British Grand Prix
Formula 1 wanted to move the British GP to April next year so that Silverstone could host the sport's 1,000th grand prix.
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F1 races will start at 10 minutes past the hour in 2018 while the French GP is scheduled to avoid an England World Cup clash.
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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.
Pirelli say a slow puncture caused Sebastian's Vettel's front-left tyre problem during the closing stages of the British Grand Prix.
Watch the latest edition of the F1 Report as Rachel Brookes, Max Chilton and Marc Priestley review the British GP.
Silverstone and F1's management plan to discuss the future of the British GP beyond 2019 at the end of the season.
Lewis Hamilton's record-equalling fifth British GP victory proved he is "an absolute legend" of F1, this week's F1 Report guests say.
Lewis Hamilton is the king of Silverstone once again but Valtteri Bottas, Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg also shine.
Lewis Hamilton is wary of describing the British GP as a turning point in the title battle and says pendulum will swing again.
How Lewis Hamilton 'owned' Silverstone and what Mercedes' ominous British GP form might mean for the rest of the season
Christian Horner has indicated Carlos Sainz is available at the right price - but stressed Daniel Ricciardo nor Max Verstappen aren't.
Max Verstappen and Sebastian Vettel have enjoyed their fair share of on-track duels - and the British GP served up another thriller.
Ferrari and Pirelli are investigating what caused the team's "sudden" and costly tyre blow-outs in the British GP.
Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff believe the Mercedes driver's critics have been silenced by his dominant British GP performance.
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