2019 Calendars: Formula 1

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*Correct at 25 November 2018*

2018 Formula 1 World Championship

Date Event Circuit Location Country
17 Mar Australian Grand Prix Albert Park Melbourne Australia
31 Mar Bahrain Grand Prix Bahrain International Circuit Sakhir Bahrain
14 Apr Chinese Grand Prix Shanghai International Circuit Shanghai China
28 Apr Azerbaijan Grand Prix Baku Baku Azerbaijan
12 May Gran Premio de Espana Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Barcelona Spain
26 May Grand Prix de Monaco Monaco Monaco Monaco
9 Jun Grand Prix du Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve Montreal Canada
23 Jun Grand Prix de France Circuit Paul Ricard Le Castellet France
30 Jun Grosser Preis von Osterreich Red Bull Ring Spielberg Austria
14 Jul British Grand Prix Silverstone Towcester United Kingdom
28 Jul Grosser Preis von Deutschland Hockenheimring Hockenheim Germany
4 Aug Magyar Nagydij
(Hungarian GP)
Hungaroring Budapest Hungary
1 Sep Belgian Grand Prix Spa-Francorchamps Francorchamps Belgium
8 Sep Gran Premio d’Italia Autodromo Monza Milan Italy
22 Sep Singapore Grand Prix Singapore Singapore Singapore
29 Sep Russian Grand Prix Sochi Autodrom Sochi Russia
13 Oct Japanese Grand Prix Suzuka Circuit Suzuka Japan
27 Oct Gran Premio de Mexico Autodromo Hermanos Rodrigues Mexico City Mexico
3 Nov United States Grand Prix Circuit of the Americas Austin United States
17 Nov Grande Premio do Brasil Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace Sao Paulo Brazil
1 Dec Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Yas Marina Circuit Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates

What’s Changed?

There are no new or returning events and none drop off the calendar, so the same line-up of 21 events as in 2018.

The opening rounds in Australia and Bahrain move a week earlier, China stays in the same place so that removes a back-to-back.

This creates a fortnightly, ‘week on, week off’ format all the way until June’s back-to-backs, France and Austria.

Britain has been moved away from France and Austria so we don’t repeat the 3-in-a-row of 2018. This in turn shunts the Germany and Hungary back-to-backs a week later.

To keep the summer break at 3 clear off-weekends Belgium and Italy back-to-backs also move a week later. For British fans this means Spa is no longer on the August Bank Holiday weekend, a good thing as anyone who has ever tried to get the EuroTunnel that Holiday Monday, with Grand Prix traffic mixed in, will tell you!

The bad news for Brits is the WEC Silverstone round is the same weekend as F1 Spa, so we’ll have to make a decision which to attend.

There’s also a little bit of shuffling with Singapore and Japan. The back-to-back is now Singapore to Russia, rather than Russia to Japan. Perhaps this time people will work to Sochi’s hours while in Singapore instead of the ridiculous European time? (Honestly, there’s nothing stopping them treating it as if it starts at 5pm ‘body clock time’).

Mexico and USA switch places, Mexico now goes first. This is the only switch of events in the whole calendar.

The knock-on effect of the later summer break means the last race of the year in Abu Dhabi is scheduled for December 1st, the first time Formula 1 has raced in December since 1963.


2 thoughts on “2019 Calendars: Formula 1”

  1. Can you add p1 p2 p3 for f1 ? And make the Timezone adjustable ?

    This would be amazing if this could happen !


  2. Hi Liam.

    Sorry, no.

    This is a multi-championship calendar designed so that you add the championships you want. I have about 45 available at the moment (though not all are finished for 2019 right now). Once you reach 10 or more active championships, once you include practices, there are so many dates it becomes very difficult to use.

    Events are set as all-day events, in part because they appear in all-colour bold so they are distinctive, in part because as I have already explained elsewhere on this site, I’m not going to go through 45 championships to look for start times of races and practice sessions, most of which are announced MUCH later than the race dates. Also when a race time gets moved without me noticing, I get blamed for it. I did everything you ask for in my first year doing this, so I speak from experience.

    Of course if I only covered F1 I would do this. If you are looking for F1-focussed calendars with more detail, there are others available.


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