The 2016 Formula One Calendar Has Changed Again – WTF1

The 2016 Formula One Calendar Has Changed Again

Because Formula One can’t just release an official calendar and be done with it, the 2016 F1 calendar has changed again, with news of the season starting in April proving to be complete and utter bollocks.

The new calendar instead starts with Australia as the season opener in it’s usual March date with the season ending once again at the end of November in Abu Dhabi.

Other things worth noting is Malaysia moving to late on in the season, Russia starting much, much earlier and the return of the German Grand Prix, set to be at Hockenheim.

2016 F1 Calendar:

March 20 – Australia
April 3 – Bahrain
April 17 – China
May 1 – Russia
May 15 – Spain
May 29 – Monaco
June 12 – Canada
June 19 – Europe (Azerbaijan)
July 3 – Austria
July 10 – Britain
July 24 – Hungary
July 31 – Germany
August 28 – Belgium
September 4 – Italy
September 18 – Singapore
October 2 – Malaysia
October 9 – Japan
October 23 – USA
November 6 – Mexico
November 13 – Brazil
November 27 – Abu Dhabi

Fans of endurance racing will also notice that the European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan (I know, I know) is on the same weekend as the 24 Hours of Le Mans. So don’t expect any F1 stars giving Le Mans a crack in 2016, like Nico Hulkenberg did this year.


Saying that it’ll probably change again in a month or two anyway.

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