Here is all the information you need to get up to speed ahead of the 2018 Formula One Season.
- Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton and Valterri Bottas
- Ferrari: Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen
- Red Bull Racing Tag Heuer: Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen
- Force India Mercedes: Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon
- Williams Mercedes: Lance Stroll and Sergey Sirotkin
- Renault: Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jr
- Toro Rosso Honda: Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley
- Haas Ferrari: Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen
- McLaren: Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne
- Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team: Marcus Ericsson and Charles Leclerc
Team and Driver Changes
Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull, Force India, Haas and McLaren all keep the same driver line-up as they did in 2017.
Williams retain Lance Stroll and will be partnered by Sergey Sirotkin who replaces Felipe Massa as the Brazilian retired from the sport.
Renault will now field Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jr for 2018 for the full season. Sainz moved to Renault after he departed from Toro Rosso on loan after the Japanese GP.
Sauber keep Marcus Ericsson and have signed F2 champion and Ferrari Driver Academy member Charles Leclerc. Leclerc replaces Pascal Wehrlein for 2018.
2018 sees the long awaited return of the French and German GPs. The last race hosted in France for an F1 race was back in 2008. Hockenheim in Germany will play host to the first German GP since 2016.
- Australian GP, Melbourne, 23rd – 25th March
- Bahrain GP, Sakhir, 6th – 8th April
- Chinese GP, Shanghai, 13th – 15th April
- Azerbaijan GP, Baku, 27th – 29th April
- Spanish GP, Catalunya, 11th – 13th May
- Monaco GP, Monte Carlo, 24th – 27th May
- Canadian GP, Montreal, 8th – 10th June
- French GP, Le Castellet, 22nd – 24th June
- Austrian GP, Spielberg, 29th June – 1st July
- British GP, Silverstone, 6th – 8th July
- German GP, Hockenheim, 20th – 22nd July
- Hungarian GP, Budapest, 27th – 29th July
- Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps, 24th – 26th August
- Italian GP, Monza, 31st August – 2nd September
- Singapore GP, Singapore, 14th – 16th September
- Russian GP, Sochi, 28th – 30th September
- Japanese GP, Suzuka, 5th – 7th October
- United States GP, Austin, 19th – 21st October
- Mexican GP, Mexico City, 26th – 28th October
- Brazilian GP, São Paulo, 9th – 11th November
- Abu Dhabi GP, Yas Marina, 23rd – 25th November