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2013 F1 calendar confirmed

The F1 calendar for the 2013 season is revealed by the FIA

The FIA has confirmed the calendar for the 2013 F1 season following a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council.

The calendar is almost identical to the one that was leaked in Singapore, with only four minor revisions to the schedule that emerged last weekend.

The German race has been moved forwards a week to 14 July while the Belgian GP also has a new date and will run on 25 August.

The only other change will see the races in Korea and Japan swap dates on the calendar, although the race in New Jersey remains subject to confirmation of a deal being finalised with Bernie Ecclestone.

As well as confirming the calendar, the FIA has also revealed that 'positive and constructive discussions' are ongoing in regards to the Concorde Agreement, with a contract set to be signed with teams next month.

2013 F1 calendar:

March 17 Australia
March 24 Malaysia
April 14 China
April 21 Bahrain
May 12 Spain
May 26 Monaco
June 9 Canada
June 16 United States (New Jersey) *
June 30 Britain
July 14 Germany
July 28 Hungary
August 25 Belgium
September 8 Italy
September 22 Singapore
October 6 Korea
October 13 Japan
October 27 India
November 3 Abu Dhabi
November 17 United States (Austin)
November 24 Brazil

* denotes to be confirmed



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Owen Hamilton - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:28 AM

I'm sure there are ways that the calendar could be changed to save the teams some travel expenses, for example, Singapore & Malaysia are about 200 miles apart so surely it would be better to have those as back to back races.



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