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.
With the future of the British GP in doubt after Silverstone said they could terminate their deal, where else could host the race?
Silverstone's owners are considering axing the British Grand Prix because of the "potentially ruinous risk" posed by hosting fees.
The French GP will return to the F 1 calendar after a decade's absence at the Paul Ricard circuit in 2018, organisers confirm.
FIA confirms a 20-race 2017 Formula 1 calendar with the German GP dropping off the schedule next season.
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F1's 2017 schedule is beginning to take shape, with a later start to testing and the first race in Australia pencilled in.
F1 is poised to begin one of the most intense periods in its history with six races to be staged over the next eight weeks!
F1 has agreed a deal to race in Las Vegas, according to Bernie Ecclestone.
The United States GP in Austin will take place as scheduled in 2016, circuit chiefs have confirmed.
Monza's place on the F1 calendar beyond 2016 remains unclear after Bernie Ecclestone said there was "not much action" on a new deal.
The inaugural European GP in Azerbaijan will be a twilight race after a 6pm local start time was confirmed for June's Baku event.
Bernie Ecclestone has cast fresh doubt on the German GP's long-term future by suggesting the Nurburgring is unlikely to return in 2017.
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