2025 F1 calendar released… kicking off in Melbourne

Formula 1 and the FIA ​​have jointly published the calendar for the 2025 season, which will feature 24 dates. As expected, the first round will take place in Melbourne and the season will end in Abu Dhabi.

Published on 12/04/2024 à 13:20

Jeremy Satis

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2025 F1 calendar released… kicking off in Melbourne

The Melbourne Grand Prix will kick off the 2025 season. © Eric Alonso / DPPI

After opening the season for four consecutive years, the Bahrain Grand Prix will (temporarily) give way to the Australian Grand Prix as the opening of the 2025 season. The FIA ​​and the FOM have in fact communicated the calendar for the upcoming season and have therefore confirmed Australia as the opening round, due to the observance of Ramadan which will take place from February 28 to March 29. Apart from the opening round, there are few surprises, apart from the performance of Bahrain and Jeddah in April.

As in 2024, the season will include 24 Grands Prix, a figure that Stefano Domenicali, the boss of the F1, despite the legal possibility of going up to 25 according to the Concorde Agreements. 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.

In total, the calendar includes five back-to-backs but above all three triple headers: (Japan-Bahrain-Saudi Arabia, Imola-Monaco-Barcelona, ​​and Las Vegas-Losail-Abu Dhabi). No new destination to report, however, since the twenty-four rounds of the 2024 calendar have been renewed. Please note, however, that the locations where the sprint races will be held have not yet been communicated.

The F1 2025 calendar:

March 14-16: Melbourne (Australia)
March 21-23: Shanghai (China)
April 4-6: Suzuka (Japan)
April 11-13: Sakhir (Bahrain)
April 18-20: Jeddah (Saudi Arabia)
May 2-4: Miami (United States)
May 16-18: Imola (Italy)
May 23-25 ​​Monaco (Monaco)
May 30 – June 1: Barcelona (Spain)
June 13-15: Montreal (Canada)
June 27-29: Spielberg (Austria)
July 4-6: Silverstone (Great Britain)
July 25-27 Spa (Belgium)
August 1-3: Budapest (Hungary)
August 29-31: Zandvoort (Netherlands)
September 5-7: Monza (Italy)
September 19-21: Baku (Azerbaijan)
October 3-5: Singapore (Singapore)
October 17-19: Austin (United States)
October 24-26: Mexico City (Mexico)
November 7-9: São Paulo (Brazil)
November 20-22: Las Vegas (United States)
November 28-30: Qatar (Qatar)
December 5-7: Abu Dhabi (UAE)

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12/04/2024 at 02:31 a.m.

June 13-15 Canadian GP, ​​aren't these the dates of the 24 hours of Le Mans?!

Yves-Henri RANDIER

12/04/2024 at 02:30 a.m.

Finally a little common sense when traveling and a start in Australia before returning via Japan, China and the Gulf... before crossing the Atlantic (certainly via a transit in Europe) to go to Miami before returning to Europe !

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