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2022 Formula 1 Schedule Revealed

The 2022 Formula 1 schedule was revealed Friday (Oct. 15) and features 23 Grands Prix- the most of any season.

Among the notable venues is Miami, Florida in May, a new track with 19 turns in the Miami International Autodrome in Miami Gardens.

Also, three tracks are set to return after missing out in 2021 due to COVID-19 regulations. F1 will go to Melbourne, Australia on April 10, Montreal, Canada on June 19 and Suzuka, Japan on Oct. 9.

The series opens its 2022 season in Bahrain on March 20 and ends in Abu Dhabi on Nov. 20.

Notably, Sochi’s last Russian Grand Prix will be on Sept. 25, 2022, as the race will move to Autodrom Igora Drive in St. Petersburg the following year.

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F1 will once again not visit China next year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The 2022 season follows an unprecedented two years for Formula 1 in which the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in revised calendar of 17 races in 2020 and 22 races in 2021 – a huge achievement given the international nature of the sport,” F1 said in a statement.

“It has been fantastic to welcome fans back to events this year, and we will continue to ensure this is done safely and in line with national guidelines.

“The pandemic has continued to present challenges to the 2021 season, but the entire sport has shown its ability to react and adapt to the challenges as they have arisen.

“While we hope the virus recedes further in the coming months for everyone around the world, we will continue to closely monitor the situation and work closely with the promoters and national authorities.”

Full 2022 F1 Schedule

March 20 – Bahrain Grand Prix in Sakhir

March 27 – Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

April 10 – Australia (Melbourne)

April 24 – Emilia Romagna (Imola, subject to contract)

May 8 – Miami (subject to FIA circuit homologation)

May 22 – Spain (Barcelona, subject to contract)

May 29 – Monaco

June 12 – Azerbaijan (Baku)

June 19 – Canada (Montreal)

July 3 – United Kingdom (Silverstone)

July 10 – Austria (Spielberg)

July 24 – France (Le Castellet)

July 31 – Hungary (Budapest)

Aug. 28 – Belgium (Spa)

Sept. 4 – Netherlands (Zandvoort)

Sept. 11 – Italy (Monza)

Sept. 25 – Russia (Sochi)

Oct. 2 – Singapore (subject to contract)

Oct. 9 – Japan (Suzuka)

Oct. 23 – United States (Austin, subject to contract)

Oct. 30 – Mexico (Mexico City)

Nov. 13 – Brazil (Sao Paulo)

Nov. 20 – Abu Dhabi

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Tom B

No TURKEY OR VIETNAM and no explanation.
Liberty Media is doing a great job under the circumstances. It might look like a follow the leader show, but the whole show is exciting.

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