FIA the Formula One governing body revealed the 2017 race calendar. According to the calendar they approbation total 20 races for the forthcoming year. By the state of the reports the World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) has made the decision by following a meeting on Wednesday which held in Vienna.
The upcoming season will index from 26th March. And to be concluded on 26th December. The first race will be held in Melbourne, Australia. The Australian GP arranges a huge platform for the race. A world class racer will be taken part in the competition.
The second competition will be held in China at Shanghai circuit. China Grand Prix is another big emulation and every year it have taken place a great excitement. April hosting two more big races, one in Bahrain and the competition will host at Sakhir circuit. And the third one is in Russia.
The month of May arranging two leading Grand Prix One in Spain and another in Monaco. Canada and Azerbaijan extent will be executed on June. German racing compitition has been scheduled out from the 2017 season. And the place taken over by Azerbaijan. According to reports the FIA kick out the Germany from the schedule due to financial reasons. So the Azerbaijan Grand Prix will held in the period of German.
Austria, Great Britain and Hungary GP will be taken place in July. On the other side Belgian will execute on August.
The main changes issued in September. Malaysia and Singapore getting the new entry permission in 2017 season. In the absence of Germany, a numbers of new country included in the list. Germany has been get out from next year’s Formula 1 calendar and it is also doubt about the participation of Brazil GP. There has also some other GP which will be held in Italy, USA, Japan, Mexico. The race will be finished with the race of Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Here we conferred the 2017 full calendar in below.
Formula One 2017 Calendar:
April 9 – Shanghai in China
April 16 – Bahrain in Bahrain
April 30 – Sochi in Russia
May 14 – Barcelona in Spain
May 28 – Monte Carlo in Monaco
June 11 – Montreal in Canada
July 9 – Spielberg in Austria
July 16 – Silverstone in Great Britain
July 30 – Budapest in Hungary
August 27 – Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium
September 3 – Monza in Italy
September 17 – Singapore
October 1 – Sepang in Malaysia
October 8 – Suzuka in Japan
October 22 – Austin in USA
October 29 – Mexico
November 12 – Sao Paulo in Brazil
November 26 – Abu Dhabi