Formula 1 already knows the calendar for the 2022 season

The championship will start in Bahrain. The main race of the Sáchir Grand Prix will take place on the day officially set for 2022 as the first spring of spring, i.e. March 20. Further events will take place in Saudi Arabia, Australia, followed by the first of two Italian companies in Imola.

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The Formula 1 playoff schedule for the 2022 season is quite busy – a total of 23 companies is a record number

For the first time ever, the series is also set to travel to Miami, Florida, the first of two races held in the United States. Barcelona, ​​Spain, Monaco, Baku in Azerbaijan, Montreal in Canada, Silverstone in the United Kingdom, Spielberg in Austria, Le Castellet in France will follow, and the last before the summer break will be Budapest, Hungary, i.e. say Hungaroring.

After the summer holidays, the championship will resume its momentum at Spa in Belgium and gradually move to Zandvoort in the Netherlands, then again to Italy, but this time to Monza, followed by Sochi in Russia, Singapore, Suzuka in Japan. , second American company in Austin, then Mexico. , Brazilian Sao Paulo and the last race is scheduled in Abu Dhabi.

Due to the pandemic measures, the organizers had to improvise a bit this season, as several companies had to be relocated or completely eliminated – which is why in Austria, for example, they have been there twice this year. Some destinations – namely Australia, Canada, Japan and Singapore – are returning to the series after a two-year hiatus, but China has no plans to return to the series yet.

You can see what the brand new single-seaters for individual teams will look like in the gallery:

Other changes include the omission of the company from Qatar, which was new this year – the reason is that the country will host the World Cup next year, but starting next season, Qatar has promised to participate in the championship for the next 10 years.

A relatively big benefit for fans will be that there won’t be any Grand Prix gap for the entire 2022 season of more than two weeks – if you don’t count the month-long summer break. Great news for spectators, not the teams and their logistics departments – they will have their hands full (and most importantly, their heads) to work on the planning and timely transfer to the next station.

However, the potential benefit is the fact that this season will end practically a month earlier than originally planned. This should hopefully give the teams space and time to start preparing for the 2022 season.

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