One of Formula 1’s newest circuits, the streets of Baku serve as the scene of this action-packed race. Transitioning between the modern high-rises and historical centres of the city, the race has provided high drama over its short period in the sport. From unlikely comebacks, maiden podium sitters and flared tempers, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix always supplies plenty of talking points. None less so than in 2017: Daniel Ricciardo stormed from 10th on the grid to win, Lance Stroll held on for his first trip to the podium, and a fuming Sebastian Vettel steered into Lewis Hamilton during a safety car period. And it’s not just F1 action, as the sixth round of the F2 championship is scheduled to take place with two races around the streets of Baku. After the race, you’ll be able to relax by the coast on the Caspian Sea where temperatures reach a scorching 27°C.