F1 confirm record 23-race schedule for 2022 featuring season opener in Bahrain and a first race in Miami but Chinese Grand Prix is dropped due to Covid and replaced by Imola

Formula One bosses have revealed 23 races will take place in just 36 weeks as the sport launched its record-breaking calendar for next season. The British Grand Prix will take place on the opening weekend of July – avoiding a clash with the climax of Wimbledon – while the Chinese GP in Shanghai has been scrapped for a third successive campaign. The sport’s first race in Miami will be staged on May 8. A third American race could be added to the calendar in 2023, with Las Vegas thought to be the front-runner. 2022 Formula One calendar March 20 – Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir) March 27 – Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah) April 10 – Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne) April 24 – Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (Imola) May 8 – Miami Grand Prix May 22 – Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona) May 29 – Monaco Grand Prix June 12 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix (Baku) June 19 – Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal) July 3 – British Grand Prix (Silverstone) July 10 – Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg) July 24 – French Grand Prix (Le Castellet) July 31 – Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest) August 28 – Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps) September 4 – Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort) September 11 – Italian Grand Prix (Monza) September 25 – Russian Grand Prix (Sochi) October 2 – Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay) October 9 – Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) October 23 – US Grand Prix (Austin) October 30 – Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City) November 13 – Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos) November 20 – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina).

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