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Written by @Damien_Marquez   
Thursday, 29 December 2016 08:02

The FIA World Motor Sport Council announced a 20-race calendar on the 30th November for the 2017 Formula 1 season. There are a number of changes compared to the provisional schedule published back in September, something worth bearing in mind when planning travel arrangements.

The next F1 season will no longer feature a German Grand Prix and the race weekend in Baku, now known as the Azerbaijan Grand Grand Prix rather than the European one will take place two weeks after the Canadian round, and more crucially, the weekend after the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Other changes from the provisional schedule include a push back by one week of the Austrian, British and Hungarian rounds, Singapore and Malaysia are swapped back as per the 2016 season and Mexico is once again paired with the US GP.


The 2017 F1 calendar is confirmed as follows:

23-26 March // Australia (Melbourne)
07-09 April // China (Shanghai)
14-16 April // Bahrain (Sakhir)
28-30 April // Russia (Sochi)
12-14 May // Spain (Barcelona)
25-28 May // Monaco (Monte Carlo)
09-11 June // Canada (Montreal)
23-25 June // Azerbaijan (Baku)
07-09 July // Austria (Spielberg)
14-16 July // Great Britain (Silverstone)
28-30 July // Hungary (Budapest)
25-27 August // Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
01-03 September // Italy (Monza)
15-17 September // Singapore (Marina Bay)
29 Sept-01 Oct // Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
05-08 October // Japan (Suzuka)
20-22 October // USA (Austin)*
27-29 October // Mexico (Mexico City)
10-12 November // Brazil (São Paulo)
24-26 November // Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)


Tickets for most races, except Russia and Malaysia onward, are now available. You also can book flights and accommodation with the certainty of a finalised schedule.

Full FIA press release: www.fia.com/news/fia-announces-world-motor-sport-council-decisions-4

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