2007 calender released

Posted: August 31, 2006 by Neeraj in FIA, Formula-One, RaceTracks

FIA has released the F1 calender for 2007 season. In short:

  • Just 17 race weekends next season, with Spa-Francorchamps making a comeback.
  • San Marino & European Grand Prix have been dropped.
  • European GP, going forward, is expected to be alternated between Hockenheim & Nurburgring.
  • Australian GP once again will be the season opener.
  • Good Bye Suzuka and Hello Fiji, the new racetrack for Japanese GP.

The complete calender is as follows:

  • Australia, March 18
  • Malaysia, April 08
  • Bahrain, April 15
  • Spain, May 13
  • Monaco, May 27
  • Canada, June 10
  • United States, June 17
  • France, July 01
  • United Kingdom, July 08
  • Germany, July 22
  • Hungary, August 05
  • Turkey, August 26
  • Italy, September 09
  • Belgium, September 16
  • China, September 30
  • Japan, October 07
  • Brazil, October 21

UPDATE
We have created a new page for the calender: 2007 Race Calender

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