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Formula 1: 2019 Schedule Released

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  • Formula 1: 2019 Schedule Released

    Formula 1 officials released the racing calendar for 2019, with 21 races listed, the same as this year but without the mid-season tripleheader.

    The 2018 tripleheader included the races in France, Austria and England, which were run in 2018 on June 24, July 1 and July 8, repectively. In 2019, the race at Silverstone, England will be pushed back one week.

    The season begins a week earlier than this year with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 18, with two-week gaps through until after the Canadian Grand Prix in mid-June.

    And once again, this is no mention of a second U.S. date to go with the United States Grand Prix at Austin, Texas. Plans for a Miami Grand Prix in Florida have been tabled until at least 2020.

    2019 Formula 1 schedule

    March 17 - Australian GP (Melbourne)

    March 31 - Bahrain GP (Sakhir)

    April 14 - Chinese GP (Shanghai)

    April 28 - Azerbaijan GP (Baku)

    May 12 - Spanish GP (Barcelona)

    May 26 - Monaco GP (Monaco)

    June 9 - Canadian GP (Montreal)

    June 23 - French GP (Le Castellet)

    June 30 - Austrian GP (Spielberg)

    July 14 - British GP (Silverstone)

    July 28 - German GP (Hockenheim)

    August 4 - Hungarian GP (Budapest)

    September 1 - Belgian GP (Spa)

    September 8 - Italian GP (Monza)

    September 22 - Singapore GP (Singapore)

    September 29 - Russian GP (Sochi)

    October 13 - Japanese GP (Suzuka)

    October 27 - Mexican GP (Mexico City)

    November 3 = United States GP (Austin)

    November 17 - Brazilian GP (Sao Paulo)

    December 1 = Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)

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