2014 F1 Calendar

The WMSC have confirmed the 2014 Formula One calendar. The season will consist of 19 rounds starting on the 16th March in Australia and ending on the 23rd November in Abu Dhabi.

The Calendar

16th March Australian Grand Prix Albert Park
30th March Malaysian Grand Prix Sepang International Circuit
6th April Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain International Circuit
20th April Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit
11th May Spanish Grand Prix Circuit de Catalunya
25th May Monaco Grand Prix Circuit de Monaco
8th June Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Gilles Villenueve
22nd June Austrian Grand Prix Red Bull Ring
6th July British Grand Prix Silverstone
20th July German Grand Prix Hockenheim
27th July Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring
24th August Belgian Grand Prix Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
7th September Italian Grand Prix Autodromo di Monza
21st September Singapore Grand Prix Marina Bay Street Circuit
5th October Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka
12th October Russian Grand Prix Olympic Park
2nd November United States Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas
9th November Brazilian Grand Prix Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
23rd November Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina

A provisional calendar released earlier in the year featured races in Mexico, New Jersey and the Korean Grand Prix however these have been dropped from the final calendar. Brazil have lost the season finale to Abu Dhabi, with the Yas Marina Circuit having last occupied the last race of the season in 2010.

The Austrian Grand Prix and Russian Grand Prix are the two new additions which did make the final cut.

There are only four back-to-back races:

Malaysia – Bahrain
Germany – Hungary
Japan – Russia
US – Brazil


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