A recent revised calendar for the 2017 Formula One World Championship has been revealed by German publication Auto Motor und Sport which sees the German Grand Prix disappear for another season.
Three races were under question for next year. The Canadian Grand Prix had been provisional until last week, when the Montreal mayor confirmed the race will go ahead, along with a question mark of the Brazil race which also remains for 2017. Hockenheim, who hosted the German Grand Prix in 2014 and 2016 after the Nurburgring went into administration, has struggled to make the race pay with Bernie Ecclestone trying to help keep the event for a second consecutive season.
It will mean that the race in Hungary will move to being a week later, therefore creating a three week gap between Silverstone and Budapest. Also, Malaysia and Singapore have been reversed back into the format we saw this season. Singapore as a standalone event, and Malaysia twinned with Japan.
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