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Formula 2, Formula 3 calendars confirmed by the FIA

  • Published on 06 Dec 2018 12:09
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

The FIA has confirmed the calendars for the 2019 seasons of the FIA Formula 2 championship and the new FIA Formula 3 series, which will support Formula 1 on certain weekends.

The F2 calendar from 2018 remains unchanged, with the series once again kicking off at the Bahrain International Circuit, which co-exists alongside the second round of the F1 championship. It features 12 rounds, including Monaco, Great Britain and Belgium.

As it has done since 2013, Abu Dhabi will once again host the finale for the championship, with a two-month gap featuring between the penultimate event in Russia and final round at the Yas Marina Circuit.

The Formula 3 championship, which replaces the GP3 Series, will kick off in Barcelona in May. The calendar once again features nine rounds, however the finale will take place in Russia, while Abu Dhabi has been crossed off. Monaco has been added to the calendar.

FIA FORMULA 2 CALENDAR

1. Bahrain - March 29th - 31st
2. Azerbaijan - April 26th - 28th
3. Spain - May 10th - 12th
4. Monaco - May 23rd - 25th
5. France - June 21st - 23rd
6. Austria - June 28th - 30th
7. Great Britain - July 12th - 14th
8. Hungary - August 2nd - 4th
9. Belgium - August 30th - September 1st
10. Italy - September 6th - 8th
11. Russia - September 27th - 29th
12. Abu Dhabi - November 29th - December 1st

FIA FORMULA 3 CALENDAR

1. Spain - May 10th - 12th
2. Monaco - May 23rd - 25th
3. France - June 21st - 23rd
4. Austria - June 28th - 30th
5. Great Britain - July 12th - 14th
6. Hungary - August 2nd - 4th
7. Belgium - August 30th - September 1st
8. Italy - September 6th - 8th
9. Russia - September 27th - 29th

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Date
Grand Prix
Circuit
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Bahrain
26 - Mar 28
Bahrain
16 - Apr 18
Italy
7 - May 9
Spain
20 - May 23
Monaco
4 - Jun 6
Azerbaijan
18 - Jun 20
France
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Austria
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Austria
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United Kingdom
30 - Aug 1
Hungary
27 - Aug 29
Belgium
3 - Sep 5
Netherlands
10 - Sep 12
Italy
24 - Sep 26
Russian
1 - Oct 3
Singapore
8 - Oct 10
Japan
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United States of America
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Mexico
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Brazil
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Australia
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Saudi Arabia
10 - Dec 12
United Arab Emirates
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Formula 1 Calendar - 2021

Date
Grand Prix & Circuit
26 - Mar 28
16 - Apr 18
7 - May 9
20 - May 23
Monaco Monte Carlo
4 - Jun 6
Azerbaijan Baku City Circuit
18 - Jun 20
France Paul Ricard
25 - Jun 27
Austria Red Bull Ring
2 - Jul 4
Austria Red Bull Ring
16 - Jul 18
United Kingdom Silverstone
30 - Aug 1
Hungary Hungaroring
27 - Aug 29
3 - Sep 5
Netherlands Circuit Zandvoort
10 - Sep 12
Italy Monza
24 - Sep 26
Russian Sochi Autodrom
1 - Oct 3
8 - Oct 10
22 - Oct 24
United States of America Circuit of the Americas
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Brazil Interlagos
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Australia Albert Park
3 - Dec 5
Saudi Arabia Jeddah Street Circuit
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United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit
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