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FIA publishes confirmed 2014 F1 Calendar

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FIA publishes confirmed 2014 F1 Calendar Following its last meeting of 2013, the FIA World Motor Sport Council today published the final and confirmed nineteen race Formula 1 calendar for 2014. Main image - the Red Bull Ring in Austria which returns to the F1 calendar in 2014 © Red Bull Media House There are few changes to the revised (unofficial) [...]

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19 Races on Revised 2014 F1 Calendar

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19 Races on Revised 2014 F1 Calendar A revised (unofficial) version of the provisional 2014 F1 calendar has been circulated in the paddock at the USA Grand Prix in Austin, Texas this weekend. Only 19 races are now scheduled for 2014, with Korea, New Jersey and Mexico now missing from the calendar originally published by the FIA in late September. There are [...]

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FIA Publishes Provisional 2014 F1 Calendar

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FIA Publishes Provisional 2014 F1 Calendar

Yesterday, the governing body of Formula 1, the FIA, published the provisional 2014 F1 calendar at its World Motor Sport Council meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The provisional calendar for the 2014 season includes an unprecedented 22 races, including four new races. Two of the calendar additions are totally new destinations – New Jersey (New York) […]

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2014 F1 Calendar Continues to Take Shape

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2014 F1 Calendar Continues to Take Shape

The latest draft copy of the proposed F1 calendar for 2014 has done the rounds today in Monza. If you have been keeping up to date with our recent articles (see here and here), there are not too many surprises, apart from the fact that it contains twenty one races rather than the expected maximum […]

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The F1 Calendar – Current & Future Destinations

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The F1 Calendar – Current & Future Destinations

We analyse the current and future F1 calendar, including the long-term prospects for all races. The 2013 F1 season stretches to nineteen races and includes destinations on all corners of the globe. From the opening race on 17th March in Melbourne, Australia to the final stop just over eight months later on 24th November in […]

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