2015 Formula One calendar revised

In a surprise move, next season will see the return of the Korean Grand Prix. That decision, confirmed at yesterday’s World Motor Sport Council meeting in Doha, takes the number of events on the 2015 Formula One schedule up to 21.

The only other change to the calendar concerns the Chinese and Bahraini rounds, which have swapped places.

Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez (Mexico) Circuit
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit, which in
2015 will host the first Mexican Grand Prix since 1992.

2015 FIA Formula One World Championship - Calendar
Round Date Event
1 15 March Grand Prix of Australia (Melbourne)
2 29 March Grand Prix of Malaysia (Sepang)
3 12 April Grand Prix of China (Shanghai)
4 19 April Grand Prix of Bahrain (Sakhir)
5 03 May Grand Prix of Korea (Yeongam)
6 10 May Grand Prix of Spain (Barcelona)
7 24 May Grand Prix of Monaco (Monte Carlo)
8 07 June Grand Prix of Canada (Montreal)
9 21 June Grand Prix of Austria (Spielberg)
10 05 July Grand Prix of Great Britain (Silverstone)
11 19 July Grand Prix of Germany (Nürburg)
12 26 July Grand Prix of Hungary (Budapest)
13 23 August Grand Prix of Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
14 06 September Grand Prix of Italy (Monza)
15 20 September Grand Prix of Singapore (Marina Bay)
16 27 September Grand Prix of Japan (Suzuka)
17 11 October Grand Prix of Russia (Sochi)
18 25 October Grand Prix of USA (Austin)
19 01 November Grand Prix of Mexico (Mexico City)
20 15 November Grand Prix of Brazil (São Paulo)
21 29 November Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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