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Wednesday
Sep082010

Formula One 2011 Race Calendar

The FIA has released the 2011 Formula One race calendar.  It includes 20 races, an 8 1/2 month racing period (including a 4 week break in July-August) and an Indian race "Subject to the homologation of the circuit."

So, where's our first meetup? :)

FIA announces 20-race calendar for 2011

Lewis Hamilton (GBR) McLaren MP4/25. Formula One World Championship, Rd 13, Belgian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, Saturday, 28 August 2010  Vitantonio Liuzzi (ITA) Force India F1 VJM03 makes a pit stop.  Formula One World Championship, Rd 3, Malaysian Grand Prix, Race, Sepang, Malaysia, Sunday, 4 April 2010 Lewis Hamilton (GBR) McLaren fans in the crowd. Formula One World Championship, Rd 12, Hungarian Grand Prix, Race Day, Budapest, Hungary, Sunday, 1 August 2010The front runners. Formula One World Championship, Rd 8, Canadian Grand Prix, Race, Montreal, Canada, Sunday, 13 June 2010

Formula One racing’s governing body, the FIA, has released the calendar for the 2011 world championship. The addition of the Indian Grand Prix makes for a 20-race season - one more round than in 2010 and the longest in Formula One history.

The Bahrain Grand Prix will kick off proceedings on March 13, followed by the Australian, Malaysian and Chinese rounds, before the championship heads to Europe. The inaugural Indian event will take place towards the end of the year on October 30, with the season drawing to a close in Brazil on November 27.

Whilst the 2010 calendar features three back-to-back races, the 2011 season will have four, with the Malaysia/China, Spain/Monaco, Germany/Hungary and Japan/Korea events all taking place on consecutive weekends.

2011 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar:
13/03 Bahrain
27/03 Australia
10/04 Malaysia
17/04 China
08/05 Turkey
22/05 Spain
29/05 Monaco
12/06 Canada
26/06 Europe
10/07 Great Britain
24/07 Germany
31/07 Hungary
28/08 Belgium
11/09 Italy
25/09 Singapore
09/10 Japan
16/10 Korea
30/10 India*
13/11 Abu Dhabi
27/11 Brazil

* Subject to the homologation of the circuit

Images and text courtesy of the Formula 1 website.