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2018 F1 calendar formally confirmed

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At a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on Wednesday, Formula 1 racing’s governing body, the FIA, formally approved the calendar for the 2018 season.

Starting in Australia next March and finishing in Abu Dhabi in November, the championship comprises 21 rounds, with France and Germany returning for the first time since 2008 and 2016 respectively.

To purchase tickets for 2018 races, click here, or for F1 Experiences at 2018 Grands Prix, click here.

The 2018 calendar in full:

DateVenueFormula 1 Grand Prix
25-MarMelbourneAustralia
08-AprSakhirBahrain
15-AprShanghaiChina
29-AprBakuAzerbaijan
13-MayBarcelonaSpain
27-MayMonacoMonaco
10-JunMontrealCanada
24-JunLe CastelletFrance
01-JulSpielbergAustria
08-JulSilverstoneGreat Britain
22-JulHockenheimGermany
29-JulBudapestHungary
26-AugSpa-FrancorchampsBelgium
02-SepMonzaItaly
16-SepSingaporeSingapore
30-SepSochiRussia
07-OctSuzukaJapan
21-OctAustinUSA
28-OctMexico CityMexico
11-NovSao PauloBrazil
25-NovYas MarinaAbu Dhabi

To view complete details of the 2019 Formula 1 schedule, click here.

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