The FIA ​​approved the Formula 1 XL calendar

The 2022 tournament will be played on the record number of 23 competitions.

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As expected, the World Council of International Automobile Federation gave the OK to the tentative calendar that timely presented the F1 for the next season. In this way, the World Cup received the approval of the entity to have a championship of 23 competitions, the longest in its history.

The grueling tournament will kick off on March 20 with the Bahrain GP and will end on November 20 with the Abu Dhabi GP. Among the novelties, the debut of the Miami GP (8/5) and the definitive absence of the Chinese GP, replaced by the Emilia Romagna GP in Imola (24/4).

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Another attraction that will have next year will be the change in the schedule of the Monaco GPInstead of starting its activity on Thursday, it will do so on Friday like the rest of the competitions.

The days of tests that the teams will have to fine-tune the new 2022 cars were also ratified. The first tests will be carried out in Barcelona (Spain), from February 21 to 25; and the last session will be in Sakhir, from March 10 to 12, just a few days before the start of the contest.

2022 CALENDAR FOR FORMULA 1

  • March 20: Barhein GP
  • March 27: Saudi Arabian GP
  • April 10: Australian GP
  • April 24: Emilia Romagna GP
  • May 8: Miami GP
  • May 22: Spanish GP
  • May 29: Monaco GP
  • June 12: Azerbaijan GP
  • June 19: Canadian GP
  • July 3: British GP
  • July 10: Austrian GP
  •  July: French GP
  • July 31: Hungarian GP
  • August 28: Belgian GP
  • September 4: Dutch GP
  • September 11: Italian GP
  • September 25: Russian GP
  • October 2: Singapore GP
  • October 9: Japanese GP
  • October 23: United States GP
  • October 30: Mexican GP
  • November 13: Brazilian GP
  • November 20: Abu Dhabi GP

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