Formula 1 plans for 2022

La Máxima scheduled 23 competitions for next year, among which the Miami GP stands out.

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As is often the case at this time of year, the F1 He works hard to define the schedule for his next season and, as is often the case, his plans have been leaked. The main idea of ​​the World Cup organizers is to have 23 Grand Prizes, something that has also been proposed in previous years, but that they have not been able to fulfill for different reasons.

The 2022 championship would begin on March with the Bahrain GP and it would end the December 4 with the Abu Dhabi GP. The main novelty is the Miami GP, which would be carried out on May 8. Also, the date of Brazilian GP is to be confirmed as two alternatives are being considered: the November 20 or 27.

Formula 1 sprint race
Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT Images.

This draft does not list which events would use the sprint format that has been approved this year. As it turned out, it could be used in seven or eight GP's.

On the other hand, it was also known when the preseason tests will begin, which will have a lot of relevance when a new technical regulation.

The first batch of rehearsals will take place in Barcelona (Spain) from 23 to 25 for February; while the second will take place from 11 al 13 March in Bahrain, a few days before the start of the championship.

TENTATIVE CALENDAR FORMULA 1 2022

  • 20/03: Bahrain GP
  • 27/03: Saudi Arabian GP
  • 10/04: Australian GP
  • 17/04: Chinese GP
  • 08/05: Miami GP
  • 21/05: Spanish GP
  • 28/05: Monaco GP
  • 12/06: Canadian GP
  • 19/06: Azerbaijan GP
  • 03/07: British GP
  • 17/07: French GP
  • 24/07: Austrian GP
  • 31/07: Hungarian GP
  • 28/08: Belgian GP
  • 04/09: Dutch GP
  • 11/09: Italian GP
  • 25/09: Russian GP
  • 09/10: Singapore GP
  • 16/10: Japanese GP
  • 30/10: Mexican GP
  • 06/11: United States GP
  • 20/27 or 11/XNUMX: Brazilian GP
  • 04/12: Abu Dhabi GP

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