A provisional calendar for the 2015 F1 season features 20 races with the addition of the Mexican Grand Prix.

Next season is set to start in Melbourne on March 15, with Malaysia and Bahrain again being back-to-back races for rounds two and three. Mexico is provisionally scheduled to be held back-to-back with the US Grand Prix in Austin, ahead of another season finale in Abu Dhabi.

Speedweek reports that the organisers of the Russian Grand Prix requested a change of date to earlier in the year, seeking a slot between races in Spain and Monaco.

Provisional 2015 F1 calendar:

March 15 - Australian Grand PrixMarch 29 - Malaysian Grand PrixApril 5 - Bahrain Grand PrixApril 19 - Chinese Grand PrixMay 10 - Spanish Grand PrixMay 24 - Monaco Grand PrixJune 7 - Canadian Grand PrixJune 21 - Austrian Grand PrixJuly 5 - British Grand PrixJuly 19 - German Grand PrixJuly 26 - Hungarian Grand PrixAugust 23 - Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 6 - Italian Grand PrixSeptember 20 - Singapore Grand PrixOctober 4 - Japanese Grand PrixOctober 11 - Russian Grand PrixOctober 25 - Mexican Grand PrixNovember 1 - United States Grand PrixNovember 15 - Brazilian Grand PrixNovember 29 - Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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