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F1 2016 calendar confirmed dates

F1 2016 calendar confirmed – The maximum number of Championship events in a season has been increased to 21 (from 20). The calendar for the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship has been confirmed.

March 20 – Australian Grand Prix
April 3 – Bahrain Grand Prix
April 17 – Chinese Grand Prix
May 1 – Russian Grand Prix
May 15 – Spanish Grand Prix
May 29 – Monaco Grand Prix
June 12 – Canadian Grand Prix
June 19 – European Grand Prix (Azerbaijan)*
July 3 – Austrian Grand Prix
July 10 – British Grand Prix
July 24 – Hungarian Grand Prix
July 31 – German Grand Prix
August 28 – Belgian Grand Prix
September 4 – Italian Grand Prix
September 18 – Singapore Grand Prix
October 2 – Malaysian Grand Prix
October 9 – Japanese Grand Prix
October 23 – United States Grand Prix**
October 30 – Mexican Grand Prix
November 13 – Brazilian Grand Prix
November 27 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

*race start to be scheduled to avoid conflict with the conclusion of the 24 Hours of Le Mans
**subject to agreement with the promoter and the ASN

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