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FIA Releases Final 2010 F1 Race Schedule

by F1Fan on December 11, 2009

At the World Motor Sport Council meeting in Monaco today the Formula One Race schedule for the 2010 season was finally made official.

Most of the earlier published tentative locations and dates had already been resolved with Canada being officially confirmed last month, and Silverstone announcing the signing of a 17 year deal to host the British Grand Prix earlier this month.

The only real change in the schedule has been the reversal of the Grand Prix in Brazil and Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi will now be the last race of the season with Interlagos hosting the penultimate race.

COUNTRYRACE CIRCUITDATES
BAHRAINSakhirMar 12 - 14, 2010
AUSTRALIAMelbourneMar 26 - 28, 2010
MALAYSIAKuala Lumpur (Sepang)Apr 02 - 04, 2010
CHINAShanghaiApr 16 - 18, 2010
SPAINBarcelonaMay 07 - 09, 2010
MONACOMonacoMay 14 - 16, 2010
TURKEYIstanbulMay 28 - 30, 2010
CANADA MontrealJun 11 - 13, 2010
EUROPEValenciaJun 25 - 27, 2010
GREAT BRITAIN SilverstoneJul 09 - 11, 2010
GERMANYHockenhiemJul 23 - 25, 2010
HUNGARYBudapestJul 30 - Aug 01, 2010
BELGIUMSpa-FrancorchampsAug 27 - 29, 2010
ITALYMonzaSep 10 - 12, 2010
SINGAPORESingaporeSep 24 - 26, 2010
JAPANSuzukaOct 08 - 10, 2010
KOREA *South Korea (Yeongam)Oct 22 - 24, 2010
BRAZILSao Paulo (Interlagos)Nov 05 - 07, 2010
ABU DHABIYas Marina CircuitNov 12 - 14, 2010
Last Updated: 12/11/2009
* Subject to Circuit Homologation
Note: The Races in Australia and Abu Dhabi start at 1700 local time, Malaysia 1600 local time, Canada 1200 local time, Singapore 2000 local time and Japan 1500 local time.

I just hope that Abu Dhabi modifies the circuit before the next Grand Prix so that more overtaking is possible, this years race, in my mind was a real snore, and in no way came anywhere close to delivering racing as exciting as the Interlagos circuit in Brazil.

The only location on the schedule that still has a question mark over it is the new Circuit being built in Korea which still requires homologation before any F1 race can be held there.

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