FILLING THE VOID

From Milton Keynes to Melbourne: Filling the F1 Void!

We're one week closer to the 2018 F1 lift-off but there's still time to fill before then. If racing around at home on your crazy cart isn't enough, here's a few more ways you can fill that F1 void with some adrenaline-fueled action.

Red Bull Crashed Ice – January 19-20th
Forget wheels, try skates! Returning to Saint Paul, Minnesota for a seventh year, Red Bull Crashed Ice will rock the frosty banks of the Mississippi River with stacks of high-speed Ice Cross Downhill action as skilled skaters compete in four-person heats to race to the bottom of the challenging ice track. It pushes their agility to the limit and is a fierce test of skill for these bold skaters. You won't be able to tear your eyes away!

Catch the finals LIVE on Red Bull TV this weekend.

Dakar 2018 – happening now!
The Dakar Rally is underway and has already seen plenty of thrills, spills and drama! What else would we expect from the world's toughest rally? So far, we've seen the cancellation of stage 9 (Tupiza-Salta) due to heavy rain, we've seen withdrawals from the competition including multiple WRC champion Sebastien Loeb and 2017 Dakar bikes winner, Sam Sunderland, and we've seen our Red Bull family top the rankings across car, bike and truck. What will happen next? Tune in to find out - there's never a dull moment at Dakar!

Catch the action from every stage on Red Bull TV.

F1 2017 from Codemasters
Fancy beating your favourite driver's best lap time? Or maybe you want to relive some of those spectacular 2017 moments for yourself? Either way, the winter break is a great time to pop F1 2017 on and have a crack at some of those circuits. Get to grips with the cars, handle the corners and race your mates to the podium – as we've already seen on social, some of you might even have your own shoey moment at home. It's all great training for when the new season starts!

We'll see you next week with some more fun ideas but in the meantime, don't forget you can drop by our Twitter, YouTubeFacebook or Instagram channels for an F1 fix.