F1 2022 Race Calendar

F1 2022 Race Calendar

The F1 2022 Race Calendar consists of a record-breaking 23 races! This may be great for fans, but it will be a huge struggle for teams. Mechanics would have to travel even more and work even harder. If the teams can’t handle so many races, then F1 will have to shorten the race calendar. But at least they’ve got health and safety covered. Despite COVID-19 still raging across the world, Formula 1 can still continue safely. Formula 1 clearly proved that racing can be safe when they completed a 22-race 2021 Formula 1 Season. The 2022 F1 Season begins at the Bahrain Grand Prix, as Bahrain hosts the season opener for the 2nd year in a row. Bahrain is also hosting the Official Pre-season Testing this year, just 8 days before the Grand Prix itself.

NOTE: Currently, the race calendar is back down to 22 races because F1 cancelled the Russian GP. If there is a replacement, then the calendar will be 23 races. But as of now, it’s a 22-race calendar.

A week after the Bahrain GP is the Saudi Arabian GP, with the terms returning to the Jeddah Street Circuit. The debut Saudi Arabian GP proved to be a crazy one! Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan are back on the calendar. Hopefully, we can see F1 back on those iconic circuits. Imola is on the race calendar for the 3rd year in a row after a chaotic and exciting race in 2021. And of course, the debutant. The Miami GP. For the first time since 1959, F1 will race in Miami. The Miami International Autodrome is a temporary circuit built around the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. The plans for the circuit are ambitious, with the circuit developers planning to put a beach club in the area on the inside of one of the corners. These facilities will surely attract many fans.

While the start of the season has races like Imola, Miami, and Saudi Arabia, the rest of the calendar is pretty traditional. The European part of the calendar is largely the same. And to end off the F1 2022 race calendar are the races like the US GP, Mexico, Brazil, and Abu Dhabi end the season. The 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is surely going to have all eyes on the race. Last year was a crazy season of F1, but with the new era coming in, this season of Formula 1 is going to be next level!