The FIA has formally approved Formula 1’s 2019 season calendar following a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council on Wednesday.
During the meeting the WMSC made a number of decisions across the motorsport spectrum, among them the approval of F1’s calendar.
It will see the year start in Melbourne in mid-Marck and run until December 1 with Abu Dhabi again set to host the final event of the campaign.
Aside from avoiding triple-header weekends after teams expressed concerns at the workload they generated in 2018, the calendar is largely unchanged from 2018.
|17 March 2019||Australia||Melbourne|
|31 March 2019||Bahrain||Sakhir|
|14 April 2019||China||Shanghai|
|28 April 2019||Azerbaijan||Baku|
|12 May 2019||Spain||Barcelona|
|26 May 2019||Monaco||Monaco|
|9 June 2019||Canada||Montreal|
|23 June 2019||France||Le Castellet|
|30 June 2019||Austria||Spielberg|
|14 July 2019||Great Britain||Silverstone|
|28 July 2019||Germany||Hockenheim|
|4 August 2019||Hungary||Budapest|
|1 September 2019||Belgium||Spa|
|8 September 2019||Italy||Monza|
|22 September 2019||Singapore||Singapore|
|29 September 2019||Russia||Sochi|
|13 October 2019||Japan||Suzuka|
|27 October 2019||Mexico||Mexico City|
|3 November 2019||USA||Austin|
|17 November 2019||Brazil||São Paulo|
|1 December 2019||Abu Dhabi||Yas Marina|