If there is a race where Mercedes’ one-two run might end then it's Monaco. Valtteri Bottas has never made the podium, and the longer-wheel base of their car is a massive disadvantage around the tight streets of Monte Carlo.
On paper, Ferrari should win in Spain having impressed so much here in winter testing, but Mercedes have led with such dominance and have made a record-breaking start to the season.
Baku really should suit the Ferrari, with long straights and very low speed corners. They look the team to beat, but then most commentators said the same heading into China. For the good of the sport, we need to see Ferrari winning races, as Mercedes are already running away with it.
The 1000th Grand Prix looks set to be a close fight between Mercedes and Ferrari. The Shanghai International Circuit is dominated by the pit straight, one of the longest on the F1 calendar, this should play to Ferrari’s power advantage in a straight line. However, there are many overtaking opportunities, especially into the never-ending turn one, which Hamilton will exploit.
After a disappointing season opener where he didn’t even make the podium, the heat of the desert and the sweeping corners of the Sakhir circuit should help the Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel recapture the tyre performance and speed.
The curtain falls on Formula One 2017 this weekend with the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Whilst the modern Yas Marina Circuit is not hosting the championship decider fans had hoped for, there is still plenty left to be decided. Here's our in-depth preview.
So, what to expect in Brazil now the title is over? There are still plenty of subplots to be tied up as the 2017 Formula One season approaches its climax, so here's our statistical preview as we look ahead to the weekend's action at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
After a thrilling race in Austin, Texas, at the Circuit of the Americas, Formula One crosses the border into Mexico to the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez for the Mexican Grand Prix. Here's our statistical preview as Lewis Hamilton seeks to claim his fourth world title.
Will the United States Grand Prix be the race where Lewis Hamilton is crowned 2017 champion and win his fourth title? And can Mercedes seal the constructors title to boot? We preview the weekend's action in Texas.
Following a thoroughly memorable and eventful race in Sepang, Formula One swiftly moves to Japan and the Suzuka Circuit for the Japanese Grand Prix. Is it curtains for Vettel's title challenge? Or he can he launch a late comeback? Here's our preview.
Following the spectacular first-lap crash in Singapore that resulted in Raikkonen, Verstappen and championship contender Vettel all retiring, Formula One heads to Sepang for round 15 and the last Malaysian Grand Prix.
This weekend, Formula One leaves Europe and heads for Singapore and the glamorous Marina Bay circuit. After Ferrari and Vettel were humiliated on their home track in Monza, it is vital they they make amends here. Here's our statistical guide to the weekend's action.
Formula One moves from Spa to iconic Monza and the ‘Temple of Speed’ for the Italian Grand Prix. Monza is regarded by many as the embodiment of Formula One – a track that combines speed with skill, and encapsulates the heart and soul of motor racing.
Following the four-week summer break, Formula One roars back into life for a Spa-treatment at the Belgian Grand Prix, which takes place at the legendary Spa-Francorchamps circuit. Here's our statistical preview of the action, including track stats and predictions.