F1 Fanatic Calendar

Start, Interlagos, 2014Keep up-to-date with future F1 races, test sessions and other events using the F1 Fanatic calendar for Google Calendars.

You can also add the calendar to your own website (click the Google button on the calendar for more) and you can use it in Microsoft Outlook as well.

Get the F1 Fanatic Calendar in your preferred format:

Get calendars for other racing series:

201 comments on F1 Fanatic Calendar

  1. Does anyone know if you can echo a Google Calander onto an iPhone?

  2. That’s a great idea there Keith. Brilliant stuff.

  3. Allan said on 10th January 2010, 5:49

    Have the dates/times of the actual races and practise sessions etc. been removed?

  4. Great work – I didn’t even know you can implement google calendar on website.

  5. Thanks Keith – this is excellent!

    I use google calendar for everything so this fits into my life perfectly!

  6. Shelley said on 13th January 2010, 9:08

    It’s great, thanks Keith !

  7. This is perfect, thank you!

  8. Great work Keith!
    Anyone knows if it is possible to watch the F1 Testing @ Barcelona? I want to go there (it’s cheap by plane from Rome), but I want to be sure I can watch F1!

  9. mitchibob said on 13th January 2010, 12:05

    Excellent work! Cheers!

  10. Haggis said on 13th January 2010, 18:43


    I assume you’re wanting to the F1 calendar to show on your iphone calendar app? If so, instructions here:


    and here:

    (Assumes you have a google account)

  11. To add this calendar to iCal (and thus through sync, to iPhone) if on a mac, you’ll need to add it to your (own) Google calendar, on your (own) Google account. (In other words, if you have a google email, then you have a Google account.)
    Once added to your own personal account, you can export it to iCal through the little “down arrow” button, next to the “other calendars” icon, on the left hand side of the Google page. Click on calendar settings tab, and then the green ICAL tab. Click on the pop-up link, F1Fanatic .ics file will download and add itself automatically to iCal.
    Hope this helps, and hope you all understand, as it took me a while to work out how to add the F1F calendar to (my) Google account. Adding to iCal was easy once I’d figured out how to add it to my Google account.

  12. any idea how to export this to an Outlook useable format?

  13. Vicko said on 14th January 2010, 17:00

    Thank you.

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