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Baku and Germany added to 2016 F1 calendar (21-race)

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Baku and Germany added to 2016 F1 calendar
Governing body, FIA has released the provisional calendar for the 2016 F1 season, which includes the first-ever Baku Grand Prix in Azerbaijan on July 17.

It also features a return for the German Grand Prix, which was dropped from the 2015 calendar.

The 2016 F1 season will kick off later than usual, with Australia’s opening race not until April 3 and finish in Abu Dhabi on November 27.

The British Grand Prix is scheduled for June 26. The other vital change sees Russia and Malaysia switch places, with the Sochi race now set to be the fourth round on May 1. The Malaysian GP will not be until September 25 and will take place just a week after Singapore night race.

2016 F1 Calendar

RoundGrand PrixDate
1Australian Grand PrixApril 1 – 3
2Chinese Grand PrixApril 8 – 10
3Bahrain Grand PrixApril 22 – 24
4Russian Grand PrixApril 29 – May 1
5Spanish Grand PrixMay 13 – 15
6Monaco Grand PrixMay 26 – 29
7Canadian Grand PrixJune 10 – 12
8British Grand Prix June 24 – 26
9Austrian Grand PrixJuly 1 – 3
10European Grand PrixJuly 15 – 17
11German Grand PrixJuly 29 – 31
12Hungarian Grand PrixAugust 5 – 7
13Belgian Grand PrixAugust 26 – 28
14Italian Grand Prix September 2 – 4
15Singapore Grand PrixSeptember 16 – 18
16Malaysian Grand PrixSeptember 23 – 25
17Japanese Grand PrixOctober 7 – 9
18United States Grand PrixOctober 21 – 23
19Mexican Grand PrixJuly 28 – 30
20Brazilian Grand PrixNovember 11 – 13
21Abu Dhabi Grand Prix November 25 – 27

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