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2005 FIA Formula One World Championship - the provisional calendar... 15 Oct 2004

Olivier Panis (FRA) Toyota TF104.
Formula One World Championship, Rd9, United States Grand Prix, Race Day, Indianapolis, USA, 20 June 2004 Race retiree Mark Webber (AUS) Jaguar R5 arrives at Eau Rouge with his front wing broken at the start of the race.
Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Belgian Grand Prix, Race Day, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, 29 August 2004 Race Winner Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari.
Formula One World Championship, Rd12, German Grand Prix, Race Day, Hockenheim, Germany, 25 July 2004 Jenson Button (GBR) BAR Honda 006 retired from the race.
Formula One World Championship, Rd14, Belgian Grand Prix, Race Day, Spa Francorchamps, Belgium, 29 August 2004

A grand total of 19 races are listed on the provisional schedule for the 2005 Formula One season, as released by the FIA.

All of the 2004 rounds are retained, with Turkey joining the calendar for its inaugural Grand Prix in August. The British and French races remain under discussion, while San Marino is included subject to compliance with contract.

Exact dates have not been released for the Grands Prix of Europe, USA and China. These will be confirmed no later than the meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on December 10, 2004.

The full provisional calendar is as follows:
06 March, Australia
20 March, Malaysia
03 April, Bahrain
17 April, France*
24 April, San Marino**
08 May, Spain
22 May, Monaco
TBC, Europe
12 June, Canada
03 July, Britain*
17 July, Germany
31 July, Hungary
21 August, Turkey
04 September, Italy
11 September, Belgium
25 September, Brazil
09 October, Japan
TBC, China
* Contract under discussion
** Subject to compliance with contract