Tuesday, September 16, 2014


The FIA's World Motor Sport Council, meeting in Beijing ahead of the inaugural Formula E event, has announced the 2015 F1 calendar.

In essence there are no changes to the calendar leaked over the course of the Italian Grand Prix weekend other than the fact that the Japanese event takes place a week earlier than originally scheduled and the United States and Mexican races change order.

Date         Race                  Circuit
15-Mar Australia          Melbourne
29-Mar Malaysia   Sepang
05-Apr Bahrain     Sakhir
19-Apr China        Shanghai International Circuit
10-May Spain         Barcelona
24-May Monaco    Monaco
07-Jun Canada      Montreal
21-Jun Austria      Red Bull Ring
05-Jul Britain      Silverstone
19-Jul Germany   Nurburgring
26-Jul Hungary    Hungaroring
23-Aug Belgium Spa Francorchamps
06-Sep Italy          Monza
20-Sep Singapore Marina Bay
27-Sep Japan        Suzuka
11-Oct Russia       Sochi
25-Oct United States Austin
01-Nov Mexico     Mexico City
15-Nov Brazil        Interlagos
29-Nov Abu Dhabi Yas Marina

At 20 races, the 2015 calendar equals the number of events held in 2012, the busiest season in the history of the sport. Azerbaijan is scheduled to join the schedule in 2016.

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