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Formula 1 2025 schedule: 24-race calendar revealed with Australia to stage opener

Formula One has revealed its calendar for the 2025 season which will start in Australia and feature 24 races once again.

Split Year Calendars / (July to June) - PDF templates
Split Year Calendars / (July to June) – PDF templates

Australia was always due to take over hosting duties for the season-opener, scheduled for March 16, due to the timing of Ramadan through March next year that meant Bahrain and Saudi Arabia’s races had to take place later than usual.

It will be the first time that Australia has hosted the opening race of the F1 season since 2019. The Melbourne race was once the traditional curtain-raiser for F1, only for that role to be taken over by Bahrain in recent years.

Split Year Calendars / (July to June) - PDF templates
Split Year Calendars / (July to June) – PDF templates

Australia will be followed by China and Japan, the latter kicking off a triple-header that includes Bahrain and Saudi Arabia following the conclusion of Ramadan.

F1 will then make its first of three visits to the United States in early May for the fourth running of the Miami Grand Prix before starting its European season at Imola on May 18.

May to August  Printable Calendar
May to August Printable Calendar

The United States Grand Prix in Austin is scheduled for October 19, going back-to-back with Mexico, while Las Vegas is scheduled for Saturday November 22 as part of a triple-header with Qatar and Abu Dhabi to conclude the season.

Besides the reshuffle of the early-season races, the calendar is largely unchanged from 2024, which at 24 races will be the longest in the sport’s history. The next new race to join the calendar will be Madrid in 2026, when it becomes the host of the Spanish Grand Prix.

The announcement also marks one of the earliest calendar announcements in recent memory, with the schedule typically not finalized until the summer months.

“2025 will be a special year as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the FIA Formula One World Championship, and it’s that legacy and experience that allows us to deliver such a strong calendar,” said F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali.

“Once again, we’ll visit 24 incredible venues around the world, delivering top class racing, hospitality, and entertainment, which will be enjoyed by millions of fans worldwide.”

Australia – March 16 China – March 23 Japan – April 6 Bahrain – April 13 Saudi Arabia – April 20 Miami – May 4 Emilia Romagna (Imola) – May 18 Monaco – May 25 Spain – June 1 Canada – June 15 Austria – June 29 Great Britain – July 6 Belgium – July 27 Hungary – August 3 Netherlands – August 31 Italy – September 7 Azerbaijan – September 21 Singapore – October 5 USA (Austin) – October 19 Mexico City – October 26 Brazil – November 9 Las Vegas – November 22 Qatar – November 30 Abu Dhabi – December 7


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