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Provisional 2018 calendar – my version

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  • #333769
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    Harvey Lorenzo
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    Hi everyone. I know the 2017 season won’t start till 26 March in Australia.

    Anyway, I was wondering what the provisional 2018 calendar could look like, and I heard Singapore won’t renew beyond 2017. Also, I heard that 2017 may likely be the last year of the Chinese Grand Prix.

    So I’ve created one that has the Chinese Grand Prix and one without (for 2018 – both). Here they are:

    With China:
    1. Australia, 25/03/18
    2. China, 08/04/18
    3. Bahrain, 15/04/18
    4. Russia, 29/04/18
    5. Spain, 13/05/18
    6. Monaco, 27/05/18
    7. Canada, 10/06/18
    8. Austria, 24/06/18
    9. Britain, 08/07/18
    10. Germany, 15/07/18
    11. Hungary, 29/07/18
    12. Belgium, 26/08/18
    13. Italy, 02/09/18
    14. Azerbaijan, 16/09/18
    15. Malaysia, 30/09/18
    16. Japan, 07/10/18
    17. United States, 21/10/18
    18. Mexico, 28/10/18
    19. Brazil, 11/11/18
    20. Abu Dhabi, 25/11/18

    Without China:
    1. Australia, 01/04/18
    2. Bahrain, 15/04/18
    3. Russia, 29/04/18
    4. Spain, 13/05/18
    5. Monaco, 27/05/18
    6. Canada, 10/06/18
    7. Austria, 24/06/18
    8. Britain, 08/07/18
    9. Germany, 15/07/18
    10. Hungary, 29/07/18
    11. Belgium, 26/08/18
    12. Italy, 02/09/18
    13. Azerbaijan, 16/09/18
    14. Malaysia, 30/09/18
    15. Japan, 07/10/18
    16. United States, 21/10/18
    17. Mexico, 28/10/18
    18. Brazil, 11/11/18
    19. Abu Dhabi, 25/11/18

    #333775
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    Robert
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    I think France is supposed to be returning to the F1 calendar in 2018, possibly replacing Germany, there will be a news conference about this on Monday in Paris. I know that Malaysia will not continue past 2018 but I haven’t heard of China and Singapore not renewing their races, I would like to know where you heard about these.

    #333815
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    Harvey Lorenzo
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    Hi Robert, I saw through online sources that Singapore won’t renew after the 2017 race.

    As for China, I saw that the contract will go up to the 2017 race – so on that one I don’t know if 2018 and beyond will be given a green light

    Also, I forgot about the French GP possibly making a return in 2018 as well

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