The key dates on the 2019 Formula 1 calendar

The first of 21 races on the equal-longest Formula 1 calender ever takes place next weekend in Australia.

The 2019 Formula 1 season begins in Australia on March 17 and concludes just over eight months later in Abu Dhabi on December 1. The calendar features the same 21 races as last year, but it’s all change on the driver front. Just two teams – World Champions Mercedes and Haas – retain the same driver line up as last year. Key driver changes include Daniel Ricciardo moving from Red Bull to Renault and Charles Leclerc graduating to a full-time race seat with Ferrari after just one season with Sauber. Three rookies – Alexander Albon, George Russell and Lando Norris – will be making their debut at Albert Park next weekend. Check the full calendar below and start planning your trip to a Formula 1 race this year!

2019 Formula 1 Calendar

March14-17: Australian GP @ Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit

March 29-31: Bahrain GP @ Bahrain International Circuit

April 12-14: Chinese GP @ Shanghai International Circuit

April 26-28: Azerbaijan GP @ Baku City Circuit

May 10-12: Spanish GP @ Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

May 23-26: Monaco GP @ Circuit de Monaco

June 7-9: Canadian GP @ Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

June 21-23: French GP @ Circuit Paul Ricard

June 28-30: Austrian GP @ Red Bull Ring

July 12-14: British GP @ Silverstone

July 26-28: German GP @ Hockenheimring

August 2-4: Hungarian GP @ Hungaroring

August 30-September 1: Belgian GP @ Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

September 6-8: 2019 Italian GP @ Monza

September 20-22: Singapore GP @ Marina Bay Street Circuit

September 27-29: Russian GP @ Sochi Autodrom

October 11-13: Japanese GP @ Suzuka

Oct 25-27: Mexican GP @ Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

Nov 1-3: United States GP @ Circuit of The Americas

Nov 15-17: Brazilian GP @ Interlagos

Nov 29-Dec 1: Abu Dhabi GP @ Yas Marina Circuit

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