Formula One organisers have released the provisional 22 race calendar for next season as Vietnam prepares to join the calendar for the first time across the weekend of 3-5 April.
The 22 corner street circuit in Hanoi, Vietnam will form the first in a double header along with China the following weekend.
Max Verstappen will finally race in front of his home fans at Zandvoort on 3 May as the Dutch Grand Prix returns after a 34 year absence from the F1 calendar.
Lewis Hamilton will go for his seventh British Grand Prix victory on 19 July after the race was pushed back a week, to allow for wider coverage during a traditionally hectic month of British sport.
The season will begin on weekend of 13-15 March in Melbourne, Australia and climax in Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi on the weekend of 27-29 November and is set to be F1’s longest season yet.
|Great Britain||17-19 July|
|Hungary||31 July – 2nd August|
|Mexico||30 October – 1 November|
|Abu Dhabi||27-29 November|