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22-race 2014 F1 calendar the longest in Formula 1 history

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Formula One World ChampionshipMalaysian Grand Prix moving back a week and becoming a double-header with Bahrain while China and the provisional Korean GP go back-to-back. The Russian Grand Prix also switches places with Japan so the two races now form a double-header and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stands alone. Next season is the lengthy in Formula 1 history; it will end on November 30 in Brazil.

Provisional 2014 calendar

No:DateGrand PrixCircuit
114-16 MarchAustralian Grand PrixAlbert Park Melbourne Circuit
228-30 MarchMalaysian Grand PrixSepang International Circuit
34-6 AprilBahrain Grand PrixBahrain International Circuit
418-20 AprilChinese Grand PrixShanghai International Circuit
525-27 AprilKorean Grand Prix *Korean International Circuit
69-11 MaySpanish Grand PrixCatalunya Circuit
723-25 MayMonaco Grand PrixMonaco Circuit
830-01 JuneAmerican Grand Prix *New Jersey
96-8 JuneCanadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles Villeneuve
1020-22 JuneAustria Grand PrixRed Bull Ring
114-6 JulyBritish Grand PrixSilverstone Circuit
1218-20 JulyGerman Grand PrixHockenheimring
1325-27 JulyHungarian Grand PrixHungaroring
1422-24 AugBelgian Grand PrixSpa Francorchamps Circuit
155-7 SeptItalian Grand PrixAutodromo Nazionale Monza
1619-21 SeptSingapore Grand PrixSingapore Circuit
1703-05 OctRussian Grand Prix*Sochi Street Circuit
1810-12 OctJapanese Grand PrixSuzuka Circuit
1924-26 OctAbu Dhabi Grand PrixYas Marina Circuit
2007-09 NovMexican Grand Prix*Mexico City
2114-16 NovUS Grand PrixCircuit of The Americas
2228-30 NovBrazilian Grand PrixAutodromo Interlagos
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