Races

The 2019 Formula One World Championship consists of 21 races. Eleven races are held in Europe, five in Asia, four in the Americas and one in Australia. The first race of the season was held on March 17 in Australia and the season will close on December 1 in Abu Dhabi. On April 14, in China, Formula 1 held its 1000th Grand Prix since its inception in 1950.

Click on the Grad Prix name and find all related information, race previews and results.

The 2019 Calendar

Nr.Grand PrixCircuitDates
1Australian Grand PrixMelbourne Grand Prix CircuitMar. 15 – 17
2Bahrain Grand PrixBahrain International CircuitMar. 29 – 31
3Chinese Grand PrixShanghai International CircuitApr. 12 – 14
4Azerbaijani Grand PrixBaku City CircuitApr. 26 – 28
5Spanish Grand PrixCircuit de CatalunyaMay 10 – 12
6Monaco Grand PrixMonacoMay 23 – 26
7Canadian Grand PrixCircuit Gilles VilleneuveJune 7 – 9
8French Grand PrixPaul RicardJune 21 – 23
9Austrian Grand PrixRed Bull RingJune 28 – 30
10British Grand PrixSilverstoneJuly 12 – 14
11German Grand PrixHockenheimringJuly 26 – 28
12Hungarian Grand PrixHungaroringAug. 2 – 4
13Belgian Grand PrixSpa-FrancorchampsAug. 30 – Sept. 1
14Italian Grand PrixMonzaSept. 6 – 8
15Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeSept. 20 – 22
16Russian Grand PrixSochi AutodromSept. 27 – 29
17Japanese Grand PrixSuzukaOct. 11 – 13
18Mexican Grand PrixAutodromo Hermanos RodriguezOct. 25 – 27
19United States Grand PrixCircuit of the AmericasNov. 1 – 3
20Brazilian Grand PrixInterlagosNov. 15 – 17
21Abu Dhabi Grand PrixYas MarinaNov. 29 – Dec. 1

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