THE TIME HAS COME FOR F1

THE TIME HAS COME FOR F1

  • Posted on: 30/03/2018
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The curtain opened traditionally from Melbourne, Australia on March 25th and will end in Abu Dhabi after eight months of action. The races will be 21 as always and France and Germany return to the calendar of F1 2018.

For the first time in the history of Formula, the schedule includes three consecutive weekend races. The teams and drivers are fighting without breath since June 22 when we will have the free trial of Paul Rikar in France by July 8 and the Silverstone Grand Prix in Great Britain.

NEXT RACE AT BAHRAIN INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT

FIRST GRAND PRIX

2004

NUMBER OF LAPS

57

CIRCUIT LENGTH

5.412KM

RACE DISTANCE

308.238KM

LAP RECORD

1:31.447 BY PEDRO DE LA ROSA (2005)

Race Track

RACE CALENDAR:

    • March 22-25: Australia - Melbourne

1st Race Position Sebastian Vettel (FERRARI) Time-1:29:33.283

Winner Vettel

  • April 6-8: Bahrain - Sakhir
  • April 13-15: China - Shanghai
  • April 27-29: Azerbaijan - Baku
  • May 11-13: Spain - Barcelona
  • May 24-27: Monaco - Monaco
  • June 8-10: Canada - Montreal
  • June 22-24: France - Le Castell
  • Jun 29-July 1: Austria - Spielberg
  • July 6-8: Great Britain - Silverstone
  • July 20-22: Germany - Hockenheim
  • July 27-29: Hungary - Budapest
  • August 24-26: Belgium - Spa
  • August 31-September 2: Italy - Monza
  • September 14-16: Singapore - Marina Bay
  • September 28-30: Russia - Sochi
  • October 5-7: Japan - Suzuki
  • October 19-21: US - Austin
  • October 26-28: Mexico - Mexico City
  • November 9-11: Brazil - Interlagos
  • November 23-25: Abu Dhabi - Yas Marina

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