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Formula One 2022 season begins with the opening grand prix in Bahrain on the weekend of 18-20 March 2022. Followed by Saudi Grand Prix and Australian Grand Prix on 27th March and 10th April respectively.
Formula 1 2022 season begins with the traditional curtain raiser Grand Prix in Melbourne, Australia on the weekend of 23-25 March 2018. With 21 races scheduled for 2018 season, it will be played through 25 March to 25 November 2018 finishing with the last grand prix of the season in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina circuit. There are two pre-season testing scheduled on 26 February-01 March and 6 March – 09 March 2018 at the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona. On this page you will find live links of every F1 session in 2018 from pre-season testing to proper races throughout the season.
Formula 1 season moves to China where Chinese Grand Prix takes place on the weekend of 12-14th April 2019 in Shanghai. This will be the third race of 2019 season and it will be interesting to see how teams cope with heat on a busy Sunday, 14th April 2019.
Chinese Grand Prix 2019 Schedule & Time Table:
Friday, 12th April 2019
First Practice Session: 03:00 uk time
Second Practice Session: 07:00 uk time
Saturday, 13th April 2019
Third Practice Session: 04:00 uk time
Qualifying Round: 07:00 uk time
Sunday, 14th April 2019
Chinese F1 Grand Prix Race: 07:10 uk time
SkyF1 will start their coverage of Friday practice session at around 09:00 uk time while the second practice session begins at around 16:00 uk time. Channel4 will also broadcast the weekend’s action in UK. There have been number of changes ahead of the 2018 season starting with the official F1 logo to French Formula 1 Grand Prix Calendar making a comeback while Malaysian Grand Prix have been removed from the calendar. Below is the entire official calendar for 2018 season.
Formula 1 2018 Season Results & Calender:
So there will be 21 races in the 2017 season starting with Australia GP out of the way, we will move to China in couple of weeks time for the second grand prix.
|1||Australia (Albert Park)||25 March|
|2||Bahrain (Sakhir)||08 April|
|3||China (Shanghai)||16 April|
|4||Azerbaijan (Baku)||29 April|
|5||Spanish (Catalunya)||13 May|
|6||Monaco (Monte Carlo)||27 May|
|7||Canadian (Montreal)||10 June|
|8||French (Le Castellet)||24 June|
|9||Austrian (Spielberg)||01 July|
|10||British (Silverstone)||08 July|
|11||Germany (Hockenheimring)||22 July|
|12||Hungary (Budapest)||29 July|
|13||Belgian (Spa-Francorchamps)||26 August|
|14||Italian (Monzai)||02 September|
|15||Singapore (Singapore)||16 September|
|16||Russian (Sochi)||30 September|
|17||Japanese (Suzuka)||07 October|
|18||USA (Austin)||21 October|
|19||Mexican (Mexico City)||28 October|
|20||Brazilian (Sao Paulo)||11 November|
|21||Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)||25 November|
Formula 1 2018 Pre-Season Testing: Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has been the fastest driver in both pre-season tests in march. He also set the record for fastest lap time in over a decade in Barcelona at 1:19.024. McLaren suffered several mechanical problems while Mercedes were also quick with new driver Valtteri Bottas setting a record lap time before Vettle on Thursday, 09 March 2017.