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WMSC issues 2016 calendar

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30/09/2015

The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has tonight confirmed the 2016 F1 calendar.

Date Race Circuit
20-Mar Australia Melbourne
03-Apr Bahrain Sakhir
17-Apr China Shanghai International Circuit
01-May Russia Sochi
15-May Spain Barcelona
29-May Monaco Monaco
12-Jun Canada Montreal
19-Jun Europe Azerbaijan*
03-Jul Austria Red Bull Ring
10-Jul Britain Silverstone
24-Jul Hungary Hungaroring
31-Jul Germany Hockenheim
28-Aug Belgium Spa Francorchamps
04-Sep Italy Monza
18-Sep Singapore Marina Bay
02-Oct Malaysia Sepang
09-Oct Japan Suzuka
23-Oct United States Austin
06-Nov Mexico Mexico City
13-Nov Brazil Interlagos
27-Nov Abu Dhabi Yas Marina

* Race start to be scheduled to avoid conflict with the conclusion of the 24 Hours of Le Mans

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1. Posted by Nortim, 30/09/2015 20:22

"* Race start to be scheduled to avoid conflict with the conclusion of the 24 Hours of Le Mans

It's more likely to allow enough time for teams to fly in from other side of the world. Do they know that Montreal and Baku are too far away for one week difference? They could have made Spain and Monaco 1 week difference and then move Canada a week before to have to have 2 week time before EU GP in Baku"

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