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Future Formula 1 Calendar

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  • #127799
    Avatar of newnhamlea1
    newnhamlea1
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    Post what you think the calendar will look like in the future, heres mine;

    March:

    Indian Grand Prix

    Malaysian Grand Prix

    Australian Grand Prix

    April:

    Chinese Grand Prix

    Spanish Grand Prix

    May:

    Monaco Grand Prix

    Italian Grand Prix

    European Grand Prix

    June:

    British Grand Prix

    German Grand Prix

    July:

    Hungarian Grand Prix

    Belgian Grand Prix

    Turkish Grand Prix

    August:

    Bahrain Grand Prix

    Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

    Singapore Grand Prix

    September:

    Korean Grand Prix

    Japanese Grand Prix

    Canadian Grand Prix

    November:

    United States Grand Prix

    Brazilian Grand Prix

    Bearing in mind this is based on climate and some events not wanting to be near each other, but also the fact it is impractical to have 6 or 7 races in a row without returning to europe for a few weeks.

    #142051
    Avatar of Ratboy
    Ratboy
    Keymaster

    Knowing what the FIA is like the calender will most likely be this:

    Australian GP

    Bahrain GP

    Spain GP

    China GP

    Turkey GP

    Korean GP

    Monaco GP

    Abu Dhabi GP

    Britain GP

    USA GP

    German GP

    Japanese GP

    Canadian GP

    Singapore GP

    Italian GP

    Brazilan GP

    Belgian GP

    Malaysian GP

    Hungarian GP

    Indian GP

    European GP

    * I dont actually think it will be like this, it’ll be most likely the same as this year with a canadian/USA back to back race and the Indian round linked to which other race is nearest

    #142052
    Avatar of newnhamlea1
    newnhamlea1
    Member

    the things boredom will do to me, i spent like 30 minutes thinking through that calendar, but nobody from the fia or fom will actually read it. lol.

    #142053
    Avatar of SoLiDG
    SoLiDG
    Participant

    Maybe it would be smart to look at the best ways to put some races togheter for cost measures. Putting close tracks in 1week in between and then 2weeks off. Like they used to do with the french en british gp.. Could save many millions imo

    #142054
    Avatar of Ciaran
    Ciaran
    Participant

    This is what I think the 2012 calendar should look like looking at the 2012 calendar on wikipedia.

    Bahrain 11 March

    Australia 25 March

    Malaysia 1 April

    S.Korea 15 April

    Spain 6 May

    Monaco 20 May

    Rome 3 June

    Canada 17 June

    USA 24 June

    Europe 8 July

    Britian 15 July

    Germany 29 July

    Hungary 5 August

    Turkey 19 August

    Belgium 2 September

    Italy 9 September

    Singapore 23 September

    China 30 September

    Japan 14 October

    India 21 October

    Brazil 4 November

    Abu Dhabi 11 November

    I don’t see france coming back before 2013 but if it does than 21 december 2012 is the perfect date.

    #142055
    Avatar of Prisoner Monkeys
    Prisoner Monkeys
    Participant

    This would be my ideal calendar:

    LEG I – PACIFIC RIM

    Australian Grand Prix (Albert Park)

    Malaysian Grand Prix (Sepang)

    Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)

    South Korean Grand Prix (Jeonam)

    Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)

    Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)

    LEG II – EUROPE ‘A’

    British Grand Prix (Silverstone)

    French Grand Prix (Paul Ricard)

    Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)

    German Grand Prix (Nurburgring)

    Austrian Grand Prix (Red Bull Ring [formerly A1 Ring])

    Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring)

    Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)

    LEG III – MIDDLE EAST/INDIAN SUBCONTINENT

    Turkish Grand Prix (Istanbul)

    Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)

    Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)

    Egyptian Grand Prix (Cairo)

    Indian Grand Prix (Greater Noida)

    LEG IV – EUROPE ‘B’

    Rome Grand Prix (Rome)

    Italian Grand Prix (Monza)

    Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo)

    Spanish Grand Prix (Aragon)

    Portuguese Grand Prix (Portimao)

    European Grand Prix (knockout format) (Mallorca)

    LEG V – THE AMERICAS

    Canadian Grand Prix (Gilles Villeneuve)

    United States Grand Prix (Austin)

    Mexican Grand Prix (Cancun)

    Venezuelan Grand Prix (Isla Margarita)

    Argentine Grand Prix (Potrero de los Funes)

    Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)

    Of course this is a calendar with thirty races on it … the current twenty, plus the announced races in Rome and Austin, Russia because Bernie wants it, Venezuela because Hugo Chavez has shown interest in it, Argentina because the fans want it (but fans have proven to be very stupid), France and Austria because we need to go back, Mallorca because I’d like to see a Race of Champions-style knockout race, Egypt because I think Formula 1 needs to visit Africa as much as it needs Russia, an Mexico to make it a round thirty.

    #142056
    Avatar of wasiF1
    wasiF1
    Participant

    With all the race of 2010 take out the European GP in Valencia & add the Indian GP with the French GP so that we have 20 races in 2011.

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