We’ve got a 22-race calendar coming up this season and it doesn’t look like many of races are going to be going anywhere anytime soon!
BAHRAIN – 2036
The Sakhir International Circuit just signed a huge multi-year extension and currently has the longest contract in F1.
SAUDI ARABIA – 2031
Their deal is due to last for “a decade, if not longer”, but the race will be moving from the Jeddah Corniche Circuit to a new track in Qiddiya for 2023.
AUSTRALIA – 2035
A new deal was announced in June, which confirmed an extra ten years on top of its current contract!
IMOLA – 2025
The Italian circuit signed a new deal to keep it on the calendar until 2025.
MIAMI – 2031
The newest addition to the calendar bagged itself a 10-year deal before their first race had been held.
SPAIN – 2026
The Barcelona venue is currently on the calendar for another few years.
MONACO – 2022
It’s understood that the principalities deal expires this season and has yet to be renewed.
AZERBAIJAN – 2024
Baku has a deal for another two years as it stands.
CANADA – 2029
GREAT BRITAIN – 2024
AUSTRIA – “MULTI-YEAR DEAL”
According to Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko, F1 has a “multi-year deal” with the Red Bull Ring, but no confirmed date.
FRANCE – 2022
The Paul Ricard Circuit has yet to sign an agreement that would see it stick around beyond this season.
HUNGARY – 2027
There’s already talks to extend their contract by five or ten years until 2037.
BELGIUM – 2022
After last year’s washout, their three-year extension expires at the end of 2022.
NETHERLANDS – 2023
The popular Zandvoort circuit has the option for a further two-year extension.
MONZA – 2025
SINGAPORE – 2028
JAPAN – 2024
USA – 2026
MEXICO – 2022
BRAZIL – 2025
ABU DHABI – 2030
CHINA – 2025
Cancelled once again this season due to Covid-19 travel restrictions.
QATAR – 2033
Not on the calendar in 2022 due to the FIFA World Cup.