The calendar features 23 races stretching from Bahrain in March to Abu Dhabi in November.

It’s record-breaking in terms of length with Miami featuring on it for the first time, meaning there is two races in the United States.

For 2022, race weekends have been adjusted to just three days (Friday to Sunday) with media sessions now taking place on Friday.

This means second practice takes place at a later time slot than usual, while the rest of the weekend remains relatively unchanged.

The removal of Thursday is a consequence of the longer race calendar with F1 keen to add more races to the calendar, with Qatar to return in 2023 and the United States potentially hosting a third grand prix in the future.

2022 sees the return of Australia, Japan and Singapore after not featuring in the last two seasons due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

 2022 Formula 1 Race Calendar  
1Bahrain GP (Sakhir)March 2018001500
2Saudi Arabian GP (Jeddah)March 2720001700
3Austrialian GP (Melbourne)April 1015000500
4Emilia Romagna GP (Imola)April 2415001300
5Miami GP (Miami)May 815301930
6Spanish GP (Barcelona)May 2215001300
7Monaco GP (Monaco)May 2915001300
8Azerbaijan GP (Baku)June 1215001100
9Canadian GP (Montreal)June 1914001800
10British GP (Silverstone)July 315001300
11Austrian GP (Spielberg)July 1015001300
12French GP (Paul Ricard)July 2415001300
13Hungarian GP (Budapest)July 3115001300
14Belgian GP (Spa)August 2815001300
15Dutch GP (Zandvoort)September 415001300
16Italian GP (Monza)September 1115001300
17Russian GP (Sochi)September 2514001100
18Singapore GP (Marina Bay)October 220001200
19Japanese GP (Suzuka)October 914000500
20United States GP (Austin)October 2314001900
21Mexico City GP (Mexico City)October 3014001900
22Sao Paulo GP (Interlagos)November 1315001800
23Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)November 2017001300