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2018 F1 Calendar – 21 races for 2018 Formula 1

Malaysian Grand Prix will scrap its Formula 1 race after 2017, but calendar to go back up to 21 races for 2018 as Germany added to France’s expected return.

2018 F1 Calendar:

25 March

Melbourne

Australia

08 April

Shanghai

China

15 April

Sakhir

Bahrain

29 April

Baku

Azerbaijan

13 May

Barcelona

Spain

27 May

Monaco

Monaco

10 June

Montreal

Canada

24 June

Paul Ricard

France

01 July

Red Bull Ring

Austria

08 July

Silverstone

Great Britain

22 July

Hockenheim

Germany

29 July

Budapest

Hungary

26 August

Spa-Francorchamps

Belgium

02 September

Monza

Italy

16 September

Singapore

Singapore

30 September

Sochi

Russia

07 October

Suzuka

Japan

21 October

Austin

USA

28 October

Mexico City

Mexico

11 November

Sao Paulo

Brazil

25 November

Yas Marina

Abu Dhabi

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