Chinese Grand Prix
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Pirelli have announced their tyre choices for the F1 2018 Australian, Bahrain and Chinese GPs.
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.
The Chinese GP will remain on the Formula 1 calendar for at least another three years after agreeing a new race contract.
A 21-race calendar for the 2018 F1 season has been revealed, with the schedule including the sport's first triple header.
Sky F1's Rachel Brookes gives us some behind-the-scenes stories from the Chinese and Bahrain race weekends.
Sky F1's Martin Brundle reviews the Chinese GP and the start of a season which is set to be defined by a 'champion of champions' fight between Vettel and Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton may have won the Chinese GP but the lap charts suggest Sebastian Vettel was right to claim Ferrari were fastest.
Sergio Marchionne says Ferrari may have to sit down with Kimi Raikkonen following his disappointing performance in the Chinese GP.
Ted Kravitz rounds up the big stories from the Chinese GP, including race winners' Mercedes' 'peaky' performance.
Max Verstappen proved there are few who can challenge him as F1's rain master in the Chinese GP, according to Monday's papers.
Valtteri Bottas faces a "big challenge" to beat Lewis Hamilton, but has been backed by Mercedes to recover from his China spin.
Who starred in Shanghai, who had a shocker and who has work to do ahead of Bahrain?
Listen as Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen grew increasingly agitated over team radio during his disappointing Chinese GP.
Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen provided proof that 2017-style F1 cars can still overtake in an entertaining Chinese GP.
Read all about it: What the main men in Shanghai had to say on social media after a topsy-turvy Chinese Grand Prix.
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