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Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and thrills millions of fans globally every year with races around the world.

The Formula 1 World Championship was born in 1950 and the first title was taken by Italian Giuseppe Farina, blazing the trail for some of the greats to follow him including Juan Manuel Fangio, Sir Jackie Stewart, Niki Lauda, Alain Prost, Ayrton Senna, Michael Schumacher, Sir Lewis Hamilton and many more.

Over the years, Formula 1 has grown into a truly worldwide sport, watched by hundreds of millions, and with a calendar that heads to over 20 countries in a season, there are few sports that directly reach so many around the globe on a frequent basis.

It’s one of the most exciting sports there is and is set to entertain for years and years to come…

You can keep up to date with all the latest F1 news, rumours and results right here at Give Me Sport.

F1 Schedule

20 March: Bahrain (Sakhir)

27 March: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah) 

10 April: Australia (Melbourne)

24 April: Emilia Romagna (Imola) 

8 May: Miami (Miami) 

22 May: Spain (Barcelona) 

29 May: Monaco (Monaco)

12 June: Azerbaijan (Baku) 

19 June: Canada (Montreal) 

3 July: Great Britain (Silverstone) 

10 July: Austria (Spielberg) 

24 July: France (Le Castellet) 

31 July: Hungary (Budapest) 

28 August: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps) 

4 September: Netherlands (Zandvoort)

11 September: Italy (Monza) 

2 October: Singapore (Marina Bay) 

9 October: Japan (Suzuka)

23 October: USA (Austin) 

30 October: Mexico (Mexico City) 

13 November: Brazil (Sao Paulo)

20 November: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina) 

Who are the current F1 world champions?

Max Verstappen is the current Drivers’ champion, whilst Mercedes are the current Constructors’ champions.

Who has the most Formula 1 titles?

Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton are locked together on 7 world titles a piece in terms of the Drivers’ championship.

Ferrari have the most Constructors’ titles with 16.

Where can I watch F1?

Formula 1 is broadcast live and exclusively on Sky Sports in the UK, with Sky providing a dedicated Formula 1 channel that covers every practice session, qualifying and race over a weekend.

Channel 4 also offers a free alternative that provides highlights of qualifying and the races each weekend evening.

Where can I follow F1 on social media?

You can follow F1 on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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