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FIA confirms 19 races calendar in 2014 F1 Season

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21623Formula One governing body, FIA has confirmed that a 19-race calendar for next season, following South Korea, New Jersey and Mexico dropping from 2014 campaign.

Korean Grand Prix will be missing due to financial problems, the Yeongam circuit managed four season on the F1 calendar.

New Jersey and Mexico have also been dropped from the provisional calendar released by the FIA back in September; still both are expected to make a proposal to come-back in 2015.

Full 2014 calendar approved at a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Paris – sees the season now end in Abu Dhabi.

Full 2014 calendar:
March 16 – Australia GP, Melbourne
March 30 – Malaysia GP, Sepang
April 6 – Bahrain GP, Sakhir
April 20 – China GP, Shanghai
May 11 – Spain GP, Barcelona
May 25 – Monaco GP, Monaco
June 8 – Canada GP, Montreal
June 22 – Austria GP, Red Bull Ring
July 6 – Britain GP, Silverstone
July 20 – Germany GP, Hockenheim
July 27 – Hungary GP, Hungaroring
August 24 – Belgium GP, Spa-Francorchamps
September 7 – Italy GP, Monza
September 21 – Singapore GP, Marina Bay
October 5- Japan GP, Suzuka
October 12 – Russia, Sochi
November 2 – USA, Circuit of the Americas
November 9 – Brazil, Interlagos
November 23 – Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina

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