F1 » FIA reveals 22 dates for F1 2014

The FIA announces a 22 race calendar for the 2014 F1 season - including the addition of the New Jersey street race

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September 27, 2013 6:42 PM

I hope that the new circuit are the next Spa or Suzuka. I really don't like street circuits. Ok they are beautifull to watch but the racing there is dull, with few overtaking. High downforce circuits don't help for exciting race.


September 27, 2013 7:13 PM

Push any more in and smaller teams wont afford it.good to see new tracks would be food to see some classics in there instead of the clinical crap like yas marina but oh well. great for fans bad for teams mixed feelings on this.


September 27, 2013 8:05 PM

22 races? Barnie and FIA has really gone nuts!

On the top of that, Indian GP got dropped? Why? Because they didn't give any tax deduction to Bernie? Well done. This entity is more like a commercial body, which isn't good for F1 sports image!

Mark _

September 27, 2013 8:12 PM

@Tesla - re. India - If you can't pay then you can't play. Plus I don't think that it will be missed by many.

If NASCAR can have 36 races plus several non-points races over a season then surely F1 can manage 22.


September 27, 2013 10:23 PM

I hope we get more race tracks like Austin. I love that sequence of flowing corners where Vettel was a sitting duck to Lewis last year because Kathikeyan couldn't get out of the way fast enough! :-)

Vettel was spitting feathers, but it wasn't Kathi's fault...

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