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New Jersey, Austria, Russia, Mexico added to 2014 calendar 27 Sep 2013

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Formula One World Championship, Rd6, Monaco Grand Prix, Race Day, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, Sunday, 26 May 2013 New Jersey State Governor Chris Christie shakes hands with Weehawken Mayor Richard Turner at the announcement of plans for a Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial, Oct 25, 2011. Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari F2003-GA 
Formula One World Championship, Rd6, Austrian Grand Prix, Race Day, A1-Ring, Austria, 18 May 2003 Formula One Triple World Champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany becomes the first driver to sample the new  venue at Sochi Olympic Park on 22 April 2013 in Sochi, Russia. Here with, left to right, Andreas Sigl, Global Director Infiniti F1, David Coulthard, Infiniti Red Bull Racing ambassador, and Nikolay Buturlakin, Vice Governor Krasnodar Region Ayrton Senna (BRA) McLaren MP4/5b leads Gerhard Berger (AUT), Left and Ricardo Patrese (ITA), Right. Mexican GP, Mexico City, 24 June 1990

Formula One racing’s governing body, the FIA, has published the calendar for the 2014 world championship following a meeting of its World Motor Sport Council in Croatia on Friday. It features four additions to the 2013 schedule - New Jersey, Austria, Russia and Mexico - with three Grands Prix - Korea, New Jersey and Mexico - listed as provisional.

The New Jersey round will be the second of three races on consecutive weekends, sandwiched between Monaco in late May and Canada in early June. It will take place on a temporary street circuit along the Hudson River in Weehawken and West New York, with the New York City skyline as its backdrop.

The Austrian round in late June will be staged at Spielberg’s Red Bull Ring, formerly known as the A1-Ring, which previously hosted the race between 1997 and 2003. The venue began life as the Osterreichring, home to the Austrian Grand Prix for 18 consecutive years from its inception in 1970.

An all-new circuit in Sochi, home to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, will be the site of the inaugural Russian Grand Prix at the start of October. At 5.9 kilometres, the Sochi Olympic Park Circuit will be longer than all but two tracks on the current F1 calendar (Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium and Silverstone in Great Britain).

November will see the return of Mexico to the F1 calendar, at the same venue which staged the country’s last Grand Prix in 1992 - Mexico City’s Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

The 2014 calendar in full:

16/03 Australia
30/03 Malaysia
06/04 Bahrain
20/04 China
27/04 Korea (provisional)
11/05 Spain
25/05 Monaco
01/06 America, New Jersey (provisional*)
08/06 Canada
22/06 Austria
06/07 Britain
20/07 Germany
27/07 Hungary
24/08 Belgium
07/09 Italy
21/09 Singapore
05/10 Russia
12/10 Japan
26/10 Abu Dhabi
09/11 USA, Austin
16/11 Mexico (provisional*)
30/11 Brazil

* subject to circuit approval

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