22-race 2014 F1 calendar announced

    The schedule adds the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey as a provisional fixture.

    Published On Sep 28, 2013 06:14:00 AM


    22-race 2014 F1 calendar announced

    The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has confirmed a 22-race calendar for the 2014 Formula 1 season.

    The schedule adds the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey as a provisional fixture, with the street event having been absent from the previous draft leaked at the start of the month.

    During the Singapore GP weekend it was revealed that the FIA was set to leave a slot open for New Jersey after all.

    Mexico and Korea are also listed as provisional.

    The new season will again start in Australia on March 16, followed by races in Malaysia and Bahrain, which moves to the third slot rather than the fifth it had in the draft schedule.

    The season, the longest in Formula 1 history, will end on November 30 in Brazil.

    2014 F1 calendar:

    16 March       Grand Prix of Australia
    30 March       Grand Prix of Malaysia
    06 April       Grand Prix of Bahrain
    20 April       Grand Prix of China
    27 April       Grand Prix of Korea (provisional)
    11 May         Grand Prix of Spain
    25 May         Grand Prix of Monaco
    01 June        Grand Prix of America, New Jersey (provisional*)
    08 June        Grand Prix of Canada
    22 June        Grand Prix of Austria
    06 July        Grand Prix of Great Britain
    20 July        Grand Prix of Germany (Hockenheim)
    27 July        Grand Prix of Hungary
    24 August      Grand Prix of Belgium
    07 September   Grand Prix of Italy
    21 September   Grand Prix of Singapore
    05 October     Grand Prix of Russia (Sochi)
    12 October     Grand Prix of Japan
    26 October     Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi
    09 November    Grand Prix of USA (Austin)
    16 November    Grand Prix of Mexico (provisional*)
    30 November    Grand Prix of Brazil
    * Subject to circuit approval

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