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With more history and class than any other category of motor sport Formula 1 is seen as the top of the hill for race drivers. Even though it is often criticised as being dull (especially by crash happy American motor sport enthusiasts) Formula 1 still maintains a huge following. From the first race in Australia all the way through to Abu Dhabi wherever Formula 1 goes it attracts an enormous amount of attention.


The King Is Dead, Long Live The King! Welcome to the new world of Formula 1, 2017 style! A massive change in the cars regulations as well as new owners should hopefully reinvent Formula 1 because to be honest 2016 was a dire season in terms of spectacle. Amongst the other changes will be wider, harder tyres and more downforce meaning much faster racing for longer. Talk of saving this and saving that should mostly be relegated to the past with the drivers now being pushed much harder physically, hopefully we'll start to see the mistakes creep in that make racing interesting. In terms of the season we are back down to 20 races with Germany not holding a race this year, how long that situation will remain under the new owners is yet to be seen but they do appear to have a much greater appreciation of F1's history than Bernie so fingers crossed!

After years of the other teams moaning about the advantage Red Bull had (you remember, the races where Sebastian Vettel just drove off from the front of the grid and was never seen again?) 2014 brought with it a new era of dominance by Mercedes. And with it endless moaning from Christian Horner and Red Bull. Whilst the racing still wasn't what we'd ideally like to see in Formula 1 at least we had some sort of a battle going on at the front between team mates. 2015 was more of the same this time though with Hamilton being more dominant and we all complained again about the lack of competition within Formula 1. At the same time McLaren were terrible, I mean really terrible. 2016 brought with it a new terror, the horror of again having 1 team completely dominate the results but with the added dismay of having one drivers car being completely unreliable for half the season. The result was predictable from about the 5th race of one of the worst seasons in F1 history, Nico Rosberg winning a maiden Formula 1 Championship and then riding off in to the sunset. Will 2017 be different? It should be! Pre-season testing has revealed that Ferrari are fast, Red Bull are keeping their cards close to their chest and that even though everybody expects Mercedes to still have the fastest car nobody knows for sure. What people do know is that in Botas, Hamilton has a much faster than before, edgier, team mate with an ability to race and overtake so even if worst comes to the worst and it is one team domination we can expect better racing amongst themselves? New regs, new team mates, I can't wait to see what happens!


Live Formula 1 is available in most countries. In the UK the BBC who have provided superb coverage for the past couple of years, boosting the sports popularity once again, have been out bid by the Sky Sports monster. This meant all races showing live on Sky Sports F1 with the BBC able to pick and choose a number of races to also show live. However the BBC have now given up those rights which were picked up by Channel 4. Yes Channel 4 is now the only way of watching live Formula 1 in the UK. Considering all the problems within the sport and the spectacle itseld there is a high probability that Formula 1 is about to experience another crash in popularity in the UK. Fortunately Channel 4 is available live online and they have also committed to making the races themselves advert free. Please see the schedules page for more information about what live Formula 1 is showing.

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2017 Formula 1 Schedule

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX (Melbourne), 26th March
CHINESE GRAND PRIX (Shanghai), 9th April
BAHRAIN GRAND PRIX (Sakhir), 16th April
RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX (Sochi), 30th April
GRAN PREMIO DE ESPA—A (Catalunya), 14th May
GRAND PRIX DE MONACO (Monte Carlo), 28th May
GRAND PRIX DU CANADA (Montreal), 11th June
AZERBAIJAN EUROPEAN GRAND PRIX (Baku), 25th June
GROSSER PREIS VON OSTERREICH (Spielberg), 9th July
BRITISH GRAND PRIX (Silverstone), 16th July
MAGYAR NAGYDÕJ (Budapest), 30th July
BELGIAN GRAND PRIX (Spa-Francorchamps), 27th August
GRAN PREMIO D'ITALIA (Monza), 3rd September
SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX (Singapore), 17th September
MALAYSIA GRAND PRIX (Kuala Lumpur), 1st October
JAPANESE GRAND PRIX (Suzuka), 8th October
UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX (Austin), 22nd October
MEXICAN GRAND PRIX (Mexico City), 29th October
GRANDE PR MIO DO BRASIL (Sao Paulo), 12th November
ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX (Yas Marina), 26th November

 

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