2014 Formula 1 race calendar

2014 Formula 1 race calendar: Full confirmed list of races for the forthcoming F1 season, which kicks off in Melbourne

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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The 2014 Formula 1 season will begin in Australian on 16 March and end on 23 November at Abu Dhabi.

The calendar was reduced by three grands prix due to problems with venues in New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea.

Japan and the new race in Russia have switched dates, with the latter now 12 October instead of 5 October.

2014 Formula 1 race calendar

16 March Australia (Melbourne)

30 March Malaysia (Sepang)

6 April Bahrain (Sakhir)

11 May Spain (Barcelona)

25 May Monaco

8 June Canada (Montreal)

22 June Austria (Red Bull Ring)

6 July Britain (Silverstone)

20 July Germany (Hockenheim)

27 July Hungary (Budapest)

24 August Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

7 September Italy (Monza)

21 September Singapore

5 October Japan (Suzuka)

12 October Russia (Sochi)

2 November United States (Austin)

9 November Brazil (Interlagos)

23 November Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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