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DIARY DATES: The 2022 F1 calendar

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Check out the key dates for the 2022 Formula 1 season, including every Grand Prix and more information on the coming campaign.

The action is set to kick off with the Bahrain Grand Prix in March, and end with Abu Dhabi in November. But before that, we have the car launches to look forward to, giving us the first glimpse of the 2022 liveries on the brand-new breed of F1 cars.

2022 F1 car launch dates

TeamDate
HaasFebruary 4
Red BullFebruary 9
Aston MartinFebruary 10
McLarenFebruary 11
AlphaTauriFebruary 14
WilliamsFebruary 15
FerrariFebruary 17
MercedesFebruary 18
AlpineFebruary 21
Alfa RomeoFebruary 27

Launches done, pre-season testing will then be split across two venues in 2022, with a pre-testing session at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on February 23-25, followed up by the Official Pre-Season Test at Bahrain on March 10-12.

READ MORE: 2022 pre-season testing dates in Barcelona and Bahrain confirmed

2022 pre-season testing dates

VenueDate
BarcelonaFebruary 23-25
BahrainMarch 10-12

Bahrain then kicks off the 2022 Formula 1 season with the calendar stretching to 23 races, including the Netherlands, Australia, Singapore and Japan before the season-ending United Arab Emirates round.

2022 Formula 1 calendar

DateGrand PrixVenue
20 MarchBahrainSakhir
27 MarchSaudi ArabiaJeddah
10 AprilAustraliaMelbourne
24 AprilEmilia RomagnaImola
8 MayMiamiMiami
22 MaySpainBarcelona
29 MayMonacoMonaco
12 JuneAzerbaijanBaku
19 JuneCanadaMontreal
3 JulyUnited KingdomSilverstone
10 JulyAustriaSpielberg
24 JulyFranceLe Castellet
31 JulyHungaryBudapest
28 AugustBelgiumSpa
4 SeptemberNetherlandsZandvoort
11 SeptemberItalyMonza
2 OctoberSingaporeSingapore
9 OctoberJapanSuzuka
23 OctoberUSAAustin
30 OctoberMexicoMexico City
13 NovemberBrazilSao Paulo
20 NovemberAbu DhabiAbu Dhabi

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