Formula 1 management have announced a new calendar for next season which is set to feature a record 24 races with the return of the Chinese Grand Prix as there are numerous changes to calendar positions to reduce costs.

This year the calendar was also supposed to consist of the same number races as for 2024, but Chinese GP was canceled due to COVID-19 measures while Emilia Romagna was canceled due to flooding.

The pre-season testing will last three days, like this year, and will be held at the location of the first race of the season in Bahrain on February 21 – 23.

The first two races of the season in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia will be run on Saturdays, joining Las Vegas in running on Saturdays both this year and next, and the gap between the first two races will be a week instead of two.

Japan will be the fourth race of the season next year instead of Azerbaijan as they swapped places while Singapore and the USA in Austin are almost a month apart, the second four-week break after the usual summer break.

Qatar has been moved towards the end of the calendar and will be the penultimate race of the season in 2024, a week before the final in Abu Dhabi.

The season starts on 2 March and ends on 8 December, which is the latest end of the season since 2021 when the season ended on 12 December.


1Bahrain2 Mar
2Saudi Arabia9 Mar
3Australia24 Mar
4Japan7 Apr
5China21 Apr
6Miami5 May
7Emilia Romagna19 May
8Monaco26 May
9Canada9 Jun
10Spain23 Jun
11Austria30 Jun
12Great Britain7 Jul
13Hungary2 Jul
14Belgium28 Jul
15Netherlands25 Aug
16Italy1 Sep
17Azerbaijan15 Sep
18Singapore22 Sep
19USA20 Oct
20Mexico27 Oct
21Brazil3 Nov
22Las Vegas23 Nov
24Qatar1 Dec
24Abu Dhabi8 Dec
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