The calendar for the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship has been approved during a meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council. The season will consist of 21 Grands Prix, thus equalling the record for the greatest number of races in a year, established in 2016.


Date Venue Formula 1 Grand Prix
25-Mar Melbourne Australia
8-Apr Shanghai China
15-Apr Sakhir Bahrain
29-Apr Baku Azerbaijan
13-May Barcelona Spain
27-May Monaco Monaco
10-Jun Montreal Canada
24-Jun Le Castellet France
1-Jul Spielberg Austria
8-Jul Silverstone Great Britain
22-Jul Hockenheim Germany
29-Jul Budapest Hungary
26-Aug Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
2-Sep Monza Italy
16-Sep Singapore Singapore
30-Sep Sochi Russia
7-Oct Suzuka Japan
21-Oct Austin USA
28-Oct Mexico City Mexico
11-Nov Sao Paulo Brazil
25-Nov Yas Marina Abu Dhabi

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