|March 3 - 5||Bahrain International Circuit||Bahrain Grand Prix
Bahrain / Sakhir
|307.6 Kms||March 5|
|March 17 - 19||Jeddah Corniche Circuit||Saudi Arabia Grand Prix
Saudi Arabia / Djeddah
|307.6 Kms||March 19|
|March 31 - 2||Albert Park Circuit||Australia Grand Prix
Australia / Melbourne
|307.6 Kms||April 2|
|April 19 - 21||Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
Italy / Imola
|307.6 Kms||April 21|
|April 28 - 30||Baku City Circuit||Azerbaijan Grand Prix
Azerbaijan / Bakou
|307.6 Kms||April 30|
|May 5 - 7||Miami International Autodrome||Miami Grand Prix
USA / Miami
|307.6 Kms||May 7|
|May 26 - 28||Circuit de Monaco||Monaco Grand Prix
Monaco / Monte-Carlo
|307.6 Kms||May 28|
|June 2 - 4||Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya||Spain Grand Prix
Spain / Montmeló
|307.6 Kms||June 4|
|June 16 - 18||Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve||Canada Grand Prix
Canada / Montréal
|305.3 Kms||June 18|
|June 30 - 2||Red Bull Ring||Austria Grand Prix
Austria / Spielberg
|308.4 Kms||July 2|
|July 7 - 9||Silverstone Circuit||Great Britain Grand Prix
Great Britain / Silverstone Northamptonshire
|308.4 Kms||July 9|
|July 21 - 23||Hungaroring||Hungary Grand Prix
Hungary / Mogyoród
|306.6 Kms||July 23|
|August 25 - 27||Circuit Zandvoort||Netherlands Grand Prix
Netherlands / Zandvoort
|308.1 Kms||August 27|
|September 1 - 3||Autodromo Nazionale Monza||Italy Grand Prix
Italy / Monza
|306.7 Kms||September 3|
|September 15 - 17||Marina Bay Street Circuit||Singapore Grand Prix
Singapore / Singapour
|309.3 Kms||September 17|
|September 22 - 24||Suzuka International Racing Course||Japan Grand Prix
Japan / Suzuka
|307.6 Kms||September 24|
|September 28 - 30||Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps||Belgium Grand Prix
Belgium / Francorchamps
|308.1 Kms||September 30|
|October 6 - 8||Losail International Circuit||Qatar Grand Prix
Qatar / Losail
|308.9 Kms||October 8|
|October 20 - 22||Circuit of The Americas||USA Grand Prix
USA / Elroy
|308.9 Kms||October 22|
|October 27 - 29||Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez||Mexico Grand Prix
Mexico / Mexico
|308.9 Kms||October 29|
|November 3 - 5||Autódromo José Carlos Pace||Brazil Grand Prix
Brazil / São Paulo
|305.9 Kms||November 5|
|November 16 - 18||Las Vegas||Las Vegas Grand Prix
USA / Las Vegas
|308.9 Kms||November 18|
|November 24 - 26||Yas Marina Circuit||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Abu Dhabi / Yas Marina, Abou Dabi
|307.6 Kms||November 26|
Formula 1 is a global phenomenon that enthralls millions of fans with its high-speed action and intense competition. The F1 calendar is a meticulously crafted schedule of races that takes drivers and teams to various corners of the world. At 7Sport F1 fans can find the latest F1 calendar and highlights of some of the current events that make each race an eagerly anticipated spectacle. The F1 calendar is a dynamic and ever-evolving schedule that takes fans on a thrilling journey across the globe.
Calendar & Schedule For Top F1 Competitions
Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne
Traditionally the season opener, the Australian Grand Prix sets the stage for the excitement to come. Held at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, this event showcases the drivers’ skills on a fast and flowing track, while the vibrant atmosphere and enthusiastic fans create an unforgettable experience.
Bahrain Grand Prix, Sakhir
Following Australia, the F1 calendar heads to the Middle East for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Held at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, this race has gained a reputation for thrilling battles and unexpected twists. The circuit’s challenging layout, coupled with its floodlit night race status, adds an extra layer of excitement.
Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya plays host to the Spanish Grand Prix, providing a perfect balance of high-speed straights and technical corners. This race serves as a vital testing ground for teams, as they look to fine-tune their cars for the rest of the season.
Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
Considered the crown jewel of the F1 calendar, the Monaco Grand Prix captivates fans with its glamorous setting and demanding street circuit. The narrow, winding roads of Monte Carlo pose a unique challenge to the drivers, testing their precision and nerve. This event is a must-see for any motorsport enthusiast.
Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku
Taking place on the Baku City Circuit, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix offers a thrilling blend of tight corners and long straights. Known for its unpredictable races and dramatic moments, this street circuit in the heart of Baku has quickly become a favorite among fans.
Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal hosts the Canadian Grand Prix, known for its high-speed straights and heavy braking zones. This challenging circuit often produces thrilling battles and unexpected outcomes, making it a fan-favorite race.
French Grand Prix, Le Castellet
Returning to the calendar in recent years, the French Grand Prix takes place at Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet. Known for its distinctive blue and red run-off areas, the circuit offers a mix of long straights and technical sections, providing an exciting race for fans.
Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg
Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria, plays host to the exhilarating Austrian Grand Prix. This circuit, surrounded by picturesque scenery, offers a short but fast layout, demanding precise driving and strategic overtaking maneuvers.
British Grand Prix, Silverstone
A historic and iconic circuit, Silverstone in the United Kingdom is the venue for the British Grand Prix. With its fast and challenging corners, including the famous Maggots-Becketts complex, this race delivers high-speed action and close wheel-to-wheel battles.
Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
The Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring near Budapest is renowned for its tight and twisty nature. Often described as a “Monaco without walls,” this circuit demands maximum concentration and rewards skillful driving.