2015 Formula One schedule confirmed

The complete 2015 calendar can be seen below.

The 2015 Formula One season will consist of twenty Grand Prixs, which equals the record for the most in F1 history. The Mexican Grand Prix is the only new edition, which returns to the series after a 23 year hiatus. The only change from the preliminary schedule that leaked in Monza is that the Austin and Mexico races have swapped dates.

Melbourne will continue to serve as the opening GP and Abu Dhabi returns as the season finale.

15 March - Grand Prix of Australia

29 March - Grand Prix of Malaysia

5 April - Grand Prix of Bahrain

19 April - Grand Prix of China

10 May - Grand Prix of Spain

24 May - Grand Prix of Monaco

7 June - Grand Prix of Canada

21 June - Grand Prix of Austria

5 July - Grand Prix of Great Britain

19 July - Grand Prix of Germany

26 July - Grand Prix of Hungary

23 August - Grand Prix of Belgium

6 September - Grand Prix of Italy

20 September - Grand Prix of Singapore

27 September - Grand Prix of Japan   

11 October - Grand Prix of Russia

25 October - Grand Prix of USA

1 November - Grand Prix of Mexico

15 November - Grand Prix of Brazil

29 November - Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi

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