The 2022 Formula One season, which starts in Bahrain on Sunday, will have a record 23 races although one slot has yet to be filled after the cancellation of the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi.
Miami makes its debut in May while Qatar drops off for a year due to hosting the soccer World Cup and China is still missing due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Australia, Singapore, Canada and Japan return after absences due to the pandemic.
Stand-in races in Portugal and Turkey are no longer featured while Austria returns to having one round after making up the numbers with two last year.
Three of the races – at Imola, Austria and Brazil – will be in the sprint format.
Mar 20 – Bahrain, Sakhir Circuit
Mar 27 – Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
Apr 10 – Australia, Melbourne
Apr 24 – Emilia Romagna, Imola (Italy)
May 8 – Miami
May 22 – Spain, Barcelona
May 29 – Monaco
Jun 12 – Azerbaijan, Baku
Jun 19 – Canada, Montreal
Jul 3 – Britain, Silverstone
Jul 10 – Austria, Spielberg
Jul 24 – France, Le Castellet
Jul 31 – Hungary, Budapest
Aug 28 – Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps
Sep 4 – Netherlands, Zandvoort
Sep 11 – Italy, Monza
Sep 25 – To be confirmed (was Russia)
Oct 2 – Singapore
Oct 9 – Japan, Suzuka
Oct 23 – United States, Austin
Oct 30 – Mexico, Mexico City
Nov 13 – Brazil, Sao Paulo
Nov 20 – Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina
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