FIA Formula One World Championship

The 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar has been approved as follows:

DateGrand PrixVenue
20 MarchBahrainSakhir
27 MarchSaudi ArabiaJeddah
10 AprilAustraliaMelbourne
24 AprilEmilia RomagnaImola*
8 MayMiamiMiami**
22 MaySpainBarcelona*
29 MayMonacoMonte Carlo
12 JuneAzerbaijanBaku
19 JuneCanadaMontreal
3 JulyUnited KingdomSilverstone
10 JulyAustriaSpielberg
24 JulyFranceLe Castellet
31 JulyHungaryBudapest
28 AugustBelgiumSpa-Franchorchamps
4 SeptemberDutchZandvoort
11 SeptemberItalyMonza
25 SeptemberRussiaSochi
2 OctoberSingaporeSingapore*
9 OctoberJapanSuzuka
23 OctoberUSAAustin*
30 OctoberMexicoMexico City
13 NovemberBrazilSao Paulo
20 NovemberAbu DhabiYas Mairna

*subject to contract
**subject to FIA circuit homologation

Commentating on the 2022 calendar, FIA President Jean Todt said: “The impressive 2022 FIA Formula One Championship calendar is the result of the great work made by Formula 1, led by Stefano Domenicali and his team, in strong synergy with the FIA. Over the past two years, F1 has shown remarkable resilience. This is clearly demonstrated by the continued growth of the sport despite the important challenges of the pandemic. The 23 Grands Prix in 2022 will be an exciting showcase for the all-new cars and I am looking forward to it.”

The President added: “The push towards sustainability in motor sport continues to be a priority for the FIA. The new technical regulations for Formula 1 underline this approach.”

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15 F1 Fan comments on “FIA approves 2022 Formula 1 Calendar

  1. Jere Jyrälä

    Overall, I'm decently okay with this schedule except for not pairing Miami & Montreal, which contradicts F1's carbon neutrality plan.
    Pairing these two should be a no-brainer, either preceding Spain-Monaco or succeeding, in which case Spain-Monaco earlier.

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  2. ReallyOldRacer

    You want reduced carbon footprint, less travel cost, decreased travel impact on team members (poor schmucks), increased geographic publicity exposure AND maintain iconic dates? Try this. Took me 20 minutes. Gee, FIA, that wasn't so tough.

    MAR 6
    13
    20 BAHRAIN
    27 SAUDI ARABIA
    APR 3 AZERBAIJAN
    10
    17 AUSTRALIA
    24 SINGAPORE
    MAY 1
    8 JAPAN
    15
    22 IMOLA
    29 MONACO
    JUN 5
    12 FRANCE
    19 SPAIN
    26
    JUL 3 ENGLAND
    10 AUSTRIA
    17
    24 RUSSIA
    31 HUNGARY
    AUG 7 X
    14 X
    21 X
    28 BELGIUM
    SEP 4 DUTCH
    11 ITALY
    18
    25 CANADA
    OCT 2
    9 AUSTIN
    16 MIAMI
    23
    30 MEXICO
    NOV 6 BRAZIL
    13
    20 ABU DHABI
    27

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    • Jere Jyrälä

      A Russia-Hungary double would be undoable as Russian GP is a freight event, while teams use trucks for European tracks.
      Additionally, Canada is risky with low & fluctuating temps past mid-September.

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      • ReallyOldRacer

        Don't know about a Russian work-around but I have personally raced in Canada well into October and it has been glorious, well into the mid 50'sf midday, and that was in the mountains.

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        • Jere Jyrälä

          Below 15 degrees Celcius is generally unideal for F1, not to mention a possible heavy rain chance, so unworthy risk.
          Northern Hemisphere summer is mostly the only suitable phase for Canadian GP.

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          • ReallyOldRacer

            OK, Jere, we've beaten this ti death. One last comment. Racing in the mid 50's is quite acceptable and September rainfall is a bit less than June in Montreal. I lived 100 mi from Montreal for 7 yrs,. BTW, the whole purpose of this Sunday afternoon hypothetical exercise was to point out the possibility of a much more efficient schedule. Didn't mean to twist your wires.

  3. shroppyfly

    Qatar’s Losail International Circuit will hold its first ever Formula 1 Grand Prix from November 19th-21st, with the country set to host the 20th event of the 2021 season, as well as signing an additional 10-year deal to host F1 from 2023.

    And crowd capacity is..............8000.! can that be right ?

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