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F1 Unveils 2025 Calendar With Surprising Changes

The Australian Grand Prix Will Open the Season for the First Time Since 2019

Another Year of Racing!

Formula 1 enthusiasts gear up for the 2025 season as the calendar has been released, promising a thrilling lineup of races and unexpected adjustments. Let’s delve into the excitement that lies ahead.


F1 Unveils 2025 Calendar With Surprising Changes
55 Sainz Carlos (spa), Scuderia Ferrari SF-24 | Eric Alonso / DPPI via AFP

Australian GP Kicks Off the Season

The most important F1 news is that the Australian Grand Prix will inaugurate the 2025 season, marking a departure from the usual Middle Eastern venues due to Ramadan. Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit will witness the first F1 race on March 14-16, setting the stage for an exhilarating championship battle.

The Australian opener will be followed by the Chinese Grand Prix on March 21-23, forming a dynamic start to the season with back-to-back races in the Asia-Pacific region. This unique sequence adds an intriguing element to the championship, captivating fans worldwide.

After a pit stop, the engines roar back to life for the Japanese Grand Prix on April 6th. Then, it’s a quick two-week break before the action heats up in the Middle East with races in Bahrain (April 13th) and Saudi Arabia (April 20th). The F1 circus then heads to the glitz and glamor of Miami (May 4th).


An Exciting Season Ahead

Beyond the rearranged F1 schedule, the 2025 season holds a significant milestone: Lewis Hamilton’s debut with Ferrari. The anticipation surrounding Hamilton’s switch to the iconic Italian team adds an extra layer of excitement. This will be especially heightened once the European leg of the season starts on May 18th at Imola, Italy. Then, Monaco (May 25th) and Spain (June 1st) will have everyone on the edge of their seats.

After a stop in Canada on June 15th, the competition intensified with back-to-back races in Austria (June 29th) and Great Britain (July 6th). Then, the European summer break gives everyone a chance to catch their breath before the second half of the season!

The last phase of the season remains almost the same as we know it, the Dutch Grand Prix revs things back up on August 31st, followed by races across the United States, Mexico, and Brazil. Then, the party heads to F1 Las Vegas, Qatar, and finally Abu Dhabi for the epic season finale on December 7th!

As Formula 1 celebrates its 75th anniversary, the 2025 season embodies the sport’s rich legacy and global appeal. With a diverse calendar spanning continents and cultures, fans can expect unparalleled racing action and unforgettable moments.

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