The calendar for the 2016 Formula One World Championship has been confirmed, and as expected there are 21 races including a new event in Azerbaijan.
The Azerbaijani race will mark the return of the European Grand Prix; it will be run on the planned Baku City Circuit, a street circuit in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku.
The 2016 F1 calendar also sees the return of the German Grand Prix, a race absent this year, with Hockenheimring confirmed as the venue.
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It should be noted that the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, remains on the calendar but is still subject to a final agreement with organizers.
Below is the calendar for the 2016 Formula One World Championship:
March 20 - Australia April 3 - Bahrain April 17 - China May 1 - Russia May 15 - Spain May 29 - Monaco June 12 - Canada June19 - Azerbaijan July 3 - Austria July 10 - United Kingdom July 24 - Hungary July 31 - Germany August 28 - Belgium September 4 - Italy September 18 - Singapore October 2 - Malaysia October 9 - Japan October 23 - United States October 30 - Mexico November 13 - Brazil November 27 - Abu Dhabi