Another weekend means another trip across the globe to see more drama, incidents, upsets and surprises and this time it’s Montreal who plays host for the Canadian Grand Prix – race seven of the season.
Race number four takes place this weekend in the F1 World Championships and this time it's over in Russia, Sochi to be more precise, as Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and co all look for crucial points on the board.
The Japanese Grand Prix gets underway at the fantastic Suzuka International Racing Course early tomorrow morning. If you like high-octane action, then join our friendly petrol head as he makes a refreshing pit stop and brings you the lowdown on what to expect...
The British Grand Prix at Silverstone is one of if not the biggest event on the F1 calendar and has provided some memorable moments for the partisan crowds who will be hoping for another home win for Lewis Hamilton as he pursues his third
The Singapore Grand Prix is one the toughest races of the season. Taking place at night for two hours, the drivers have to manoeuvre the bumpy street circuit with a total of 23 corners. Today the first two practices take place with the third on Saturday.
As well as the British Grand Prix, the Italian is the only other inaugural championship race. It’s been held every year since 1950 so is a grandad when it comes to facts and figures. So, we thought we’d take a look at six interesting facts about the Italian Grand Prix ahead of the race on Sunday.