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F1 2016 Pre-Season Calendar

F1 2016 Pre-Season Calendar

Formula 1 2016 Pre-season testing will get underway in late January with a Pirelli tyre test at Paul Ricard in the south of France, a two-day affair which will also see the track soaked with water to allow for wet-weather testing.

2016 Formula 1 pre-season usual testing will take place exclusively at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, the track, which will host the Grand Prix of Spain on May 5, will be the site of two separate testing periods.

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will be the only track that hosts testing for F1. 2016 Pre-season testing periods will run from Feb. 22 – 25 and then March 1 – 4.

Race tickets providers for the Spanish Grand Prix will be given free access to all eight days of pre-season testing, even as tickets can also be purchased on each day at the track.

2016 F1 Pre-season Testing

25 Jan Paul Ricard
26 Jan Paul Ricard
22 Feb Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
23 Feb Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
24 Feb Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
25 Feb Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
01 Mar Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
02 Mar Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
03 Mar Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona
04 Mar Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona

2016 F1 Launches

DateTeamPlace
3 FebRenaultOnline (1.15pm (CET))
17 FebRed Bull livery launchLondon (5pm GMT)
19 Feb FerrariOnline (1pm GMT)
21 Feb McLarenOnline
22 FebForce IndiaBarcelona (8:30 a.m. CET)
22 FebRed BullBarcelona
22 FebHaas F1Barcelona (7:50 a.m. CET)
22 FebWilliams Barcelona
22 FebManor RacingBarcelona(TBC)
01 Mar SauberBarcelona

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