for Indian F1 fans! For those who have been hoping with their fingers crossed
for the Indian Grand Prix to return in 2015, well, you’ll have to keep them
crossed a little while longer as the calendar for the 2015 Formula 1 season is
out, and India is not on it.
The FIA has
confirmed the year will feature 20 races in 2015, but India is nowhere to be
seen on the calendar. The season will start at Albert Park in Melbourne,
Australia on the March 15, 2015 and the calendar is exactly the same as it is
for 2014 with the addition of Mexico on November 1 before the Brazilian leg of
the season. Mexico returns to the F1 calendar after a gap of 22 years and will
be held at the same circuit where the last Grand Prix was held back in 1992 at Mexico
City’s Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.
will conclude on the November 29, 2015 at
The 2015 calendar details are as follows:
Australia (15th March)
Malaysia (29th March)
Bahrain (5th April)
China (19th April)
Spain (10th May)
Monaco (24th May)
Canada (7th June)
Austria (21st June)
Britain (5th July)
Germany (19th July)
Hungary (26th July)
Belgium (23rd August)
Italy (6th September)
Singapore (20th September)
Japan (27th September)
Russia (11th October)
USA (25th October)
Mexico (1st November)
Brazil (15th November)
File picture of an F1 race at India’s Buddh
International Circuit. Photography Mohd. Nasir
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