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NO CHANGES ON F1 2012 CALENDAR

The announcement confirms the presence of the US Grand Prix at Austin, Texas, which was in peril of being part of the season.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011

December 7th (F1plus Team).- The Formula 1 governing body, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) has confirmed a 20-race 2012 calendar once again, with no changes being made from the original version published back in August.
The outcome was revealed during the final World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) meeting of the year in New Dheli on Wednesday, in which they also released the short list of technical and sporting rulings.

A statement made by the FIA this morning detailed: "The 2012 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar was confirmed as previously published."

This means that, as scheduled, the season will kick off in Melbourne on 18 March, and will run for over eight months until the late-November finale in Brazil.
The news also secures Bahrain's scheduled round and the returning United States Grand Prix for the time being so long as the circumstances in each country allow for racing to go ahead. This refers to the first in terms of political and social environment and the second in direct regards to having the track and facilities ready.

The 2012 F1 calendar is as follows:

  • 1 Mar 18, Australia
  • 2 Mar 25, Malaysia
  • 3 Apr 15, China
  • 4 Apr 22, Bahrain
  • 5 May 13, Spain
  • 6 May 27, Monaco
  • 7 Jun 10, Canada
  • 8 Jun 24, Europe
  • 9 Jul 8, Great Britain
  • 10 Jul 22, Germany
  • 11 Jul 29, Hungary
  • 12 Sep 02, Belgium
  • 13 Sep 09, Italy
  • 14 Sep 23, Singapore
  • 15 Oct 07, Japan
  • 16 Oct 14, Korea
  • 17 Oct 28, India
  • 18 Nov 4, Abu Dhabi
  • 19 Nov 18, United States
  • 20 Nov 25, Brazil
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