Official: the Formula 1 calendar in 2025

The FIA ​​has announced the schedule for the next F1 season: the first race will be in Australia in March and the last in Abu Dhabi in December.

Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia. (Eric Alonso/Getty Images)

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) informed the calendar of Formula 1 in 2025, the year in which the 75th anniversary of the World Cup will be celebrated: the first race will be in Australia and the last in Abu Dhabi.

The competition in 2025 will continue with 24 Grand Prix, although the dates will change for some of them. The beggar It will be Melbourne (Australia), from March 14 to 16; while it will conclude in Abu Dhabi, from December 5 to 7.

One of the events that changes every month is the Spanish Grand Prix, in Barcelona,​​​​​​​​​​ that from May 30 to June 1. In the current 2024, the race in Barcelona will be held from June 21 to 23. At the same time, they are changing the month of the Grand Prix of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, which will be held in April due to Ramadan, which in 2025 will be March.

For Stefano Dominicali, CEO and President of Formula 1, 2025 “will be a special year” as it celebrates the 75th anniversary of the FIA ​​​​Formula 1 World Championship. “And it’s that heritage and experience that allows us to offer such a strong calendar”he pointed out.

Ben Sualayem, president of the FIA, for his part, considers the 2025 F1 calendar approved by the FIA ​​as “another illustration” of “Collective mission to meet sustainability goals through regionalization of events.”

Formula 1 2025 calendar
The FIA ​​has announced the Formula 1 calendar for 2025.

The Formula 1 calendar in 2025

  • March 14-16: Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)

  • March 21-23: Chinese GP (Shanghai)
  • April 4-6: Japan GP (Suzuka)
  • April 11-13: Bahrain GP (Sakhir)
  • April 18-20: Saudi Arabia GP (Jeddah)
  • May 2-4: GP USA (Miami)
  • May 16-18: GP Emilia Romagna (Italy, Imola)
  • May 23-25: Monaco GP (Monte Carlo)
  • May 30-June 1: Spanish GP (Barcelona)
  • June 13-15: Canadian GP (Montreal)
  • June 27-29: Austrian GP (Spielberg)
  • July 4-6: United Kingdom GP (Silverstone)
  • July 25-27; Belgian GP (Spa)
  • August 1-3: Hungarian GP (Budapest)
  • August 29-31: Netherlands GP (Zandvoort)
  • September 5-7: Italian GP (Monza)
  • September 19-21: Azerbaijan GP (Baku)
  • October 3-5: Singapore GP (Singapore)
  • October 17-19: US GP (Austin)
  • October 24-26: Mexican GP (Mexico City)
  • November 7-9: Brazilian GP (Sao Paulo)
  • November 20-22: GP of the Americas (Las Vegas)
  • November 28-30: Qatar GP (Lusail)
  • December 5-7: Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina).

Source: Tycsports

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