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F1 Calendar 2019: The Formula 1 Race Calendar Dates

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Formula One governing body FIA not yet declared 2019 F1 Calendar dates and time schedule, but these Grand Prix’s are not drop from F1 2019 Calendar. Below we added regular Grand Prix’s names for 2019 Formula 1 season.

2019 Australian GP is expected to welcome the F1 circus for its annual kick-off from March 14-17, although the date is yet to be approved by the FIA at a World Motor Sport Council meeting later this year.

“To announce the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2019 date more than eight months out from the event is fantastic news and we hope this will encourage overseas and interstate visitors to plan for a lengthy visit to Melbourne and Victoria,” said Australian Grand Prix Corporation CEO Andrew Westacott.

“We are immensely proud of the four-day spectacle Melbourne puts on and honoured to raise the curtain on one of the world’s most prestigious annual championships.

“The start of an F1 season, our Aussie superstar Daniel Ricciardo, a Supercars Championship round and so much off-track action – it’s a must-attend event in 2019.”

2019 F1 Calendar

Australia: 2019 Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park Circuit)
Bahrain: 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix (Bahrain International Circuit)
China: 2019 Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai International Circuit)
Azerbaijan: 2019 Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku City Circuit)
Spain: 2019 Spanish Grand Prix (Circuit de Catalunya)
Monaco: 2019 Monaco Grand Prix (Monaco street circuit)
Canada: 2019 Canadian Grand Prix (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)
France: 2019 French Grand Prix (Paul Ricard)
Austria: 2019 Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring)
Britain: 2019 British Grand Prix (Silverstone International circuit)
Hungary: 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)
Belgium: 2019 Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)
Italy: 2019 Italian Grand Prix (Monza)
Singapore: 2019 Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
Russia: 2019 Russian Grand Prix (Sochi Autodrom)
America: 2019 US Grand Prix (Circuit of the Americas)
Mexico: 2019 Mexican Grand Prix (Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez)
Brazil: 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)
Abu Dhabi: 2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)

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