Updated as of Monday, Nov 19

Kubica has 'made decision' about 2019

Nov.16 (GMM) Robert Kubica looks certain to secure the second race seat at Williams for 2019. At an event in northern Poland, the British team's reserve driver declared: "I have made my decision." Pole ...

Prost tips Formula 2 move for Schumacher

Nov.19 (GMM) Alain Prost is expecting Mick Schumacher to step up to Formula 2 in 2019. This year, the son of Prost's fellow F1 legend Michael Schumacher upped his game to dominate and win the competitive...

Prost 'not unhappy' Red Bull deal ending

Nov.19 (GMM) Alain Prost says he is not sad that Renault's long collaboration with Red Bull is finally ending. The two parties achieved much success in formula one, but their collaboration was also fraug...

Ticktum, Albon in doubt for Toro Rosso seat

Nov.19 (GMM) A new question mark hangs above the second Toro Rosso cockpit for 2019. Daniil Kvyat has been signed up already, but it is believed Brendon Hartley has been told he is definitely vacating th...

F1 boss Carey visits Rio de Janeiro

Nov.19 (GMM) Rio de Janeiro has emerged as a potential future F1 race host. With Interlagos to be privatised and Liberty Media scrutinising the expiring contract that was negotiated by Bernie Ecclestone,...

Alonso not ruling out F1 return for 2020

Nov.19 (GMM) Fernando Alonso is not ruling out a full-time return to formula one for 2019. Disenchanted with the category, the double world champion is retiring after this weekend's Abu Dhabi GP and will...

Hulkenberg aims to beat Ricciardo

Nov.19 (GMM) The arrival of Daniel Ricciardo is an important piece of the puzzle as Renault pushes towards the front in F1, according to David Coulthard. Since announcing his shock departure from Red Bul...

Alonso exit shows F1 'sick' - Perez

Nov.16 (GMM) Fernando Alonso's plight shows that F1 is "sick". That is the claim of Force India driver Sergio Perez, referring to double world champion Alonso's decision to retire from F1 and race instea...

Dutch GP preparations to take 'years'

Nov.16 (GMM) Belgian grand prix boss Andre Maes doubts the Netherlands can quickly put together an F1 project. After 35 years promoting the iconic race at Spa-Francorchamps, promoter Maes is stepping dow...

F1 teams eye Porsche boss Seidl

Nov.16 (GMM) Mercedes looks set to recruit a top official from Porsche's highly successful Le Mans team. Porsche ended its highly successful run in the world endurance championship last year, and Speed W...

Featured Tour:

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
November 25th, Abu Dhabi
Join Grand Prix Tours at the awe-inspiring Yas Marina Circuit for the 2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. This circuit has the unique distinction of being the only twilight race on the F1 calendar. When the lights are turned on Yas Marina becomes the largest lit permanent sports venue in the world.

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Australian Grand Prix
March 17th, Melbourne

Join Grand Prix Tours as we head down under to take in the first race of the season the 2019 Australian Grand Prix. Melbourne is one of the friendliest cities in the world and their four day festival of speed is fantastic!

IndyCar in Austin Texas.
March 24th, Austin, TX

2019 marks the first time IndyCar heads to Austin Texas and the Circuit of the Americas. Join us for an unforgettable weekend of racing history. The race will be held on March 24th and it will be second race on the 2019 IndyCar calendar.

Chinese Grand Prix.
April 14th, Shanghai China

Having hosted the first Chinese Grand Prix in 2004 the Shanghai International Circuit is a world class motorsports venue. With two long straights and an array of interesting corners. This track is a favorite among drivers and fans alike.

IndyCar in Long Beach California.
April 14th, Long Beach, CA

This April join Grand Prix Tours at one of the longest running events in IndyCar the IndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach. Situated on the streets of Long Beach, California this 1.968-mile (3.167 km) palm tree lined circuit is a favorite of fans and drivers alike.

2018 Grand Prix Calendar
25 MarAustralia
16 AprBahrain
15 AprChina
29 AprAzerbaijan
13 MaySpain
27 MayMonaco
10 JunCanada
24 JunFrance
1 JulAustria
8 JulGreat Britain
22 JulGermany
29 JulHungary
26 AugBelgium
2 SepItaly
16 SepSingapore
30 SepRussia
7 OctJapan
7 OctUnited States
28 OctMexico
11 NovBrazil
25 NovAbu Dhabi