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FIA Reveals Formula One 2014 Calendar
September 27, 2013
The calendar includes 22 dates, including events at three tracks that need to be approved by the FIA before they join the calendar officially. One of those three provisional events is the much discussed Grand Prix of Americas.
FIA Reveals Formula One 2014 Calendar

A meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) took place today, during which the 2014 Formula One World Championship schedule was announced.

The calendar includes 22 dates, including events at three tracks that need to be approved by the FIA before they join the calendar officially. One of those three provisional events is the much discussed Grand Prix of Americas, which is tentatively slated for June 1 at the Port Imperial Street Circuit in New Jersey.

“The entire Grand Prix of America team is thrilled to join the 2014 FIA calendar and we look forward to bringing world-class Formula One racing to New Jersey,” race promoter Leo Hindery, Jr. said.

2014 Formula One Calendar

March 16 – Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit – Melbourne, Australia

March 30 – Sepang Int’l Circuit – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

April 6 – Bahrain Int’l Circuit – Sakhir, Bahrain

April 20 – Shanghai Int’l Circuit – Shanghai, China

April 27 – Korea Int’l Circuit – Yeongam, Korea (Provisional)

May 11 – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya – Barcelona, Spain

May 25 – Circuit de Monaco – Monte Carlo, Monaco

June 1 – Port Imperial Street Circuit – Weehawken, N.J. (Provisional)

June 8 – Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Montreal, Quebec

June 22 – Red Bull Ring – Spielberg, Austria

July 6 – Silverstone Circuit – Silverstone, England

July 20 – Hockenheimring – Hockenheim, Germany

July 27 – Hungaroring – Budapest, Hungary

Aug. 24 – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – Francorchamps, Belgium

Sept. 7 – Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Monza, Italy

Sept. 21 – Marina Bay Street Circuit – Marina Bay, Singapore

Oct. 5 – Sochi Int’l Circuit – Sochi, Russia

Oct. 12 – Suzuka Circuit – Suzuka, Japan

Oct. 26 – Yas Marina Circuit – Abu Dhabi, U.A.B.

Nov. 9 – Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas

Nov. 16 – Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez – Mexico City, Mexico (Provisional)

Nov. 30 – Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace – Sao Paulo, Brazil