The French Grand Prix will return as part of an unprecedented triple-header of races on the 2018 F1 calendar.
The Paul Ricard circuit will hold the first French race since 2008. It will kick off races on three consecutive weekends, followed consecutively by the Austrian and British Grands Prix.
Next year’s calendar will feature 21 races, equalling the record for the longest ever schedule. The Malaysian Grand Prix will not be held after this year, but the German Grand Prix will return at the Hockenheimring.
Azerbaijan’s round of the world championship will move forward in the year, taking the place previously held by the Russian Grand Prix. The latter will move closer to its original calendar slot, taking the place held by the Malaysian round this year.
Two races remain subject to final confirmation. Commercial arrangements have not yet been finalised with the promoters of the races in China and Singapore.
Next year’s Le Mans 24 Hours is to be held on June 16th and 17th and therefore will not clash with any round of the 2018 world championship. However the Indianapolis 500 will again take place on the same day as the Monaco Grand Prix.
|1||Australian Grand Prix||March 23 – 25||Forum|
|2||Chinese Grand Prix||April 6 – 8||Forum|
|3||Bahrain Grand Prix||April 13 – 15||Forum|
|4||Azerbaijani Grand Prix||April 27 – 29||Forum|
|5||Spanish Grand Prix||May 11 – 13||Forum|
|6||Monaco Grand Prix||May 24 – 27||Forum|
|7||Canadian Grand Prix||June 8 – 10||Forum|
|8||French Grand Prix||June 22 – 24||Forum|
|9||Austrian Grand Prix||June 29 – July 1||Forum|
|10||British Grand Prix||July 6 – 8||Forum|
|11||German Grand Prix||July 20 – 22||Forum|
|12||Hungarian Grand Prix||July 27 – 29||Forum|
|13||Belgian Grand Prix||August 24 – 26||Forum|
|14||Italian Grand Prix||August 31 – September 2||Forum|
|15||Singapore Grand Prix||September 14 – 16||Forum|
|16||Russian Grand Prix||September 28 – 30||Forum|
|17||Japanese Grand Prix||October 5 – 7||Forum|
|18||United States Grand Prix||October 19 – 21||Forum|
|19||Mexican Grand Prix||October 26 – 28||Forum|
|20||Brazilian Grand Prix||November 9 – 11||Forum|
|21||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||November 23 – 25||Forum|
This article will be updated.
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