Motorsport.com has released the calendar which has been distributed amongst the teams, before being handed to the World Motor Sport Council at the end of the month.
It is remarkably similar to the 2016 season, which no additions and none of the races dropping out yet. That could change however, with a number of races on shaky ground – including that in Canada where their contact stipulated that they would have to improve their facilities, and the United States which has seen changes in their funding.
Once again this could all change pending the sale of the sport, expected to US investors which could give a lifeline to the North American races.
As the calendar is similar to 2016 the same challenges apply – including that of a clash with Le Mans on the 18th June, along with Formula E and WEC clashes throughout the year.
|March 26 2017||Australian Grand Prix|
|April 2 2017||Chinese Grand Prix|
|April 16 2017||Bahrain Grand Prix|
|April 30 2017||Russian Grand Prix|
|May 14 2017||Spanish Grand Prix|
|May 28 2017||Monaco Grand Prix|
|June 11 2017||Canadian Grand Prix|
|June 18 2017||European Baku Grand Prix|
|July 2 2017||Austrian Grand Prix|
|July 9 2017||British Grand Prix|
|July 23 2017||Hungarian Grand Prix|
|July 30 2017||German Grand Prix|
|August 27 2017||Belgian Grand Prix|
|September 3 2017||Italian Grand Prix|
|September 17 2017||Singapore Grand Prix|
|October 1 2017||Malaysian Grand Prix|
|October 8 2017||Japanese Grand Prix|
|October 22 2017||United States Grand Prix|
|October 29 2017||Mexican Grand Prix|
|November 12 2017||Brazilian Grand Prix|
|November 27 2017||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix|