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Sneak preview: Bahrain kicks off 2010 F1 calendar

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Sneak preview: Bahrain kicks off 2010 F1 calendar
Aug 28, 2009, 6:31 PM

There is a draft 2010 calendar doing the rounds this weekend.

There is a draft 2010 calendar doing the rounds this weekend.

It's an 18 race calendar and it starts with Bahrain because Australia needs to be scheduled for a date after the clocks go forward to shorten up the time difference and make the race time in Europe later.

Turkey will be chilly in April, I'm ecstatic to see Montreal back as it is a great venue, a wonderful city and one of the best supported races of the year with a huge, knowledgeable crowd all three days.

Valencia moves to June, when it will be cooler (thank Heavens!), The British GP at Donington is on July 11th and China moves from a Spring to an Autumn date:

March 14 – Bahrain (Sakhir)

March 28 – Australia (Melbourne)

April 4 – Malaysia (Sepang)

April 25 – Turkey (Istanbul)

May 9 – Spain (Barcelona)

May 23 – Monaco (Monte Carlo)

June 6 – Canada (Montreal)

June 27 – Europe (Valencia)

July 11 – Great Britain (Donington)

July 25 – Germany (Hockenheim)

August 1 – Hungary (Budapest)

August 22 – Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)

September 5 – Italy (Monza)

September 19 – China (Shanghai)

September 26 – Singapore (Singapore)

October 10 – Japan (Suzuka)

October 24 – Brazil (Interlagos)

November 7 – Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

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