Formula 1 remain "hopeful" of agreeing a new deal for the British GP at Silverstone but also admit they would be keen on a London race.
F1 has announced that Vietnam will join the calendar for the first time in 2020 with a new race in the capital city, Hanoi.
F1 has revealed another 21-race schedule for 2019 - with the campaign to finish in December for the first time in 50 years.
Formula 1 has cancelled plans for a first Miami GP in 2019 and instead hope to introduce the race for the 2020 season.
Formula 1 announce proposal to hold Grand Prix in Miami in 2019, with City of Miami Commission to now vote on whether to proceed.
F1 could adopt a "league table" for Grand Prix venues to ensure only the best events are on the calendar, says Ross Brawn.
The FIA has confirmed the 21-race F1 calendar for 2018 following a World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris.
Singapore has signed a four-extension with Formula 1 for its race to remain on the F1 calendar until at least 2021.
Silverstone and F1's management plan to discuss the future of the British GP beyond 2019 at the end of the season.
The demise of the British GP would be "criminal" for Formula 1 and British motorsport, according to Claire Williams.
Silverstone's owners have confirmed they have triggered the break clause in their contract to host the British GP. But what does that mean?
F1 boss Sean Bratches has said Silverstone future prospects will not be less favourable if they activate their British GP break clause.
Sir Jackie Stewart says F1 needs a British GP and has called for government assistance to ensure the race remains on the calendar.
It's "highly probable" Silverstone will activate their break clause with Formula 1 to cease holding the British GP after 2019.
Triple headers, returning historic tracks and sporting clashes are some of the standout headlines from the 2018 calendar
A 21-race calendar for the 2018 F1 season has been revealed, with the schedule including the sport's first triple header.
The Malaysia GP will drop off the F1 calendar from 2018 - but France and Germany's returns mean there will be 21 races again.
BRDC chief Derek Warwick believes Liberty Media's arrival is good news for Silverstone and its chances of keeping British GP.
A 6am race-day start to the season for Sky F1 viewers for the Australian GP and all 2017's other grand prix start times.
Silverstone are optimistic they will be able to retain the British GP into the next decade after talks with officials.
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