New Jersey back on FIA’s 22-race 2014 F1 calendar

2014 F1 calendar

Start, Melbourne, 2013The FIA has listed the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey as one of 22 races on the 2014 F1 calendar.

However the race has been listed as one of three grands prix on consecutive weekends – one week after the race in Monaco and one week before the race in Canada – which may prove unrealistic from a point of view of logistics.

Even if the New Jersey race does not go ahead, a 21-race schedule would still be the longest ever seen in Formula One.

The new race in Russia has been given an October date and the revived Austrian and Mexican races also join the schedule.

There are five back-to-back race weekends on the calendar: Malaysia and Bahrain, China and Korea, Germany and Hungary, Russia and Japan and the USA and Mexico.

The Indian Grand Prix will not take place next year but organisers intend for it to return in 2015.

Round Race Circuit Date Forum
1 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park March 14 – 16 Forum
2 Malaysian Grand Prix Sepang International Circuit March 28 – 30 Forum
3 Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain International Circuit April 4 – 6 Forum
4 Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit April 18 – 20 Forum
5 Korean Grand Prix Korean International Circuit April 25 – 27 Forum
6 Spanish Grand Prix Circuit de Catalunya May 9 – 11 Forum
7 Monaco Grand Prix Monte-Carlo May 22 – 25 Forum
8 American Grand Prix New Jersey May 30 – June 1
9 Canadian Grand Prix Circuit Gilles Villeneuve June 6 – 8 Forum
10 Austrian Grand Prix Red Bull Ring June 20 – 22
11 British Grand Prix Silverstone July 4 – 6 Forum
12 German Grand Prix Hockenheimring July 18 – 20 Forum
13 Hungarian Grand Prix Hungaroring July 25 – 27 Forum
14 Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps August 22 – 24 Forum
15 Italian Grand Prix Monza September 5 – 7 Forum
16 Singapore Grand Prix Singapore September 19 – 21 Forum
17 Russian Grand Prix Sochi October 3 – 5
18 Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka October 10 – 12 Forum
19 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina October 24 – 26 Forum
20 United States Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas November 7 – 9 Forum
21 Mexican Grand Prix Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez November 14 – 16
22 Brazilian Grand Prix Interlagos November 28 – 30 Forum

Korean Grand Prix: Provisional
American and Russian Grands Prix: Provisional and subject to circuit approval

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88 comments on New Jersey back on FIA’s 22-race 2014 F1 calendar

  1. Travis (@mcmerctn) said on 28th September 2013, 5:34

    Thrilled to see New Jersey. I walked the circuit last summer, awesome elevation changes and some very fast corners for a street course. I saw a big building that looked like a bunch of garages, so I had some hope. But really, I do like seeing more races, because racing is so much more interesting than the petty stuff we tend to get caught up in between the races.

  2. I believe that 22 races is pretty much hard not only on the People but also on the machinery.
    The Gearboxes need to last 5 races and with the new rule for MGU’s (Motor Generator Units) also need to last for 5 races. 5 Engines for entire season makes it tough to manage them.

  3. HawkAussie (@hawkaussie) said on 28th September 2013, 9:44

    Australia
    Malaysia
    China
    Korea
    Bahrain
    Spain
    Monaco
    Austria
    Britian
    Germany
    Belgium
    Italy
    Hungary
    Russia
    Singapore
    Japan
    Abu Dhabi
    Mexico
    Canada
    American
    United States
    Brazilian

  4. Caine Pegg said on 20th October 2013, 23:04

    I think a cost cutting calendar should be like this:
    Australia
    Malaysia
    Korea
    China
    Japan
    Singapore
    Bahrain
    Abu Dhabi
    Spain
    Monaco
    Austria
    Britain
    Germany
    Hungary
    Belgium
    Italy
    Russia
    New Jersey
    Canada
    Texas
    Mexico
    Brazil

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