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Revised 2017 Formula 1 Calendar Released

The 2017 Formula 1 calendar was released after the World Motor Sport Council meeting in Vienna Austria on Wednesday 30 November 2016.

The season kicks of in Melbourne, Australia on 26 March 2017 and end in Abu Dhabi on 26 November 2017. There are a total of 5 back-to-back races with the customary 4-week summer break during August.

The revised calendar moves the European Grand Prix back a week to 25 June. This latest move avoids the clash with the 24 Hrs of Le Mans.

Other notable items on the revised calendar is that the German Grand Prix has been dropped and the Brazilian Grand Prix is listed at TBC.

The Singapore Grand Prix has swapped back with the Malaysian Grand Prix.

March 26 Australia, Melbourne
April 9 China, Shanghai
April 16 Bahrain, Sakhir
April 30 Russia, Sochi
May 14 Spain, Barcelona
May 28 Monaco, Monte Carlo
June 11 Canada, Montreal
June 25 Azerbaijan, Baku
July 9 Austria, Red Bull ring
July 16 UK, Silverstone
July 30 Hungary, Hungaroring
August 27 Belgium, Spa
September 3 Italy, Monza
September 17 Singapore, Marina Bay
October 1 Malaysia, Sepang
October 8 Japan, Suzuka
October 22 USA, Austin
October 29 Mexico, Mexico City
November 12 Brazil, Interlagos (TBC)
November 26 Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina

About Ritesh K Bhana

Ritesh likes to think he is a true Tifosi, but he still remains fair to other teams. He supports two other teams which are not Red Bull and McLaren. Follow Ritesh on twitter @Humanshield_1

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2017 Russian GP Broadcast Times

CDTBSTGMT+2Local
Free Practice 1Friday 04:00Friday 10:00Friday 11:00Friday 10:00
Free Practice 2Friday 08:00Friday 14:00Friday 15:00Friday 14:00
Free Practice 3Saturday 05:00Saturday 11:00Saturday 12:00Saturday 11:00
QualifyingSaturday 08:00Saturday 14:00Saturday 15:00Saturday 14:00
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2017 Drivers Championship

Pos.DriverPoints
1 Sebastian Vettel68
2 Lewis Hamilton61
3 Valtteri Bottas38
4 Kimi Raikkonen34
5 Max Verstappen25
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