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Formula 1 announces calendar for 2022 without a trip to Portugal

Schedule of 23 races for the next championship

Formula 1 has announced the calendar for the 2022 season (still designated as provisional due to two confirmations to be done) and, as It was already predicted, not only are 23 races scheduled for next year, but the Worlds will not pass through Portugal.

Another absence in 2022 will be China’s (still due to the pandemic) checking – the maintenance of the Imola circuit as the first of two spells in the championship in Italy – the only difference in relation to the sketch that we put forward here, in addition to adjustments of dates.


The United States will also host two races with the debut of the Miami city circuit in a competitive calendar that will start on March 20th in Bahrain and end on November 20th in Abu Dhabi.

Provisional calendar for the F1 World Cup 2022:

March 20, Qatar GP (Sakhir)

March 27th, Saudi Arabia (Jeddah) GP

April 10th, Australia GP (Melbourne)

April 24th, Emilia Romagna GP (Imola, lacking contract)

May 8th, Miami GP (Miami, lacking approval)

May 22, GP of Spain (Barcelona, ​​lacking a contract)


May 29 GP of Monaco (Monaco)

June 12th, Azerbaijan GP (Baku)

June 19th, Canadian GP (Montreal)

July 3rd, Great Britain GP (Silverstone)

July 10th, Austrian GP (Spielberg)

24 July, French GP (Le Castellet)

July 31st, Hungarian GP (Budapest)

August 28th, Belgium GP (Spa)

September 4th, Netherlands GP (Zandvoort)

September 11th, Italian GP (Monza)

September 25th, Russian GP (Sochi)

October 2nd, Singapore GP (Singapur a, lacking a contract)


October 9th, GP of Japan (Suzuka)

October 23rd, GP of USA-Austin (Austin, without contract)

October 30, Mexico GP (Mexico City)

13 of November, GP of Brazil (São Paulo)

November 20th, GP of Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi)


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