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Start shots: British Grand Prix 30th June 2015, 12:24

The starting grid has moved several times at Silverstone, and last year’s race was red-flagged within moments of the action beginning.

Run-off areas ‘too big’ on older circuits 23rd June 2015, 17:18

Modern Formula One circuits can have smaller run-off areas because they use asphalt instead of gravel, according to race director Charlie Whiting.

Start shots: Monaco Grand Prix 19th May 2015, 12:15

Monaco isn’t just the most prestigious race of the year: It’s also the most important qualifying session of the year, because there’s little chance to pass after the start.

Monaco “not the most difficult circuit” – Perez 18th May 2015, 10:17

Sergio Perez does not go along with the widely-held view that the Monaco Grand Prix circuit is one of the toughest on the Formula One calendar.

Riverside International Raceway book review 3rd May 2015, 11:30

Riverside is one of few former Formula One tracks to have been demolished. This new book explains why the IndyCar, NASCAR and drag racing venue was destroyed.

New images reveal how 2015 Mexican GP will look 22nd April 2015, 11:26

New images have revealed more details of how the revised Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez will look for this year’s Mexican Grand Prix.

Sepang extends Malaysian GP contract to 2018 29th March 2015, 11:09

The Sepang International Circuit will continue to host the Malaysian Grand Prix for the next three year.

Ferrari reveal telemetry lap of the Hungaroring 7th August 2014, 11:57

Ferrari show how telemetry is used to help their drivers identify why they are gaining or losing time relative to their team mates.

Videos reveal planned changes to Mexico’s F1 track 24th July 2014, 8:57

Almost every corner on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez will be altered to accommodate Formula One when it returns to the venue for the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix.

‘We wanted to keep old Hockenheimring’ – Tilke 15th July 2014, 12:15

Ahead of this weekend’s race at the Hockenheimring, Formula One circuit designer Hermann Tilke has given rare insight into why the circuit was drastically altered in 2002.

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