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Confirmed: Full official F1 calendar for the remainder of 2022 season

Confirmed: Full official F1 calendar for the remainder of 2022 season

18 May - 13:52 Last update: 14:28
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On Wednesday, Formula 1 confirmed that there will only be 22 races in the 2022 season. Originally, F1 had 23 dates pencilled into the schedule, but after Russia's invasion of Ukraine Formula 1 cancelled the Russian Grand Prix. F1 have now confirmed that the season will only feature 22 races as a replacement can't be found. 

2022 season

Equipped with new rules and regulations, F1 had planned a record-breaking amount of races for the season but they will now only equal last year's total of 22. In late February during the winter tests, F1 confirmed the cancellation of the event in Sochi and suggested they were on the hunt for a replacement. 

However, it seems as if a replacement wasn't available to host F1. Rumours suggested that Qatar were in pole position for the event. Turkey, China, Malaysia and Germany also had notable mentions but it looks as if the replacement task was unachievable. The 2022 season is currently five races old following the most recent event in Miami. 

Coming up, the European season really gets going with the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, back-to-back with Monaco to finish off the month of May. The circus will go to Azerbaijan before making the long journey to Canada. The first race in Canada since the 2019 edition as a result of COVID-19 cancellations. F1 then returns to Europe for a stint of seven races. In October, the sport makes its long-awaited return to Singapore and Japan. Races in America, Mexico, Brazil, and Abu Dhabi conclude the season. 

Remaining races 

 
 
 
 
 
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22 May: Spain, Barcelona
29 May: Monaco 
12 June: Azerbaijan, Baku
19 June: Canada, Montreal
3 July: Great Britain, Silverstone
10 July: Austria, Spielberg
24 July: France, Le Castellet
31 July: Hungary, Budapest
28 August: Belgium, Spa-Francorchamps
4 September: Netherlands, Zandvoort
11 September: Italy, Monza
2 October: Singapore ,Marina Bay
9 October: Japan, Suzuka
23 October: USA, Austin
30 October: Mexico, Mexico City
13 November: Brazil, Sao Paulo
20 November: Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina

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