Starting a 2018 place-holder thread because Liberty are calling this the final 2018 schedule. The 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship calendar is approved as follows: Date Race 1 25 March Melbourne Australia 2 8 April Sakhir Bahrain 3 15 April Shanghai China 4 29 April Baku Azerbaijan 5 13 May Barcelona Spain 6 27 May Monaco Monaco 7 10 June Montreal Canada 8 24 June Le Castellet France 9 1 July Spielberg Austria 10 8 July Silverstone Great Britain 11 22 July Hockenheim Germany 12 29 July Budapest Hungary 13 26 August Spa-Francorchamps Belgium 14 2 September Monza Italy 15 16 September Singapore Singapore 16 30 September Sochi Russia 17 7 October Suzuka Japan 18 21 October Austin USA 19 28 October Mexico City Mexico 20 11 November Sao Paulo Brazil 21 25 November Yas Marina Abu Dhabi (updated 7 Dec in what is probably the official, final form) -------------------------- Comments below lifted from grandprix247.com, full article here: http://www.grandprix247.com/2017/06/19/fia-release-21-race-2018-formula-1-calendar/ The FIA have released the 2018 Formula 1 World Championship calendar, with 21 rounds including the French Grand Prix and the German Grand Prix. The Chinese Grand Prix and the Singapore Grand Prix are provisional and subject to confirmation by the commercial rights owner. Should Shanghai happen, then it will be back-to-back with the race weekend in Bahrain. In June Le Castellet will host the first French Grand Prix since 2008, while the Azerbaijan Grand Prix moves to an April slot. The weekend in France will be back-to-back with the Austrian Grand Prix. Also making a return, after a one year absence, is the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim which will be a back-to-back race weekends with the Hungarian Grand Prix, before the 29 day summer break. The Belgian Grand Prix will kick off the second half of the season at Spa-Francorchamps, followed a week later by the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The Russian Grand Prix, which this year took place in late April, has been shifted to September and will be held a week before the Japanese Grand Prix. The United States Grand Prix and the Mexican Grand Prix will again be on back-to-back weekends, before the Brazilian Grand Prix two weeks after Mexico and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, on 25 November, once again the season finale. The Indianapolis 500 and Monaco Grand Prix weekends clash once again.