Formula 1 has announced a draft 21-race calendar for 2019, with the German Grand Prix confirmed to be part of next year’s schedule.
The number of races equals the amount of rounds enjoyed by F1 fans in 2016 and 2018, with eleven races to take place in Europe, , five in Asia, four in the Americas and one in Australia.
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Grand Prix racing’s festivities will begin in Melbourne on March 17 and finish in Abu Dhabi on December 1. The season will also see Formula 1’s milestone 1000 Grand Prix, an honor bestowed upon the organizers of the Chinese Grand prix scheduled on April 14.
After extensive discussions and capitalizing on the success of this year’s event, the promoters of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim have reached a new agreement with FOM, thanks also to the support of Mercedes and the country’s Federal Minister of Transportation and Digital Infrastructure.
Formula 1 also announced that Suzuka had extended its deal to host the Japanese Grand Prix for an additional three years, with the race set to take place until 2021.
“The renewal of the Japanese Grand Prix and the confirmation of the German Grand Prix are both examples of our direction to place fans at the heart of Formula 1, a vision shared with all our promoters,” said F1 commercial boss Sean Bratches.
2019 Race Calendar
Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)
Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)
Chinese Grand Prix (Shanghai)
Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku)
Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona)
Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo)
Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal)
French Grand Prix (Le Castellet)
Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg)
British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
German Grand Prix (Hockenheim)
Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest)
Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)
Italian Grand Prix (Monza)
Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)
Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)
Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)
Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City)
United States Grand Prix (Austin)
Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)