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20 Races for 2011

Posted by Carrot on September 8, 2010 | No Comments

At today’s meeting of the World Motor Sport Council in Paris, the provisional calender for the 2011 season was made public. The addition of India takes the season to the highest number of races ever in the history. The F1 season will now run from mid-March to the end of November. The season is fundamentally the same as the current calender, with India slotting in after the Korean Grand Prix. The major change is the return of Brazil as the season finisher, displacing Abu Dhabi.

Most of the bits are in the right place, Spa remains as the race after the summer break and Canada provides a nice break to the European season. If only the FIA had decided to slot Bahrain into the three week gap between China and Turkey and therefore returned Australia to the season opening race. That might have been the perfect F1 calender.

Provisional 2011 Calender:

March 13th – Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir

March 27th – Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne

April 10th – Malaysian Grand Prix – Sepang

April 17th – Chinese Grand Prix – Shanghai

May 8th – Turkish Grand Prix – Istanbul

May 22nd – Spanish Grand Prix – Barcelona

May 29th – Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo

June 12th – Canadian Grand Prix – Montreal

June 26th – European Grand Prix – Valencia

July 10th – British Grand Prix – Silverstone

July 24th – German Grand Prix – Nürburgring

July 31st – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring

August 28th – Belgian Grand Prix – Spa-Francorchamps

September 11th – Italian Grand Prix – Monza

September 25th – Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay

October 9th – Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka

October 16th – Korean Grand Prix – Yeongam

October 30th – Indian Grand Prix – New Delhi

November 13th – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina

November 27th – Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos

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