The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) along with Formula 1 management have unveiled the race schedule for the 2025 season. This upcoming season is particularly significant as it commemorates the 75th anniversary of the FIA Formula One World Championship. The extensive lineup consists of 24 races, beginning in Australia on March 16 and wrapping up in Abu Dhabi on December 7. Notably, as Ramadan will occur throughout March in 2025, the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix have been rescheduled to April.

Reflecting improvements made in 2024 for a more efficient geographical sequence of events, these changes persist into 2025. Post the Asian leg in Australia and China, followed by Japan in April, the championship will traverse through Europe during the summer months. The circuit will then move to the Americas in the fall and conclude with back-to-back races in Qatar and Abu Dhabi.

Mohammed Ben Sulayem, President of the FIA, emphasized the strategic planning behind the 2025 F1 calendar, approved by the World Motor Sport Council:

"This year's FIA Formula One World Championship calendar is a testament to our ongoing commitment to sustainability by optimizing the regional distribution of races. While our focus remains on stabilizing Formula 1, we also uphold our responsibilities towards environmental conservation and the well-being of our teams and staff who travel globally.

Under the leadership of Stefano Domenicali at Formula One Management, we have crafted a schedule that balances heritage-rich tracks with contemporary venues. We extend our deepest gratitude to the hosting national sports authorities, the local organizers, and the numerous FIA volunteers whose relentless dedication ensures Formula 1 remains a premiere event for a worldwide audience, as we gear up to celebrate this milestone 75th season."

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, shared his enthusiasm for the upcoming season:

"As we approach the 75th Anniversary of the FIA Formula One World Championship in 2025, it's a moment to celebrate the legacy and expertise that enable us to present such a robust calendar. This season will take us through 24 spectacular locations worldwide, continuing to deliver exceptional racing, hospitality, and entertainment enjoyed by millions of spectators globally.

We are thankful for the support from the FIA, our promoters, and the host city partners, as well as all the associated national sports authorities for their collaboration in bringing this calendar to fruition. I would also like to acknowledge the unwavering support from our F1 teams, drivers—the stalwarts of our sport—and our devoted fans who passionately support Formula 1."

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7 F1 Fan comments on “F1 Race Schedule for Next 2025 Season Already Released

  1. Jere Jyrälä

    A very early unveiling after only four GPs since June-July is generally the period when race calendars get released at the very earliest.
    Surprisingly, FOM & FIA once again didn't bother using any viable opportunities to avoid triple-headers altogether, especially in the early-season phase, by simply having the Australian & Japanese GPs both a week earlier (unless the Tokyo EPrix will again occur on the last March Sunday), or even two weeks earlier for Melbourne, followed by Shanghai-Suzuka on 16/23.3, & thus the following also earlier, which would simultaneously avoid the Imola-Monaco-Montmelo triple to at least minimize their total amount rather than keeping it at 3, despite not having the COTA-AHR-Interlagos triple anymore or the unnecessarily lengthy intervals towards the end, albeit no traditional summer break length next year, but one fewer non-race weekend & the same with Silverstone-Spa interval (I also note Spa & Hungaroring have swapped order).
    Finally, Bahrain & Saudi Arabian GPs could be the first two rounds if they took place earlier than 28.2 (the day when Ramadan officially or actually starts with the ending on 29.3), as nothing prevents racing in February, so just because F1 races haven't been held in February for a long time doesn't mean this couldn't be done again, just like with December pre-2019/20, not that doing so would be necessary to avoid triple-headers anyway.

  2. smokey

    I hope the quote "a priority for enhancing the quality of the events" doesn't mean more glitzy trash events like Las Vegas, where the would be if they could be's get a free ride at the expense of motor racing!
    Also "managing the environmental footprint of the sport" is nothing more than a bunch of meaningless words! The circus still is backtracking all over the globe! A good example being Spain > Canada > Austria. I admit this schedule is an improvement, but could be better and more efficient.


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