F1 calendars archive
Whitmarsh: F1 needs more than one race in the USA 30th June 2011, 22:01
F1 teams’ association president Martin Whitmarsh says F1 has to “conquer” America.
Argentina and Mexico examine F1 track possibilities 17th June 2011, 9:09
Two former F1 hosts could return.
Interactive map: The growing F1 calendar, 1950-2011 14th March 2011, 10:47
See how the F1 calendar has tripled in size since 1950.
Austin GP reveals backer and opens website 27th July 2010, 16:48
The organisers of the 2012 United States Grand Prix have launched their official website and revealed details of one of the race’s backers. Red McCombs, owner of a car dealer group in Texas and previously named one of the 400 richest men in America, has invested in the project. He has been involved in other […]
Which races should Ecclestone cut? (Poll) 9th April 2010, 9:07
Bernie Ecclestone has said F1 can “afford to lose” certain rounds to make way for races in New York and Russia – two venues he’s been trying to get on the F1 calendar for decades. He told Autocar: We?óÔé¼Ôäóre going to lose some races for sure, there are some races we can afford to lose […]
Silverstone to use ‘Arena’ track in 2010 11th February 2010, 16:36
The 2010 British Grand Prix will take place on Silverstone’s new ‘Arena’ circuit in 2010, the circuit has confirmed, after gaining approval from Formula One Management. The race organisers say the new circuit, built at a cost of ?é?ú5m, will provide a better experience for fans in 2010. It cuts out the Abbey chicane and […]
Rome ‘has F1 race deal’ – Gazzetta 20th December 2009, 19:16
Italy’s Gazzetta dello Sport claims a deal is in place for F1 to race on the streets of Rome. It reports race organiser Maurizio Flammini has done a deal with Bernie Ecclestone. Earlier this year it emerged the venue was seeking an F1 race for 2012. A race deal for 2012 would be consistent with […]
Abu Dhabi gets 2010 F1 season finale 11th December 2009, 15:41
Abu Dhabi will host the F1 season finale for the second year in a row in 2010 after swapping its place on the calendar with the Brazilian Grand Prix. The final 2010 F1 calendar revealed today by the FIA sees the last two races switched around and confirms F1 will have 19 races next year.
F1 edging towards 20-race seasons 8th December 2009, 7:00
The confirmation of the British Grand Prix on the 2010 F1 calendar yesterday confirms next year’s schedule will be the joint-longest ever. With the first Indian Grand Prix planned for 2011, F1 may soon see its first 20-race championship.
Monaco moved earlier on 2010 F1 calendar 21st October 2009, 18:47
As had been widely expected the 2010 Monaco Grand Prix has been moved forward a week to go back-to-back with the Spanish Grand Prix. This spares the teams the difficulty of completing the move from Monaco to Turkey in seven days. The latest version of the 2010 F1 calendar published by the FIA today shows […]