2013 Formula 1 race calendar

2013 Formula 1 race calendar: Full confirmed list of races for the forthcoming F1 season, which kicks off in Melbourne

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The 2013 Formula 1 season will begin on 17 March in Australia and end on 24 November in Brazil.

The new calendar is largely similar to the 2012 schedule, with Valencia the notable omission from the line-up.

The inaugural street race in New Jersey has been postponed until 2014, while the British Grand Prix loses its July slot.

2013 Formula 1 race calendar

17 March Australia

24 March Malaysia

14 April China

21 April Bahrain

12 May Spain

26 May Monaco

9 June Canada

30 June Great Britain

7 July Germany

28 July Hungary

25 August Belgium

8 September Italy

22 September Singapore

6 October Korea

13 October Japan

27 October India

3 November Abu Dhabi

17 November United States

24 November Brazil

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