For any self-respecting race fan, a Formula 1 Grand Prix is a special event, which can generate unique emotions and set the adrenalin pumping for the whole weekend.
Whether one watches it live from the grandstands or the exclusive Paddock Club, or comfortably ensconced in one’s own sitting room, every F1 GP is special, bringing together sport and entertainment, creating a truly unique event.
The 2019 calendar features 21 rounds: 11 in Europe, 5 in Asia, 4 in America and 1 in Australia, the latter traditionally getting the season underway.
It’s a string of races that sees our team on the road around the world for over 200 days a year, with just a two week summer break written into the regulations. Here are all the Formula 1 Grand Prix for this season: