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F1 Fanatic Calendar

The 2016 F1 race dates have been added to the F1 Fanatic Calendar. Add it to your mobile device to see all the grands prix at a glance.

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.

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209 comments on “F1 Fanatic Calendar”

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  1. Never realised this was available. Google Calender is great as it shows up on my Android phone and I now know when all the F1 events are when I’m not near my PC. Thanks Keith.

  2. James Scantlebury
    23rd January 2012, 23:22

    Are you sure that second practice for the Australian Grand Prix takes place at “Sepang International Circuit”?


  3. how do i add this to my gmail calendar?

  4. Hi, I noticed there are some inconsistencies with the Australian GP, specifically the location of FP1 is unknown and the location of Q is different from that of other sessions. Is it possible to fix it?

    1. Looks fine to me – have you still got this problem?

      1. I can confirm these two issues.

        For qualifying I see
        “2012 Australian Grand Prix qualifying
        Sat, March 17, 08:00 – 09:00
        Where Sepang International Circuit”

        For the first practice I see
        “2012 Australian Grand Prix first practice
        Fri, March 16, 03:30 – 05:00”, no circuit.

        1. Inconsistencies are still present 28/2

  5. @Keith – Are all lanuch times for the teams in GMT?

  6. Thank you so much. Fantastic detail, just what I need for the 2012 season!!!

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  8. Dimitris Athanasiou
    22nd February 2012, 11:56

    how can I add it to my google calendar?

  9. hi
    you add it to google calendar by clicking Other Calendars -> “Add a friends calendar”
    then paste this

    keith I think you have a few sessions in at the wrong times.
    I was comparing them to the times on

    (all times are CET, I’m in barcelona!)

    Qualifying 08:00 F1Fanatic: 08:00
    Race 09:00 F1Fanatic: 10:00

    Qualifying 13:00 F1Fanatic: 13:00
    Race 14:00 F1Fanatic: 13:00

    Qualifying 14:00 F1Fanatic: 14:00
    Race 14:00 F1Fanatic: 15:00


    1. Love the calendar, had it on my google calendar for a month or two now, but just recently I’ve got a bunch of repeat entries in the calendar, even when I re-add the calendar. The repeats have little arrows next to them with “not yet responded” when I hover over the arrow. Any ideas what this is as it’s polluting my calendar horribly. Cheers

      1. Someone reported this the other day. I haven’t been able to replicate it at all, but they told me it went away again after 24 hours. So I’m at a bit of a loss – perhaps it’s an error at Google’s end?

        1. Thanks, I have a colleague who also uses the calendar and he doesn’t have the odd replication issue. I’ll have a google around, cheers.

      2. I’m also seeing duplicates today.

    2. Hey Keith
      Still seeing this error with the race times between your calendar and
      Australia and Malaysia are correct but the ones after them are out by an hour.
      I wonder does this have something to do with daylight savings time – One thing for sure is that the Spanish GP is on at 14:00 not 15:00 as you have it….

      (all my times are CET)

      China Race 09:00 F1Fanatic: 10:00

      Bahrain Race 14:00 F1Fanatic: 13:00

      Malaysia Race 14:00 F1Fanatic: 15:00

  10. thank you for the calendar like – love that i can keep so up to date!

  11. Thank you very much!

  12. I’m not seeing a qualy session for China. But other than that awesome calendar.

  13. Brilliant, just what i needed and integrated perfectly with my own Google calendar. Hopefully by the end of the season there will be a big space for adding “Vodafone Mclaren Mercedes” World Champions :-)

  14. For some reason Google displayed an old version of this calendar for me, which has the Chinese race starting at 09:00 instead of 08:00. I know it’s not a daylight savings issue because the qualifying time was correct. Incredibly annoying, as I set my alarm for 08:50 only to find out I’d already missed nearly an hour of it :( Now I’m going to have to avoid seeing the results until it’s available on the iPlayer later.

    Deleting and re-adding the calendar seems to have fixed it. I just hope it doesn’t happen again!

    1. I’m so sorry to hear that. I don’t know what could have happened there. I check the calendar on several devices and all are showing the correct time. I will have a look into it.

  15. Keith, is the Bahrain race starts at 12pm or 1pm? I saw in autosport that the Bahrain race starts 1 hour later (at the next day of course) compared to qualifying. I’m counting on F1 Fanatic Calendar (integrated into my Google Calendar of course) for all my F1 scheduling needs.

    1. Mark (@canadianf1fan)
      22nd April 2012, 13:21

      The Bahrain race time is wrong. I’ve deleted and re-added it, without success. Caught me out this morning.

  16. Svyatoslav
    3rd May 2012, 14:00

    For some reason Google Calendar is displaying schedule an hour later than it’s actually is.
    For example, Spain’s race starts 13:00 GMT+0, but in calendar it is 14:00 GMT+0

    1. I think that’s because of the calendar’s default timezone being without DST – “(GMT+00:00) GMT (no daylight saving)”.

      1. i think @thecorium is right

        Could you please change the default timezone of your Google calendar to “UK GMT+00:00, London” so Google will convert the times correctly for people living in other timezones. ATM Google adds an extra hour when your living in a timezone with daylight saving.

        1. @keithcollantine indeed there seems to be a problem with the timings.
          It’s an hour late probably because as mentioned above because of the daylight saving.
          Other than that love the calandre, been using it for a long time!


  17. I found this calendar from the article

    my question is, where is the direct link to the google-calendar? I just cannot see one from the home-page.

    1. You can click on the button(+GoogleCalendar) in the bottom right corner of the embedded calendar.

  18. Hi,

    could you sort the times for the British GP, all are wrong except FP1, thanks.

  19. the time is not ok on the calendar, it has an 1h offset.
    please solve it, otherwise is misguiding and almost useles, I lost a race start because I was using it

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