PARIS (AP) – The 2022 Formula One season will feature 23 races and will start in Bahrain instead of its traditional start in Australia, and return amid the Corona virus epidemic after two consecutive cancellations in the Singapore and Canadian Grand Prix.
The Federation’s International Motor Racing Council on Friday approved the International DL Automobile (FIA) calendar for 2022.
The Bahrain Grand Prix will be held in Zakir on March 20, the second edition of the Saudi Arabian GP will be held in Jeddah and then the Australian Grand Prix will be held in Melbourne on April 10.
The Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix to Europe two weeks later, in Italy (subject to contract approval) and then to the United States (subject to round party approval) on May 8 for the Miami Geopic. FIA).
FA President Stefano Dominique said: “We are preparing to enter a new era with new regulations for brands and cars designed to create competition for next year.
Spanish GB on May 22 (subject to contract approval), followed by Monaco GB a week later F1 on June 12 to Baku for the Grand Prix of Azerbaijan.
GB will return to Canada a week after being canceled for the second year in a row and replaced by the Turkish Grand Prix.
Longer races in Europe, including the British GB, at Silverstone earlier than usual on July 3, followed by four pre-match regular races a week before the weekly intervals between Austria (July 10), France (July 24) and Hungary (July 31).
The popular Japanese GB returns to Suzuki on October 9 after being removed this year due to concerns from the Japanese government about the virus.
The US GB in Austin ends on October 23 (subject to agreement) and F1 Mexico (October 30), Brazil (November 13) and November 20 earlier than usual.
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