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F1 calendar 2022 with record number of races proposed

The start of an F1 race © Daimler Media

Formula 1 has today presented the calendar for the F1 season 2022. In addition, a record number of no less than 23 races, including the new race in Miami.

The 2022 F1 calendar will return some races that were canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, such as Australia, Canada and Japan. Singapore will also return, after a vote on whether or not a race will take place in Singapore or Turkey. In the end, Singapore got the most votes.

However, unlike in previous years, Australia will not be the opening race of the season, which honors as this year will go to Bahrain. For logistical reasons, this is a better choice.

After all, there will first be a five-day F1 test in Barcelona (21 to 25 February) prior to the season. A second F1 test will then take place in Bahrain from March 10-12.

This means that the teams have almost three times as many test days as this season. No superfluous luxury, knowing that due to a new technical regulation, completely new F1 cars will be driven next year.

Just like this year, the GP of Belgium is scheduled for the end of August, making it the first race of a so-called triple header. After all, three races take place in three weeks, together with the Netherlands and Italy.

F1 calendar 2022:March 20 Bahrain GPMarch 27 Saudi Arabia GPApril 10 Australian GP24 april GP van Emilia-Romagna (Imola)May 08 Miami GPMay 22 GP of SpainMay 29 Monaco GPJune 12 Azerbaijan GPJune 19 Canadian GP03 July Great Britain GPJuly 10 Austrian GPJuly 24 French GPJuly 31 Hungarian GPAugust 28 GP of BelgiumSeptember 04 Dutch GPSeptember 11 Italian GPSeptember 25 Russian GPOctober 02 GP of SingaporeOctober 09 Japan GPOctober 23 United States GPOctober 30 Mexican GPNovember 20 Brazil GP04 December GP van Abu Dhabi

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(F1journaal.be)

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