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Bahrain the first of 21 races?
The 2014 calendar is set to be expanded to 21 races with a provisional start date of March 2nd in Bahrain, Sky Sports F1 has learnt.
Bernie warns European venues
Bernie Ecclestone has warned European venues to shape up or risk losing their grands prix as they do not have a "God-given" right to stage a race.
The 2013 F1 Calendar
The 2013 F1 season, which will begin on March 17 in Melbourne and end on November 24 at Interlagos, is set to consist of 19 events following the cancellation of the proposed New Jersey GP.
Three teams to test at Magny-Cours
Ferrari, Mercedes and Force India will return to Magny-Cours for the first time in four years next month to conduct their respective young driver tests.
French Grand Prix put on ice?
France's new sports minister Valerie Fourneyron has cooled recent talk of Formula 1 returning to the country for the 2013 season.
Ecclestone hints at race future
Bernie Ecclestone says Spain will only host one Formula 1 race in 2013 and that Canada will get a new deal, but a potential race in France could be off.
Bernie: French GP deal done
Bernie Ecclestone announces the long-awaited deal to revive the French GP next season is "done" pending final agreements and the contract being signed.
French GP talks on-going
France's return to F1 has yet to be guaranteed with talks still taking place, according to the country's prime minister Francois Fillon.
F1 is planning on travelling even further in 2013, but has it forgotten that home is where the heart is?
No changes to F1 calendar
The Formula One calendar for 2012 has been approved unchanged after a World Motor Sports Council meeting on Wednesday.
Turkey loses F1 race
The Turkish Grand Prix has lost its place on a revamped Formula One schedule for 2012.
Magny-Cours boss hopeful
French circuit Magny-Cours is keen to make a return to the Formula One calendar but only if the price is right.
French PM wants race return
French prime minister Francois Fillon wants the country's grand prix can be restored to the Formula One calendar as soon as possible.
French GP set for axe
The 2009 French Grand Prix is likely to be cancelled due to financial difficulties.
Fighting talk from Lewis
A defiant Lewis Hamilton has vowed to fight back at Silverstone after a second penalty in as many races ruined his French Grand Prix.
Kimi happy to pick up points
Although a broken exhaust ended his hopes of victory, Kimi Raikkonen was still happy with second place in the French Grand Prix.
Trulli overjoyed with podium
Jarno Trulli was overjoyed to be back on the podium at Magny-Cours, hailing his result as proof that Toyota are "moving on."
Another crash for Button
Jenson Button was disappointed after suffering his third retirement due to an accident this season in Sunday's French GP.
Massa's 'little bit of luck'
One Ferrari driver's loss proved to be another's gain in the French Grand Prix at Magny-Cours.
Massa romps to French win
Ferrari's Felipe Massa has won the French Grand Prix ahead of team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Toyota's Jarno Trulli.