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FIA Confirms 21-Race Calendar for 2017

The FIA approved a 21-race calendar for the 2017 season at the World Motorsport Council (WMSC) meeting which took place on Wednesday 28 Septermber 2016.

The season will get under way on 26 March 2017 and it will end 8-months later on 26 Novemeber 2017.

Most of the races have kept their sports apart from Malaysia and Singapore which have swapped places and 2017 will once again see a clash between the Le Mans 24 Hour and the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku.

Canada, Germany and Brazil are races, according to the calendar, subject to confirmation.

Round Date City Country
1 26 March Melbourne Australia
2 9 April Shanghai China
3 16 April Bahrain Bahrain
4 30 April Sochi Russia
5 14 May Barcelona Spain
6 28 May Monte Carlo Monaco
7 11 June Montreal Canada*
8 18 June Baku Azerbaijan
9 2 July Spielberg Austria
10 9 July Silverstone United Kingdom
11 23 July Budapest Hungary
12 30 July Hockenheim Germany*
13 27 August Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
14 3 September Monza Italy
15 17 September Sepang Malaysia
16 1 October Singapore Singapore
17 8 October Suzuka Japan
18 22 October Austin USA
19 5 November Mexico City Mexico
20 12 November Sao Paulo Brazil*
21 26 November Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

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