FIA and Formula 1 Unveil 2025 F1 Calendar

The FIA and Formula 1 have unveiled the schedule for the 2025 FIA Formula One World Championship, promising a thrilling 24-race season as the championship celebrates its 75th anniversary.


By Ben Bush
Published on April 12, 2024

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2025 F1 Season kicks off with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne

The season will start with the Australian Grand Prix between March 14 and 16 and conclude with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix between December 5 and 7, ensuring that the championship spans five continents once again.

Due to Ramadan throughout March in 2025, the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grands Prix are scheduled for April.

The customary August summer break is set to continue, with a three-weekend hiatus separating the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring before the break and the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort afterwards.

Efforts to optimise the geographical order of races that was started in 2024 are being maintained for 2025. The sequence starts with Japan in April after Australia and China, before moving through Europe over the summer, movibg to the Americas in the fall, and concluding with Qatar and Abu Dhabi hosting back-to-back races to end the season.

Complete 2025 F1 Calendar

RoundGrand PrixCircuitRace dateRace report
1Australian Grand PrixAlbert Park Circuit14-16 MarTBC
2Chinese Grand PrixShanghai International Circuit21-23 MarTBC
3Japanese Grand PrixSuzuka International Racing Course4-6 AprTBC
4Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain International Circuit11-13 AprilTBC
5Saudi Arabian Grand PrixJeddah Corniche Circuit18-20 AprilTBC
6Miami Grand PrixMiami International Autodrome2-4 MayTBC
7Emilia Romagna Grand PrixAutodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari16-18 MayTBC
8Monaco Grand PrixCircuit de Monaco23-25 MayTBC
9Spanish Grand PrixCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya30 May – 1 JunTBC
10Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles-Villeneuve13-15 JunTBC
11Austrian Grand PrixRed Bull Ring27-29 JunTBC
12British Grand PrixSilverstone Circuit4-6 JulTBC
13Belgian Grand PrixCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps25-27 JulTBC
14Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroring1-3 AugTBC
15Dutch Grand PrixCircuit Zandvoort29-31 AugTBC
16Italian Grand PrixAutodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari5-7 SepTBC
17Azerbaijan Grand PrixBaku City Circuit19-21 SepTBC
18Singapore Grand PrixMarina Bay Street Circuit3-5 OctTBC
19United States Grand PrixCircuit of The Americas17-19 OctTBC
20Mexico City Grand PrixAutódromo Hermanos Rodríguez24-26 OctTBC
21São Paulo Grand PrixAutodromo José Carlos Pace7-9 NovTBC
22Las Vegas Grand PrixLas Vegas Strip Circuit20-22 NovTBC
23Qatar Grand PrixLusail International Circuit28-30 NovTBC
24Abu Dhabi Grand PrixYas Marina Circuit5-7 DecTBC

Formula 1 CEO and President Stefano Domenicali commented on the announcement, stating: “2025 will be a special year as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the FIA Formula One World Championship, and it’s that legacy and experience that allows us to deliver such a strong calendar.

“Once again, we’ll visit 24 incredible venues around the world, delivering top class racing, hospitality, and entertainment, which will be enjoyed by millions of fans worldwide.

“We’re grateful to the FIA, our promoters, host city partners, and all the related ASNs for their commitment and support in delivering this schedule and securing what promises to be another fantastic year for Formula 1.

“I would also like to pay tribute to our F1 teams and drivers, the heroes of our sport, and our fans around the world for continuing to follow Formula 1 with such incredible enthusiasm.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem further remarked: “The 2025 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar, approved by the World Motor Sport Council, is a further illustration of our collective mission of meeting sustainability objectives through the regionalisation of events.

“While our focus is on the overall stability of Formula 1, we also have a shared duty to the environment and to the health and well-being of travelling staff.

“Formula One Management, under the direction of Stefano Domenicali, have produced a calendar which strikes a good blend of traditional circuits and modern venues.

“We thank the host ASNs, the local organisers and the many thousands of FIA volunteers for their tireless efforts in making Formula 1 a truly global, mass audience spectacle as we prepare to celebrate the sport’s 75th year.”

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