FIA approve 2013 F1 calendar

Updated: 29 September 2012 12:55 IST

Formula One's governing body the FIA approved on Friday the 20-race calendar for next season after a meeting at their Paris headquarters.

FIA approve 2013 F1 calendar

Paris:

Formula One's governing body the FIA approved on Friday the 20-race calendar for next season after a meeting at their Paris headquarters.

The 2013 season follows this year's calendar in terms of the number of races, with one newcomer, the Grand Prix of America on the Jersey shore opposite New York City on June 16, although its inclusion has still to be confirmed by the FIA.

It is scheduled to replace the European Grand Prix on the streets of Spanish city Valencia.

2013 Formula One calendar:

March 17: Australian GP - Melbourne

March 24: Malaysian GP - Sepang

April 14: Chinese GP - Shanghai

April 21: Bahrain GP - Sakhir

May 12: Spanish GP - Barcelona

May 26 - Monaco GP

June 9 - Canadian GP - Montreal

June 16: Grand Prix of America - New Jersey

June 30: British GP - Silverstone

July 14: German GP - Nurburgring

July 28: Hungarian GP - Budapest

August 25: Belgian GP - Spa-Francorchamps

September 8: Italian GP - Monza

September 22: Singapore GP - Marina Bay

October 6: South Korean GP - Yeongam

October 13: Japanese GP - Suzuka

October 27: Indian GP - New Delhi

November 3: Abu Dhabi GP - Yas Marina

November 17: United States GP - Austin

November 24: Brazilian GP - Sao Paulo

Topics : Formula 1
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