KOREA 2015

In what comes as a shock to absolutely no one, the Korean International Circuit has been ditched from the 2015 Formula One World Championship already as the FIA published a revised calendar for the upcoming season on their website.

The race appeared to be added to the schedule so each driver could use five engines in a season, as oppose to four if the original calendar was 20 races or less. But unlike an extra race engine, the Korean Grand Prix is unlikely to be missed by anyone.

Here’s the revised 2015 Formula One Calendar:

13th-15th March: Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park
27th-29th March: Malaysia Grand Prix, Sepang
10th-12th April: Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai
17th-19th April: Bahrain Grand Prix, Bahrain International Circuit
8th-10th May: Spanish Grand Prix, Catalunya
21st-24th May: Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo
5th-8th June: Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal
19th-21st June: Austrian Grand Prix, Red Bull Ring
3rd-5th July: British Grand Prix, Silverstone
17th-19th July: German Grand Prix, Nurburgring*
24th-26th July: Hungarian Grand Prix, Hungaroring
21st-23rd August: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa
4th-6th September: Italian Grand Prix, Monza
18th-20th September: Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay
25th-27th September: Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka
9th-11th October: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi
23rd-25th October: United States Grand Prix, Austin
30th October-1st November: Mexican Grand Prix, Hermanos Rodriguez
13th-15th November: Brazilian Grand Prix, Interlagos
27th-29th November: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina

* To be confirmed