The Formula One schedule has surpassed 20 races.
The World Motor Sport Council met in Doha, Qatar today. One of the newsworthy announcements was the reinstatement of Korea International Circuit to the F1 calendar. The South Korean race fell off the schedule this year.
The race will follow Bahrain and take place the week prior to the Spanish GP, slotting in at May 3rd. It is set to be the fifth round of the 2015 season. A 21-race season is a new record for F1. The complete schedule is as follows...
|March 15th||Grand Prix of Australia|
|March 29th||Grand Prix of Malaysia|
|April 12th||Grand Prix of China|
|April 19th||Grand Prix of Bahrain|
|May 3rd||Grand Prix of Korea (TBC)|
|May 10th||Grand Prix of Spain|
|May 24th||Grand Prix of Monaco|
|June 7th||Grand Prix of Canada|
|June 21st||Grand Prix of Austria|
|July 5th||Grand Prix of Great Britain|
|July 19th||Grand Prix of Germany|
|July 26th||Grand Prix of Hungary|
|August 23rd||Grand Prix of Belgium|
|September 6th||Grand Prix of Italy|
|September 20th||Grand Prix of Singapore|
|September 27th||Grand Prix of Japan|
|October 11th||Grand Prix of Russia|
|October 25th||Grand Prix of USA|
|November 1st||Grand Prix of Mexico|
|November 15th||Grand Prix of Brazil|
|November 29th||Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi|