve, the outspoken 1997 world champion, called Verstappen "a child" after the Dutch driver...more »

Jun.13 (GMM) Zak Brown says he would loan Lando Norris to another formula one team for experience. Recently, Formula 2 championship leader Norris - a McLaren junior driver - was linked with a mid-season ...more »

Jun.13 (GMM) Fernando Alonso says he is definitely not done with racing. The Spaniard is a fan of surfing, which explains the origin of his Kimoa lifestyle brand. "I need more free time to practice it,"...more »

Jun.13 (GMM) Sergio Perez thinks the heavy Halo cockpit protection layout and Pirelli tyres could be adding to F1's overtaking problem. It is undeniable that last Sunday's Canadian grand prix on the norm...more »

Featured Tour:

French Grand Prix
June 24, La Castellet

Join Grand Prix Tours as we head to France, after a 10 year hiatus, for the French Grand Prix. The 2018 French Grand Prix will be held in the south of France at the Circuit Paul Ricard. Call or Click now.

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British Grand Prix
July 8, Silverstone

"England" home to Formula 1 and to the British Grand Prix! You can't be a Formula 1 fan and not have visited a Formula 1 Factory. Join Grand Prix Tours on our British Grand Prix trip and we will make it happen. Call or Click now for more details.

German Grand Prix
July 22, Hockenheim

The German Grand Prix is back on the Formula 1 calendar after a 1 year hiatus. The German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring is all about raw horsepower. It's a flat out blast around a 4.2 mile tree-lined track then into the stadium section where we have a choice of tickets and hospitality. Let Grand Prix Tours be your guide to this historic circuit.

Hungarian Grand Prix
July 29, Budapest

Join Grand Prix Tours as we venture to Hungary's capitol city of Budapest to take in the 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix. Due to the construction of the circuit in a small valley this race favors spectators like few other circuits. Call or Click now for more details.

Belgian Grand Prix
August 26, Spa

Join Grand Prix Tours for the Belgian Grand Prix, known as one of the most popular races on the Formula 1 calendar because of its scenic setting, racing heritage and famously challenging turns this race is a favorite of drivers and fans alike. Call or Click now.