A1GP calendar expands

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

A1 Grand Prix, Brands Hatch, 2005The A1 Grand Prix series have releasesd the provisional schedule for its second season which will run over the winter of 2006-07. As expected the British round of the series at Brands Hatch (pictured) has moved from the opener to the finale.

13 events are scheduled – one more than was planned for the first season although one of these (Curitiba, Brazil) was cancelled, another (Sentul, Indonesia) postponed and a third (Laguna Seca, United States) narrowly avoided being cancelled.

Interestingly China is currently slated to hold two rounds of the series. The calendar sees a lot of change from the 2005-06 schedule – only Brands Hatch, Sepang, Shanghai and Durban are expected to be re-visited by A1.

Round Country Venue Date
1 Netherlands Circuit Park Zandvoort 1st October 2006
2 Czech Republic Auto Motodrom Brno 8th October 2006
3 China Beijing 5th November 2006
4 Malaysia Sepang International Circuit 26th November 2006
5 United Arab Emirate Dubai Autodrome 16th December 2006
6 New Zealand Taupo 21st January 2007 (TBC)
7 Australia Sydney 4th February 2007
8 South Africa Durban Street Circuit 25th February 2007
9 South or North America TBA 11th or 18th March 2007
10 Mexico TBA 25th March 2007
11 Indonesia TBA 8th April 2007 (TBC)
12 China Shanghai International Circuit 15th April 2007
13 Great Britain Brands Hatch 29th April 2007

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  • One comment on “A1GP calendar expands”

    1. Nice to see that you are gainfully empoyed.

      nice scoop with mansell. Are you going to put that on your blog as well?

      How’s your photogrpaher’s assistant shaping up?



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