2015 F1 calendar

The 2015 F1 calendar was first revealed by the FIA on September 12th 2014 and added a new 20th round in Mexico.

A subsequent draft issued on December 3rd added a further race in South Korea, extending the schedule to 21 races. However a further update in January removed that race from the schedule once again.

Finally on March 20th, five days after the first race of the season, the cancellation of the German Grand Prix reduced the number of races to 19.

1Australian Grand PrixAlbert ParkMarch 13 – 15Forum
2Malaysian Grand PrixSepang International CircuitMarch 27 – 29Forum
3Chinese Grand PrixShanghai International CircuitApril 10 – 12Forum
4Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain International CircuitApril 17 – 19Forum
5Spanish Grand PrixCircuit de CatalunyaMay 8 – 10Forum
6Monaco Grand PrixMonte-CarloMay 21 – 24Forum
7Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles VilleneuveJune 5 – 7Forum
8Austrian Grand PrixRed Bull RingJune 19 – 21Forum
9British Grand PrixSilverstoneJuly 3 – 5Forum
10Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroringJuly 24 – 26Forum
11Belgian Grand PrixSpa-FrancorchampsAugust 21 – 23Forum
12Italian Grand PrixMonzaSeptember 4 – 6Forum
13Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeSeptember 18 – 20Forum
14Japanese Grand PrixSuzukaSeptember 25 – 27Forum
15Russian Grand PrixSochi AutodromOctober 9 – 11Forum
16United States Grand PrixCircuit of the AmericasOctober 23 – 25Forum
17Mexican Grand PrixAutodromo Hermanos RodriguezOctober 30 – November 1Forum
18Brazilian Grand PrixInterlagosNovember 13 – 15Forum
19Abu Dhabi Grand PrixYas MarinaNovember 27 – 29Forum

Are you going to any F1 races in 2015? Use the ‘forum’ links above to find other fans who are and share tips about your grand prix visit.

Get the 2015 F1 calendar on your mobile device

Add all the 2015 F1 season dates to your calendar using the F1 Fanatic Google Calendar:

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Free-to-air live F1 coverage in the UK

The BBC will show ten races live during 2015:

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