Formula 1 calendar confirmed: GB Jantward again in the second half of the season | Formula 1

Following this year’s success, the John Ward Grand Prix has also been given a place in 2022 at the end of the summer. The 32nd Grand Prix of the Netherlands is scheduled for September 4, according to the official Formula 1 calendar for the coming year.




It’s really no surprise anymore, it has already leaked a lot in recent weeks. Again the Formula 1 record number is trying to reach 23 races. That is the purpose of this year, but most likely it will be 22.

Another 23 Grand Prix is ​​now planned between March and November 2022, starting in Bahrain and ending in Abu Dhabi in the modern tradition. Matches are rescheduled for Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan. Last year and this year, they were canceled due to epidemics and severe local restrictions. China, Shanghai precisely, is still missing from the agenda. In its place, two more races are planned in Italy: the Monza and the Imola. New is Miami, next to Austin in the second race in the United States.

More sprint races

Race weekend count with a sprint race on Saturday, which is considered to qualify for the main race on Sunday. One-third of the Grand Prix should have such a shape, but that will be known later. There are three sprint races this year, the last of which will be in Brazil next month.

Some drivers and team bosses have previously noted that 23 races (in just 35 weeks) is a very good thing. But last week in Turkey it became clear that the FIA ​​was able to explain the reasons behind that packed calendar. In one year the game world wants to make amends for Formula 1, which is often expected to return to the old days and organize multiple races. During the season teams have the opportunity to change their staff, and the night watch is in place – and to protect the health of the mechanics. They have approved this racing agenda.

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Full calendar for 2022:
March 20 – Bahrain
March 27 – Saudi Arabia
April 10 – Australia
• April 24 – Emilia-Romagna (Imola)
8m-Miami
May 22 – Spain
29 May-Monaco
June 12 – Azerbaijan
June 19 – Canada
July 3 – Great Britain
July 10 – Austria
July 24 – France
July 31 – Hungary
August 28 – Belgium
September 4 – Netherlands
September 11 – Italy (Monza)
September 25 – Russia
October 2 – Singapore
October 9 – Japan
October 23 – United States (Austin)
October 30 – Mexico
November 13 – Brazil
November 20 – Abu Dhabi

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