The six hosts of the 2025 sprint races revealed

The FIA ​​has announced the identity of the Grands Prix which will host the six planned sprint races in 2025. There will only be one change from 2024.

Published on 11/07/2024 à 14:08

Jeremy Satis

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The six hosts of the 2025 sprint races revealed

The six known 2025 sprints. © Eric Alonso / DPPI

After changing just about everything every year since introducing sprints in 2021, the Formula 1 should play the continuity card for 2024. Well almost. If the format should not change – even if discussions should still take place in the second part of the season – the destinations which will host the six sprint races in 2025 will experience a small change.

As in 2024, the first sprint of the season will take place in China (March 21-23), before that in Miami (May 2-4). While the Austrian sprint has kept its promises this season, Spielberg will be replaced by Spa-Francorchamps (July 25-27) regarding the organization of the sprint next year. Finally, the last three will take place, like this season, in Austin (United States, October 17-19), Sao Paulo (Brazil, November 7-9) and Losail (Qatar, November 28-30).

Sprint races continue

“The Sprint was a great success for Formula 1, bringing all our fans more action and racing on the track, rejoices Stefano Domenicali. We have proof of this in our audience data, in the number of fans on Friday and from promoters and partners. As we prepare to celebrate our 75th anniversary in 2025, we will always honor our incredible history, but we must always look forward, innovate and improve to deliver the best to our ever-growing and diverse fans.”

As a reminder, the F1 calendar (excluding sprint) was published last April, with 24 Grands Prix on the clock and a kick-off given in Melbourne. Once again, the regionalization of the rounds was required, since Melbourne will be followed by China and Japan, before a back-to-back Bahrain-Jeddah. After a now usual visit to Miami in May, the paddock will take part in the European season from May to September, before the American tour in the fall and a return to the Middle East to conclude the season and complete the circle.

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