2018 Formula One calendar announced

Thanks to the long-overdue return of the French Grand Prix, next year's FIA Formula One World Championship will see the number of rounds increase from twenty to twenty-one.

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Other key changes include the removal of the Malaysian Grand Prix and the reappearance of the German Grand Prix. Furthermore, the Russian race is moving from April to September, plus the Azerbaijan round is going to take place in April instead of June.

Otherwise, the 2018 timetable looks very similar to 2017's.

2018 FIA Formula One World Championship – Calendar
Round Date Grand Prix
1 25 March Melbourne, Australia
2 08 April Shanghai, China*
3 15 April Sakhir, Bahrain
4 29 April Baku, Azerbaijan
5 13 May Barcelona, Spain
6 27 May Monte Carlo, Monaco
7 10 June Montreal, Canada
8 24 June Le Castellet, France
9 01 July Spielberg, Austria
10 08 July Silverstone, Great Britain
11 22 July Hockenheim, Germany
12 29 July Budapest, Hungary
13 26 August Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
14 02 September Monza, Italy
15 16 September Marina Bay, Singapore*
16 30 September Sochi, Russia
17 07 October Suzuka, Japan
18 21 October Austin, USA
19 28 October Mexico City, Mexico
20 11 November São Paulo, Brazil
21 25 November Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi
* Subject to commercial rights holder confirmation.

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