Provisional Formula 1-calendar for 2017

Published on 29 September 2016 by Mike Motilall

Just like this season, there will also be 21 Grands Prix on the calendar in 2017. Despite the fact that the same venues will be visited, there have been some shifts.

After the regular season’s opener in the Australian Melbourne, China and Bahrain follow, both have been switched. The German Grand Prix will probably be driven at Hockenheim, but that still needs to be confirmed. After the European races, Malaysia and Singapore follow, they have also swapped places. Finally, Abu Dhabi will take center stage again for the season’s final race.

The provisional Formula 1-calendar for 2017:

26 March – Australia, Melbourne
9 April – China, Shanghai
16 April – Bahrain, Bahrain
30 April – Russia, Sochi
14 May – Spain, Barcelona
28 May – Monaco, Monte Carlo
11 June - Canada, Montreal*
18 June – Azerbaijan, Baku
2 July – Austria, Spielberg
9 July – Great-Britain, Silverstone
23 July – Hungary, Budapest
30 July – Germany, Hockenheim*
27 August – Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps
3 September – Italy, Monza
17 September – Malaysia, Sepang
1 October – Singapore, Singapore
8 October – Japan, Suzuka
22 October – USA, Austin
5 November – Mexico, Mexico City
12 November – Brazil, Sao Paulo*
26 November – United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi

* = unconfirmed