Canadian Grand Prix
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The FIA has confirmed the 21-race F1 calendar for 2018 following a World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris.
Pirelli will introduce two new tyres for F1 2018, the 'hypersoft' and the 'superhard', bringing the number of compounds to nine.
A 21-race calendar for the 2018 F1 season has been revealed, with the schedule including the sport's first triple header.
Rachel Brookes reports back from F1 2017's first transatlantic trip after Canada served up plenty of stories - on and off track.
Step this way for the F1 Report Canada review with Natalie Pinkham, Mike Gascoyne and Craig Scarborough.
The McLaren hierarchy have already taken the decision to split with Honda, according to F1 Report guest Mike Gascoyne.
Max Verstappen has expressed "concern" after Red Bull engine suppliers Renault said they wouldn't have a big update until 2018.
Sky F1 pundit Martin Brundle reviews the Canadian GP and another peerless display by Lewis Hamilton on one of his favourite circuits...
A confident Lewis Hamilton believes he has delivered a "great blow" to Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari with his Canadian GP victory.
Zak Brown says McLaren need to be "proactive" and take charge of their own destiny after another Honda failure in Canada.
Lewis Hamilton is hopeful Mercedes' improved understanding of his W08 car has signalled a turning point in the season.
Carlos Sainz has been handed a three-place grid drop for the Azerbaijan GP after being blamed for Montreal's first-lap shunt.
The 'shoey' is back - and even Sir Patrick Stewart couldn't resist joining Daniel Ricciardo for his trademark podium celebration in Canada.
Lewis Hamilton has cut Sebastian Vettel's world championship lead to 12 points with a dominant victory in the Canadian GP.
Relive the drama and action of the first lap of the Canadian GP as Lewis Hamilton fought Sebastian Vettel for the lead.
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