Due to the Coronavirus some races might be Cancelled or Postponed.
Formula 1, technically known as the FIA Formula One World Championship is the highest class of single-seat auto racing that is sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA). For those who think Formula is something emanating from a chemistry laboratory, it refers to a set of rules to be followed by the drivers and obviously the cars that they drive.
Each year there are in fact two Formula 1 championships, one for the drivers and another for the manufacturers. Each team consists of a maximum of two drivers who can themselves be in deep rivalry.
Every Grand Prix (F1) race takes place on a Sunday and the previous two days are spent in free practice sessions, two on Friday and one on Saturday before the formal qualifying session is held on Saturday which will work out the all-important placements on the grid for the Sunday race.
This year there are nineteen Grand Prix races, commencing with the Australian Grand Prix held in Melbourne on 15th March and concluding in Abu Dhabi at the end of November. So far it looks as if Hamilton will keep moving ahead of the field but in Formula 1. Nothing can be guaranteed in the fastest sport on the planet so there will be plenty of excitement and surprises before the final checkered flag is waved.
The remaining races are:
- May 24th – Monaco Grand Prix – Monaco Circuit de Monaco – Monte Carlo (Cancelled)
- June 7th – Canadian Grand Prix – Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Montreal
- June 21st – Austrian Grand Prix – Austria Red Bull Ring – Spielberg
- July 5th – British Grand Prix – United Kingdom Silverstone Circuit – Silverstone
- July 26th – Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungary Hungaroring – Budapest
- Aug 23rd – Belgian Grand Prix – Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps – Stavelot
- Sep 6th – Italian Grand Prix – Italy Autodromo Nazionale Monza – Monza
- Sep 20th – Singapore Grand Prix – Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit – Singapore
- Sep 27th – Japanese Grand Prix – Japan Suzuka Circuit – Suzuka
- Oct 11th – Russian Grand Prix – Russia Sochi Autodrom – Sochi
- Oct 25th – United States Grand Prix – United States Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas
- Nov 1st – Mexican Grand Prix – Mexico Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez – Mexico City
- Nov 15th – Brazilian Grand Prix – Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace – São Paulo
- Nov 29th – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit – Abu Dhabi
Combine with your Formula 1 ticket with an incredible local experience: (Sample package for The Grand Prix de Monaco)
Day 1: Land in Nice Airport and transfer to Hotel De Paris Monte-Carlo (or similar either in Monaco or Nice).
Day 2: Early breakfast and transfer to the Circuit De Monaco for a morning full of action. Get in the driver’s seat of a legendary Ferrari, in the afternoon, and feel the speed, comfort, and adrenaline! During your trip, you will enjoy fantastic panoramic views of Monaco. Transfer back to your hotel.
Day 3: Choose between a chauffeur service or self-drive. Head towards Nice and the Antibes for a day by the coast. Stop and discover the beautiful narrow streets of Nice, the tiny shops and the delicious food. Then continue your journey heading to Antibes – one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera.
Day 4: Check-out and transfer to the airport.